Time Is Money: How to Measure the Value of Volunteers By Diane Knoepke Volunteers are a vital part of many nonprofit groups. But whether and how nonprofits measure the value of those volunteers varies widely. According to the International Labour Organization’s Manual on the Measurement … Continue reading Volunteer Mobilization: Time Is Money….
5 Guidelines for a Simplified Nonprofit Strategic Planning Process By: M. L. Donnellan, MS “There is no such thing as a simplified strategic planning process, and how dare you suggest there is!” That was just the first sentence of many derogatory ones directed at me by … Continue reading 5 Guidelines for a Simplified Nonprofit Strategic Planning Process
Ethical Considerations in Fundraising By Craig Bowman Nonprofit organizations are built to serve people and communities. Individual organizational missions, your program’s structure, the populations you serve may all vary, but in the end, the goal is always to help people and communities. To facilitate this … Continue reading Ethical Considerations in Fundraising
Know Your Organization By: Tony Poderis You start the process of becoming a fund-raiser for an organization when you first become involved with the organization. That’s when you begin to acquire knowledge about an organization, and acquisition of knowledge is the first step in preparing … Continue reading How Well Do You Know Your Organization?
On Saturday, January 16, 2016, The Elements of Culture Performance Lecture Series hosted special guest Performance Lecturer TheSYMBOL at The Bronx Music Heritage Center. His performance lecture – Hip Hop and the Politics of Identity and Representation: If Hip Hop is a Legitimate Culture Who Is a part … Continue reading The Elements of Culture Performance Lecture Series Presents… Hip Hop and the Politics of Identity and Representation
Feb. 4th: Zulu Sistah Power Hour @ 6pm-9pm @ National Black Theater 2031 5th Ave betw. 125th & 126th Harlem NYC. Trains: 2 3 4 5 or 6 to 125th St. There is no charge to attend. Special guest speakers, info and more! Doors @ 5:30pm for Networking – Bring Your Brochures & Business Cards
Featuring Film/Video & Promotional Presentations By:
~Phoenix Queens Of The Nation Chapter 29 Members will provide information on it’s mission, Programs and strategic plan for 2015. New members are welcome to register & Join throughout the evening. phoenixqueensofthenation.com ~ or ~ Contact Zulu Queen Benu: email@example.com
~ Bronx Women’s Shelter Family Support Project
Join the UZN Department of Community Affairs by signing up for the initiating of it’s newest “Serve The People Project” in support of the mothers & children currently living inside of the NYC run Bronx Women’s Shelter.
~ Mothers & Parents Against Police Brutality
Come and meet with Mothers, Grandmothers, Widows, Sisters, Daughters, Aunts & Nieces for collective family updates on upcoming actions in the Justice struggle for their loved ones killed by the NYPD.
~ Unveiled/Unlocked & The KityRose LyfeStyle
Aleathia Brown and Catherine Warren will provide a short video & cultural presentation on their respective groups which provide healing and strength from Motivational Speakers to Visual Artists/Poets etc.
~ A Blast From The Past: Conscious Hip Hop Music Videos
Sister Souljah – “The Final Solution; Slavery’s Back In Effect”. In recognition of the January 29th release of her latest novel; we will screen this groundbreaking conscious music video as well as Sister Souljah’s followup video “The Hate That Hate Produced” See them both again for the 1st time.
Hip Hop Culture is a reverberation of centuries-long resistance to oppression by Black and Brown people in the Americas. Born in the Bronx from meager beginnings; emerging from the ghetto streets plagued by poverty and violence, Hip Hop is now a medium that empowers people across the globe. However, the Rap Music Industry and, to some degree, the world of Hip-Hop Education are no longer held accountable to the people. The 2nd Annual Hip-Hop History Month Celebration: Masters of the Elements Hip-Hop Educational Summit seeks to reconnect the most influential parts of Hip Hop with the streets it was born from, by putting Theory to Practice with the addition of the Indigenous Remembrance Day Community Outreach Initiative FUN-Raiser.
– Zulu King K~Swift & Zulu Queen Benu Ma’at
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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15TH 2014
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