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New York City rapper releases video that brings the truth about Hip-Hop into schools
and, talks to 6th and 7th graders about the lies of popular rappers, their lyrics,
and the negative influence of the music they listen to.

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Friday 25 January 2008

Volume 2, Number 21

Table of content


For Our Children … 01

This Week … 05

Employment and Training Opportunities … 08

Health Matters … 09

Grants and Scholarships … 11

SpotLight … 14

Arts for Awareness … 14

Coming Up …15

Computers and Technology … 15

A Hand Up … 15

On The Airways … 15


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If you would like to report on a recent community event, feel free to send us a brief account of what happened, we will share it with our readers.

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No man will make a great leader who wants to do it all himself, or to get the credit for doing it… Andrew Carnegie












































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Volunteers needed to help organize the first INTER-FAITH COMMUNITY
SURVIVAL SUMMIT to be held in the city of Philadelphia. For information or to volunteer or register as a representative for your place of worship, call 215.387.2734 or email:





























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A noted psychiatrist was a guest at a gathering of humor editors, and the host naturally broached the subject in which the doctor was most at ease. “Would you mind telling me, Doctor,” he asked, “how you detect a mental deficiency in someone who appears completely normal?

“Nothing is easier,” he replied, “you ask a simple question which everyone should answer with no trouble. If there is hesitation, that puts you on the track.”

“What sort of question?”

“Well, you might ask, ‘Captain Cook made three trips around the world and died during one of them. Which one?’”

The editor thought for a moment, and then said with a nervous laugh, “You wouldn’t happen to have another example would you? I must confess I don’t know much about history”











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While serving as governor of New Jersey, future president Woodrow Wilson was awakened from a soud sleep in the wee hours of the morning by a man announcing, “Governor, your Commissioner of Highways has just died, and I would like to take his place.” “If it’s alright with the undertaker, it’s alright with me.” The governor replied.



































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We will be spotlighting members and organizations weekly, if you wish to have your organization spotlighted, forward to us information on your primary mission, your current projects and/or how you would want other members of The Coalition to be involved. Many of us are already being a support to one another, but there is plenty of room for improvement.



























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The more laws and order are made prominent, the more thieves and robbers there will be…Lao Tzu





















































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Word of The Week: enunciate \ee-NUN-see-ayt; ih-\, To utter articulately; to pronounce.
















We don't receive wisdom; we must discover it for ourselves after a journey that no one can take for us or spare us... Marcel Proust




























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Greetings Coalition Family!

The first session of The Coalition board has been formed, members have been selected and officers are in place to take us forward. Members are elected to one-year terms beginning in January or June. We will be accepting nominations for additional board members to be considered in our June 2008 elections, so if you missed this election you are eligible for the second session.

Thanks to all who contributed. Look for a list of board members in the next issue of News From The Coalition.


Join A HAND UP! To make donations or donation requests.


Gary R. Adams,

Community Liaison for The Coalition


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Resources for Children’s Health’s SAFE program has openings for new clients. In our SAFE program, we provide parents of children aged birth through 5 years with the information, resources and support they need to raise healthy and happy children. A peer and professional staff conduct services. Spanish-speaking case managers are available.

Services include:


·        In-home visits

·        Help in obtaining medical, pediatric and well-baby care;

·        Accompaniment to medical appointments and other appointments;

·        Connecting participants to supportive community resources to


·        meet identified needs;

·        Health and nutrition information, resources and written handouts;

·        Incentives- baby items, parent-child activity books, home safety items, and others;

·        Assisting participants in securing health insurance or other benefits;

·        Supporting participants in engaging in healthy lifestyle practices, such as smoking cessation, exercise and good adult and child nutrition;

·        “Hands-on” support, such as grocery shopping to show participants how to purchase good quality nutritional food at reasonable prices; and

·        Positive parenting and health education workshops, which are open to everyone in the community.


For more information, to sign up, or to make a referral to the SAFE Program, please contact Brenda Rochester, SAFE Supervisor, at 215.985.6252. The Coalition welcomes new member Resources for Children’s Health



Kids With a Mission!

