Phillyzija Philadelphia PA Moringa Plant Benefits (blog entry) In a very short time success is accumulating for the new branch of business builders in the Tri-State area, Nj, Pa., and Delaware. The opportunity and support has enabled a group to learn , experience and share this incredible opportunity. The ben... read more
In a very short time success is accumulating for the new branch of business builders in the Tri-State area, Nj, Pa., and Delaware. The opportunity and support has enabled a group to learn , experience and share this incredible opportunity. The benefits Health and Financially will improve conditions economically in the region. Positive feedback and the Moringa Documentary has helped people understand the properties of this amazing plant and what the benefits has been across the world. Business... read moreSat, January 25, 2014 - 8:28 AM permalink - 0 comments
Time: September 7, 2013 from 9am to 5pmWed, August 14, 2013 - 7:26 AM permalink - 0 comments
Location: Cecil B. Moore Recreation Center
Street: 22nd & Huntingdon St.
Website or Map: maps.google.com/maps
Phone: (267) 325-0335
Event Type: rally
Organized By: Grands As Parents, African American United Fund, Lifers Inc., Cecil B. Moore Advisory Council, Babes in Blue, "Why Not Prosper", Uptown Entertainment Corporation and X-Offenders for Community
Who are the 99%: We the People-A Tribute to Ed Schwartz and the Institute for the Study of Civic Values
Amidst the dispersion of local Occupy sites, an open session on civic education, a local community group electronic posting, and some online disappearances conspire for a recovery and renewal.Sat, February 25, 2012 - 7:28 AM permalink - 0 comments
Staff alumni,included many, Debbie, Kelly, Baba Bob, Christine, Audrey to name a few
"The Fate of Civic Education in a Connected World," an open public affairs panel/seminar event sponsored by the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University on December 5, was notable for the minimal... read more
Well The Pink Ladies are in desperate need for a catering donation for our 2nd Annual “4Sista’s Only Passionate for Pink” Luncheon & Lecture. This program focuses on disadvantaged, at-risk minority girls. We assist them with building self confidence, self-esteem, character education, college preparation and social etiquette. We have been coordinating a number of fundraising events to generate funds for our 2012 operational budget, our summer trips, new uniforms, educational materials and sup... read moreWed, January 4, 2012 - 8:09 PM permalink - 0 comments
Recidivism is a perennial problem in Philadelphia. Making this problem worse, is a deficit of facts about recidivism. Recidivism is a subset of reincarceration. Reincarceration means that someone is suspected to have committed a crime (or did a technical violation of parole), whereas recidivism typically means that someone has been found guilty of a crime.Wed, January 4, 2012 - 2:09 PM permalink - 0 comments
Reincarceration in Philadelphia is about 35 percent one year after release (view data). Seven years after release reincarceration is ab... read more
NOT EVERYONE GETS A FAIR SHAKE UNDER PREROGATIVE?Wed, January 4, 2012 - 1:28 PM permalink - 0 comments
In a perfect world – and Philly isn’t one -- everyone gets equal access to the District Council member. But, for instance, if someone wanted to give campaign contributions to their favorite Council member – in whose district they either want or don’t want a development to succeed – you’d have to assume this could give them an added dollop of access.
WHAT DO THE CITY’S LEADERS THINK ABOUT PREROGATIVE?
Mayor Nutter, a former District Counc... read more
Philadelphia, January 2, 2012– Today, Mayor Michael A. Nutter delivered his second inaugural address to a capacity crowd at the Academy of Music.Mon, January 2, 2012 - 11:02 AM permalink - 0 comments
The speech follows:
“To the elected officials, our Congressional and Harrisburg delegations, Archbishop Chaput, Reverend Griffith, Reverend Campbell, Reverend Roberts, Rabbi Isaacson and all members of our faith community, President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas Judge Pryor Dembe, Judge McKee, Judge Carrafiello, Judge Tynes.
To Gove... read more
From Mona R. Washington : Brothers and Sisters,Sat, December 31, 2011 - 12:43 PM permalink - 0 comments
Are our ancestors buried at an African Burial Ground in Germantown? Is this a culturally historic site used for them from 1755-1916? Is this one of America's oldest Black grave sites? Is the Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA) desecrating this hallowed ground by disrespecting the remains of yesterday's ancestors and endangering the safety of the ancestors' remains, our children, and the Germantown residents there by allowing demolition and red... read more
by Amy L. Dalton | 12.30.2011Fri, December 30, 2011 - 10:21 PM permalink - 0 comments
Baba Bob Shipman is a longtime community activist in Philadelphia. He’s involved with various organizations around the city including the Institute for the Study of Civic Values, Phillyneighborhoods, the Philadelphia Parent Partner Yahoogropus Community, as well as Philadelphia IMC. He is currently the "Social Media Ambassador" for newsworks.org and website administrator for xoffendersofpa.ning.com and x-offenders.org.
