Once again, it’s that time of the year!!! November is Hip Hop History Month and as the 1st Family of Hip Hop Culture, Chapters of the legendary Universal Zulu Nation prepare to celebrate all around the world!!! From NYC to Chile to China to Germany… … Continue reading Hip Hop History Month 2019
SoulFire29 Luxury & Comfort That’s Fit For A Queen Handcrafted in Italy All custom shoes are handmade by master Italian craftsman from pristine Italian leather. Each designer pair is a one-of-a-kind, combining handcrafting tradition, quality and modern style for a product that’s perfectly Italian. Cutting-Edge … Continue reading SoulFire29… Comfort & Luxury Fit For A Queen
Blue Aura Healing is a guidance and tarot service created to assist the collective with healing wounds left behind from traumatic experiences that prevent a soul from soaring to its highest elevation. My intention for Blue Aura Healing, is to assist at least 100,000 people … Continue reading Blue Aura Healing
Welcome to the Cipher of the Master Teachers, where we exercise Knowledge, Wisdom and Understanding… Speaking Life into our communities world wide and Hip-Hop Culture!!! Now Available on #Anchor #ApplePodcasts #iTunes #GooglePodcasts #Spotify #Breaker #Castbox #Overcast #Pocketcasts #RadioPublic #Stitcher Episode 1: #HelloWorld!!! This first episode … Continue reading Welcome to the Cipher of the Master Teachers Podcast Series!!!
Arts Education Cuts: Lack of Funding or Lack of Faith? By: David Ginsburg on April 30, 2014 In NCLB: No Chance for Latinos and Blacks, I wrote about responses to test score pressure that have been a disservice to children. One of those responses, … Continue reading Making the Case for Arts Education
Rites Of Passage In Adolescence Delaney, C.H. (1995, Winter). Rites of Passage in Adolescence.Adolescence, pp. 892-898. Summary (Download Rites of Passage overview as a PDF) Society has always recognized the transition from childhood to adulthood. These “rites of passage” are universal to the experience of … Continue reading Rites Of Passage In Adolescence
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
This fall, the Phoenix Queens of the Nation joins other NYC women’s organization’s for the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s city-wide Reproductive Justice Intiative which is designed to address and educate women and families living in NYC communities about their reproductive rights and access to services and information.
One aspect of this intiative is getting the word out about the benefits of using the IUD as a form of effective birth control. The IUD is a highly effective, low maintenance birth control option. It is a small, T-shaped birth control device that a health care provider inserts into a woman’s uterus. There are two-types – one contains hormones – and lasts for up to 5 years and the other does not contain hormones and lasts for up to ten years.
For more information, please visit: http://www.nyc.gov/html/doh/html/living/maybe-the-iud.shtml
Take Action and join the #MaybeTheIUD Campaign
Community members are being encourage to take action and get involved in this important community health initiative. Some ways that people can get involved are:
- Organize a tabling or workshop with free promotional items.
- Contact Latasha at firstname.lastname@example.org and get a free swag bag.
- Take photos of the ads in the subway/bus shelters or of your organization using campaign materials and post on social media with #MaybeTheIUD
- Interested in materials in Spanish? English and Spanish campaign materials are available by calling 311.
- Thought of something we didn’t? Want to get creative in other ways? We’d love to hear about it. Contact Alexis Santos-Vimos for any questions or to share ideas: email@example.com.
For more information on how to join the Phoenix Queens of the Nation and how you can get involved and participate in this and other community programs and initiatives please contact: Zulu Queen Benu Ma’at @ firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com