The 1st African American Kids Entrepreneur Radio Show Premieres on

Junior Entrepreneurs On The Move Radio show premiered on Saturday November 17, 2007 at 6pm. You can find JEOTM at JEOTM Radio is the brainchild of
2 young men Jerry who is 12 years old and his brother RJ AKA Spidey
Boy who is 8 years old. JEOTM was created to encourage and foster the
entrepreneurial spirit in young people. Each show will will feature
guests that introduce youth early on to business concepts and
entrepreneurship. By empowering youth JEOTM Radio seeks to instill
key skills that will enable financial independence.



RESOURCE Program (PEER)presents


Free parenting classes

Attend the FREE non-judgmental ten week program and receive a


$100.00 food gift card


Earn $100.00 towards a utility bill of your choice


Classes are held weekly at

Tustin Recreation Center

5901 Columbia Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19151

Mondays 6:00pm – 8:00pm


Other sites available

Enrollment is ongoing


A project of the Lutheran Children and Family Service


Sonya Harris-Saunders, Program Coordinator 215.339.8002 ext 19

Wendy Brown, Administrative Assistant 215.424.3741 ext 248



"STOP THE MADNESS , STOP THE VIOLENCE"  is looking for tutors for their tutoring program at East Spencer Miller Elementary School at 43rd and Westminster.  Tutoring takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 5pm to 7pm, and is for students 8-12 years of age. If you or anyone you know can help during either of these two timeframes, please contact Malik (aka Norm) Johnson, at 215-410-2859. 


Please share this information, you never know who has a couple of hours a week to help our kids. C&C Athletic Association also has a tutoring and mentoring program at Eastwick Recreation Center at 80th and Mars Sts. for students, age 10-17. This program runs from November to April. Contact Calvin Johnson (215-738-5181) if you can help or know someone who needs to be tutored.  



"Speaking Truth to Action" Spoken Word' movement mentors at-risk males. 


Brother to Brother, Boys to Men Youth Mentoring Club  ...because we are our brother's keepers.

   As Philadelphia's homicide rate continues to climb, a local businessman, entrepreneur and 'spoken word' poets are coming together


to 'speak truth to action' with a mentoring program that they feel will change lives; save lives of young African American males in the city.  


WHAT: a "Mentoring" Club, for males only between the ages of 13 and 18 and adult males, providing nurture, guidance and role-models for at-risk youth. The club provides awareness, self-love activities and a positive environment to build healthy relationships.
WHEN: Wednesday evenings 5:00-7:30 PM (Ongoing [since 07-25] weekly)
Where: Dowling's Palace  1310 N. Broad Street Phila.,  PA 19121 (Next to Blue Horizon) N. Broad Street at Thompson  215-236-9888

WHY: (Shyster): "Because it's long overdue!" Promoters of this mentoring club say that it is NOT a "Lecture" format, not a "scared straight" program; instead, spoken-word artists with a burden for the community are coming together to offer young African American males a positive environment to interact with each other and community role-models. This is an attempt to curb violence and a practical way to put an end to the senseless violence and bloodshed that tarnishes Philadelphia's image. "We need 'real-men' Mentors, who have big hearts and a little

time to spend with a young man who needs it--badly!" said Sam Gamon. "Because, after all 'we are our brothers' keepers".       

                                "Shyster"-Ray Williams, 215-729-2025
              "Sam I Am" Gaymon 267-970-2390
                                 Stacy Dowling 267-767-6300


1. You will have a nationwide connection with primarily African
American parents and other parents who have children of color.
2. You will receive EXCLUSIVE discounts and special offers with over
40 selected businesses that have created or represent companies with
items that will encourage children of color to feel proud and
positive about their heritage. Most of these companies are owned and
operated by African Americans which is something to be proud of in
3. You will receive a monthly email with not only EXCLUSIVE discounts
and offers, but the opportunity to win GREAT prizes from our Black
Parent Connect Shops. Each monthly prize will be valued at $50 or


4. You will also receive special tips, news and other parenting
information when visiting our website. (This is open to non-members
as well)
5. FREE and Easy to join! Just simply join by clicking on our JOIN
NOW page on our navigator tab at

Joan Gosier, President
HBCU kidz, Inc.
954-302-4540 x701


“An Education that is superior, exciting, challenging and custom-designed to fit each student’s needs and interests.” 

