August 14th, 2008

we can't teach what we don't know
  • uu_mom

Diversity4Obama Walk4Change

Obama Walk4Change
Diversity4Obama Walk4Change
INVITES YOU...............

to review and share the attached materials regarding this historic event. Please help to spread the word in an effort to bring as many organizations and grassroots groups together in solidarity. Follow the web links at the bottom of this message for more information.

****Our FaceBook link will be especially helpful in connecting with many. Please make an event posting on your own page with this link!!!

SAVE THE DATE:
14th St. & Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, DC, Saturday, September 13, 2008, 12:00 noon – 5:00 pm:

Beginning at Freedom Plaza and ending at the Lincoln Memorial, our Walk will conclude and we will have the following performances and speakers -- at present they include:
* Shirley Rivens-Smith, President – DC US Africa Sister Cities
* Bernard Ofori-Atta, UnityforObama group and community leader from Ghana
* Wessita McKinley, Grassroots organizer/Community Activist/Mentor
* Aaron Cunningham, GenerationObama, DC local community leader
* Duke Ellington School of Arts Choir and Jazz Ensemble
* Maharold Peoples Jr. and Tribe of Praise, Contemporary Gospel Ensemble
* Reggaeton Musical Sensation from Arlington, W-Cuno and P-Bloke
* Proverbs, Raggae Band
* Ballet Folklorico Ritmos del Peru, Traditional Peruvian Dance
* Positive, educational music youth group, Hip-Hop Education, Inc.
* DC Acapella Quartet, AFTER THE STORM
* Spoken Word Artist from Laws of the Street, Lamont Carey
* YoungChristianforObama and community activist in DE, Jordan Hines

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Obama Walk4Change
we can't teach what we don't know
  • uu_mom

Free speaker & film Aug. 17 in Camp Springs

Author Del Walters (formerly of Channel 7 News) is speaking on his book "The Race" at Davies Memorial UU Church, 7400 Temple Hill Rd., Camp Springs, Aug. 17 at 10:30 AM (free - donation accepted) followed by his movie, "Apocalypse Africa, Made in America". There will be soup available for lunch with a donation to the food pantry. He will also autograph his book for you.

Del Walters says, "Since leaving channel 7, I have begun anew. I am now an author, The RACE, which is about a black political candidate who could win it all, if he can survive. The book is a work of fiction that was written three and a half years ago long before Barack announced. It is in stock at Borders on the Capitol Blvd Center and I would love to come to your church for a signing."

Apocalypse Africa film cover