ACCEL is a community program that offers services that strengthen youth, families and communities.  At ACCEL we believe that children are the most important part of school. ACCEL is a place where children really matter and every individual’s ability is recognized and rewarded. ACCEL’s programs build leadership, strength, skills, honor,and creates a self-esteem environment that embraces the five

components of: Security, Identity, Belonging, Purpose and Competence. 

ACCEL is in the heart of the community and is building strong ties with local businesses and community leaders.  All children have an entitlement to an education which meets their needs and will help them go through new gateways as their future unfolds. 

ACCEL uses exceptional accredited curriculum that is Interactive, engaging and technology driven.  The curriculum includes everything a student needs to successfully complete his/her course. 

To learn more log on to

This Week…


16th Annual African American Children's Book Fair (Feb 2)

Community College of Philadelphia sponsors book fair for black children

The 16th Annual African American Children's Book Fair will be held on Saturday, February 2nd at Community College of Philadelphia, 1-3pm, in the gymnasium. The free event is sponsored by The African American Children's Book Project.

Volunteers are needed to give out information at the book fair, coordinating guest authors and illustrators and assisting in the reading circle.

The event is one of the largest dedicated to literacy for African American children, preschool to young adult, in the country.

To volunteer to help, contact Terry Baxter of Greater Philadelphia Cares at 215-564-4544 or by emailing








Project RISE (Reaching and Impacting Small Entrepreneurs)

is targeting existing business owners as well as individuals who want to

start a business in the West Philadelphia area.

The program includes an outreach to youth-at-risk, ex-offenders, and

welfare recipients and is co-sponsored by the SBA.

It is an on-going project that ends in September of 2008.

For more information call

Project RISE at 215-476-8091, ext. 113.




If you’ve ever looked at a job listing and thought, "I’d be perfect for this job, if only...," you understand the discouragement a lot of

job seekers in Philadelphia feel. Understanding these barriers, the employment volunteers at have launched a free tool that helps jobseekers look for jobs and

apply online, Positions range from Banquet Server to Call Center Manager.

When it comes to meeting the qualifications for a job, is there any flexibility? That depends on the employer, but in most cases, the answer is yes. Certainly, it helps to understand how your own experience and needs match up to what the employer wants and is willing to offer, which isn’t always an easy task, thanks to the obscure language typical of many job listings.


Google needs business reps - nationwide
Now you can Make Money Through the Google Business Referral Program and Help Google Locate Businesses in Your Neighborhood
"As a Google Business Referral Representative, you'll visit local
businesses to collect information (such as hours of operation, types
of payment accepted, etc.) for Google Maps, and tell them about Google
Maps and Google AdWords. You'll also take a few digital photos of the
business that will appear on the Google Maps listing along with the
business information. After the visit, you submit the business' info
and photo(s) to Google through your Local Business Referrals Center,

and we'll pay you up to $10 for each listing that is approved by
Google and verified by the business," according to the Google website.
Read more about this program here:




Coming Soon! Noted Herbalist Ann Pringle will be sharing natural health information in this section. Ann Pringle has been a vegetarian for more than 23 years. She initially studied nutrition and vegetarianism on her own, and later attended Temple University where she took

classes under a vegetarian nutritionist and herbologist.

Ms. Pringle also lectures on health, herbs and has operated her own herbal company for nearly ten tears.








South Philadelphia Neighborhood Athletic League

Healthy Mind - Healthy Body

“Weigh To Go” Fitness Challenge

For a $10.00 registration fee participants receice

·        Exercise Workshops

·        Nutritional recipes

·        Cooking Classes

·        Access To A Local Gym

and cash incentives for “The Biggest Loser”

To register contact Kimyetta Lewis 267.250.4846



Resources for Children's Health's SAFE program has openings and is looking for referrals!  SAFE provides home visiting and case management, parenting support, and family health and wellness education for parents of young children, ages birth to five, in South Philadelphia. All services are free. Spanish-speaking staff is also available.
To make a referral or for more information, please call Brenda Rochester,
215-985-6252 or email

The UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation is committed to enhancing the quality of life for children who have health care needs not covered by their commercial health insurance. The Foundation provides financial assistance toward the family's share of the cost of medical services. Learn more about us and how to apply.



The Philadelphia Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity is once again seeking applicants for its annual Hiliary H. Holloway, Esquire Scholarship Award program. The chapter's scholarship program, named after the late Hiliary H. Holloway, Esquire, a past Grand Polemarch and Laurel Wreath recipient of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, as well as a

longtime member of the Philadelphia Alumni Chapter, is designed to aid promising minority male students in the public high schools of Philadelphia who are planning to matriculate in college following their graduation from high school.  Applications and further info can be obtained from the student's Principal or guidance counselor.

All applications must be postmarked by March 15, 2008 to be considered. The amount of the scholarship award is $2,000. A total of four $2,000 scholarships will be awarded in 2008. The fraternity uses the scholarship grants to enhance the opportunities for minority males to acquire a college education. The organization seeks to reach and assist those young men who have demonstrated academic promise, but have not necessarily accumulated the highest averages.  Additionally, the need for financial assistance is fundamental. Students who meet these criteria should contact their Principal or guidance counselor about this scholarship opportunity immediately. An application can also be downloaded from the Philadelphia Alumni Chapter's web site:



Support for Social Justice Projects in North America

Peace Development Fund: Community Organizing Grants
The Peace Development Fund provides grants to organizations working to achieve peaceful, just, and interdependent relationships among people and nations. The Fund's Community Organizing Grants support grassroots groups that are organizing community members for social justice in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, and Haiti. Examples of issues that will be considered include criminal justice, environmental justice, economic justice, anti-oppression work, youth organizing, immigrant organizing, and workplace organizing. The application deadline is February 15, 2008. Visit the website for application guidelines and forms.


Merchants Fund Grants for Small Businesses (Feb 15)

The Merchants Fund issued the first round grants this fall to small businesses in Philadelphia.

The next grant deadline is Friday, February 15, 2008 (postmarked). The applications have been modified since the last grant cycle and the web site has detailed information about the attributes of successful grants.

The first grant cycle was competitive. TMF funded approximately half of the applications submitted. It is anticipated that the next cycle will be equally competitive. Most, but not all, of the grants made were the result of strong partnerships with community organizations such as community development corporations, merchant associations and other non-profit agencies. The sponsors act both as advocates as well as hands-on agents for helping merchants achieve their goals and oversee grant requirements. The members of the Program Committee responded to the power of enabling community development goals through individual merchants.

Thanks to everyone who worked with TMF this fall.

For more information, contact:
Patricia Blakely
The Merchants Fund
1616 Walnut Street, Ste 802
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215-399-1339 office


Scholarship For Service (SFS) is a unique program designed to increase and strengthen the cadre of federal information assurance professionals that protect the government's critical information infrastructure. This program provides scholarships that fully fund the typical costs that students pay for books, tuition, and room and board while attending an approved institution of higher learning.
Additionally, participants receive stipends of up to $8,000 for undergraduate and $12,000 for graduate students. The scholarships are funded through grants awarded by the National Science Foundation NSF.

For more information, click here: https://www. default.asp


Adult Literacy Grants
The Dollar General Adult Literacy Grants award funding to non-profit
organizations that provide direct service to adults in need of
literacy assistance. Organizations must provide assistance in one of
the following instructional areas:
·    Adult basic education;
·    General education diploma preparation; or
·    English for speakers of other languages.
To locate a program in your area:



Family Literacy Grants
The Dollar General Family Literacy Grants will award grants to family
literacy service providers. Please note that the Dollar General
Literacy Foundation uses the federal government's definition of family
literacy when reviewing grant applications. Family literacy programs
applying for funding must have the following four components:
·       Adult education instruction;
o       Adult basic education
o       GED preparation
o       English for speakers of other languages
·       Children's education;
·       Parent and child together time (PACT); and,
Parenting classes that teach parents to be the primary teacher for their child.


This feature will return February  1st 2008





On February 7, 2008 Touchdown Productions and Entertainment is setting
out to make a positive contribution to our community by organizing
"Our Voices Can Be Heard" poetry slam at the Queens Museum of Art.
On this date we will be "bridging the gap" between the incarcerated
population and the communities these individuals will be returning to.
We invite and encourage you to support and participate in this event
because it is the first event of its kind where poetry will be used as a
vehicle for individuals to express their remorse for past actions and
where we, the community will embrace their sincerity and help prepare
them for re-entry to society.

This black tie event will be hosted by Power 105.1 radio personality
Curt Flirt as well as Columbia recording artist Saigon. It is being
sponsored by Power 105, as well as ASIS magazine among other supporters.
Touchdown Productions is committed reforming our community, which is
exemplified through our previous work such as classic documentaries
"Life On Parole: Our Story", "From Bedstuy to Dafur" and
independent impact movie, " The Revolving Door". This is another
ground breaking event geared towards that movement. Bridging the gap is
essential if we are serious about employing hope to our future, so join
this movement and make this an evening to remember!

You can contact Tone Lo of Touchdown Production & Ent. At (718)314-8656
or 917-338-4758 or email for more info




“A Milestone Event in HipHop/Soul/ and Spoken Word


·        Ms. Wise

·        True Dialect

·        Chen Lo

·        Shyster

·        Rebel God Power

Friday, February  8th

8pm – 11pm

The Underground (Temple University)

$3.00 w/college I.D.

For more information: or 215.687.3754


First Person Arts launches First Person Salons at the Gershman Y

It was standing-room-only for every single one of First Person Arts’ notorious Story Slams in 2007, and now First Person Arts is bringing that same energy and enthusiasm to a new series of memoir and documentary-arts events: First Person Salons at the Gershman Y.  On the second Wednesday of each month, starting February 13th, First Person Arts will showcase new work and works-in-progress presented by the artists themselves to an audience eager to get an inside look at the creative process.  Writers, photographers, documentary film-makers, painters and sculptors will put both their work and their methods on display, demonstrating how they turn real-life drama into compelling works of art.  
First Person Arts is accepting applications from artists on a rolling basis at  You can find a Salon overview and application at <> .  Join us for the first Salon: February 13th, 7:00 pm at the Gershman Y (Broad and Pine)  Admission: $5-10.




An Afternoon of Poetry


Every second Saturday of the month from 1 – 3 PM


Serenity Inspirational Gifts & Coffee

140 So. Easton Rd.

Glenside, PA



JUS WORDS at Dowling’s Palace

1310 No. Broad St. Phila

Every Thurs. 9pm to 1am

·        Poets

·        Rappers

·        Singers

·        Spoken Word Artists

$5.00 cover




Portraits of Courage Performance (Feb 8)

Portraits of Courage
February 8th 6-8pm
Houston Hall, Class of '49 Auditorium, 3417 Spruce Street
ACCESS: Free and open to the general public

This lecture and performance is an examination of overlooked African Americans and their contributions to American History. This 65 minute two person show highlights 7 of our unsung heroes (Ida B. Wells, Lewis Latimer, Colonel Young, CJ Walker, Bass Reeves & Fannie Lou Hamer). *** Meet the cast and enjoy light fare after the performance***

Co-Sponsored by: Goldman, Sachs, & Co., Platt Student Performing Arts House
Contact: Makuu at 215 573-0823 or



Black Family Technology Week
                    Celebrating A Decade of Discovery                      


                                       Baltimore, Md. -- The National Black Family Technology Awareness Campaign, will celebrate the tenth annual Black Family Technology Awareness Week (BFTAW), February 10th - 16th, 2008.
BFTAW is a national public awareness campaign designed to encourage more African Americans to incorporate technology into their daily lives. Partners and corporate supporters for this year's campaign include the IBM Corporation, EMC, the US Navy, the Lockheed Martin Corporation, the National Black Data Processing Associates and NACME (National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering).

This year's Awareness Week will culminate with the Black Family Technology Empowerment Weekend, to be held at the Baltimore Convention Center as part of the Black Engineer of the Year Awards Conference, February 16, 2008, in Baltimore, Md.  The event will be hosted by NPR personality Mario Armstrong.

Tyrone D. Taborn, US Black Engineer and Information Technology magazine publisher and CEO, says, "The Black Family Technology Awareness Campaign was never about simple Internet access and mere computer ownership but rather about African Americans becoming true beneficiaries of the many assets of technology and all it has to offer."

For more information about the 2008 Black Family Technology Awareness Campaign including information on how your community can apply for a BFTAW activity grant, log onto, or contact CCG's Director Technology Awareness Programs, Nuria Alvarez,








Free Computers For Schools
(800) 939-6000
Willie Cade, CEO
Computers for Schools
773-583-7575 Office
773-583-7585 Fax





Our new group A HAND UP! Is now open, please go to:

Remember to support The Coalition on-air personalities…

Technically Speaking with the award winning JC Lamkin on WNWR 1540 AM, Saturdays at 2pm.

Sister Phile Chionesu, organizer of the Million Woman March, Mondays 10pm to 1am on Harambee Radio Welcome to Harambee Radio Online




fr. Paul M. Washington, former rector of the Church of the Advocate at
18th and fr. Paul M. Washington Avenue in North Philadelphia.  The
Forum, like Father Washington, is a provider and legitimizer of public
space for the free expression of dissident Black voices on public
issues central to our communities.  The Forum's purpose is to provide
a public space and an opportunity to be heard to Black persons and
groups who bring non-traditional approaches to ways of thinking and
organizing focused on solving pressing community problems. Proud
member of The Coalition!
visit our website:
and join our Yahoo group:
Gary R. Adams, Chairman
John E. Churchville, PhD, Founder





First Anniversary Issue!

The Coalition was born out of the first Community Organizational Summit held at The Church of the Advocate at 18th & Father Paul M. Washington Ave. on July 26th 2006. At that time more than fifty organizations signed on. Presently, there are more than one hundred organizational members, and nearly one hundred pending. The first FYI The Coalition Weekly Digest was distributed August 25th 2006, thank you for a great year!

Gary R. Adams,

Community Liaison for The Coalition



For your own full color, full featured copy of the current edition,
copies of earlier editions, and more information,
Click here to join the Coalition
Join the Coalition!




Become a Peacemaker!

You can help by standing strong
with a sustaining presence.

 10,000 Men - A Call to Action

10,000 Men - A Call to Action

For more information
call 215-731-0541.
Kenny Gamble & Bill Cosby

Over 10,000 Black Men Answer Call

Black Men Answer Call




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Rev. Al Sharpton:
" 'Reach up' to stem violence"
Read More Here

More updates are coming soon.






As the
"JENA 6"
Case receives more public scrutiny,
perhaps it is time to take another look at
Some Louisiana Local Area Coverage!

Freedom fighters are outraged by Human Rights violations
As the outrage grows

you can add your support and
sign the petition


& to keep up with New Developments

Search "Google News"

For more activity information
Contact Local Area Organizations



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"I, for one, believe that if you give people a thorough understanding
of what confronts them
and the basic causes that produce it,
they'll create their own program,
and when the people create a program,
you get action."
-Malcolm X


"He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps perpetrate it."

"We must work on . . . attacking the causes and healing the effects."
-Martin Luther King Jr.







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