WHYY recently highlighted Bob's work in ... read more
December 30, 2011Fri, December 30, 2011 - 5:23 PM permalink - 0 comments
By State Senator LeAnna Washington
State Senator LeAnna Washington represents the Fourth District, which includes Chestnut Hill, Mt. Airy and Germantown.
It's time that we begin treating child rape for the serious crime it is — and setting bail that fits the crime would be a good place to start.
The bail set for accused child abuser Jerry Sandusky was woefully inadequate. The bargain basement $100,000 unsecured bail spoke volumes about the District Justice Leslie Dutch... read more
Dear Readers,Fri, December 30, 2011 - 2:27 PM permalink - 0 comments
A group met at the home of Benjamin Franklin and created the world'...
Two centuries ago, Philadelphia and Pennsylvania became the center of prison reform worldwide. But until the occupation of Wall Street, we had not yet been able to define ourselves as belonging to a collective group with shared interests; shared interests that cross religious, ethnic, and political lines.
The average length of time served in prison is 2 to 50 years. Consider the technological changes over ... read more
Posted by Baba Bob Shipman on December 29, 2011 at 10:11pmView BlogFri, December 30, 2011 - 2:23 PM permalink - 0 comments
The University of Pennsylvania Law School’sDocumentaries and the Law series will feature a screening of Boxed Out: Criminal Records and the Ban the Box Movement in Philadelphia, on Wednesday, January 18th at 7:15pm in Gittis Hall, Room 213 at 34th and Walnut Streets in Philadelphia.
After the screening, the city’s deputy mayor for public safety, Everett Gillison, will speak on the city’s new “Ban the Box” regulation.
... read more
I am a Proud A.T.A.C. (Avenging Our Ancestors Coalition) member, we are having a WATCH NIGHT 1609 Cecil B. Moore ave 12/31/11 , On 12/31/1862 our ancestors anxiously awaited news about their freedom from slavery. This Saturday, 12 / 31/11 at 7 pm join ATAC as we remember our ancestors, its ATAC's 4th Annual Watch Night / Freedoms EVE at the UNIA building 1609 Cecil B. Moore ave. And Spread the Word!Fri, December 30, 2011 - 6:26 AM permalink - 0 comments
Baba Bob Shipman
Website for more information click here
4th Annual Watch Night/Freedom’s... read more
How is everyone?Thu, December 29, 2011 - 6:33 PM permalink - 1 comment
Baba Bob here really shooting for 5000 votes, as I know the power of my friends, family and connections! we started late, the leader has 2500 votes. I believe in the power of our network!Sun, August 7, 2011 - 2:40 AM permalink - 0 comments
click this link www.youtube.com/watch counts as a vote for my son, leader has 2500 votes, for dream job contest, help us please, quick simple.
You guys know how hard I work for others, help m please! My son has a real shot to win , only with your help. I post Jobs, housing and you... read more
VOICES OF YOUTH FILM FESTIVALMon, June 6, 2011 - 9:06 AM permalink - 0 comments
WHEN: Tuesday, June 7, 2011
7:00pm - 9:00pm
WHERE: Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church
2800 West Cheltenham Avenue
Phila., PA 19150
WHAT: Voices of Youth is an anti-violence project for students in Northwest Philadelphia, Sponsored by the U.S. Attorney's Office, the goal of the project is to have students reflect on the impact that violence has had on their lives, their families and their communities. Students from New Media, Martin Luther King, Imhotep an... read more
Saturday Show Line UpTue, February 22, 2011 - 12:29 PM permalink - 0 comments
Sunday’s Show Line-Up
A deposit of $100 per email@example.com
person is due 215-232-7181 (tell em Baba Bob sent ya)
This deluxe overnight package includes R/T motor coach transportation
from Philadelphia; deluxe hotel accommodations at the Crown Plaza (Jazz
Festival Official Host Hotel); Sunday morning All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast
w/ma... read more
Egyptian president Mubarak to step down now...is the word twurl.nl/lnw6teWed, February 2, 2011 - 5:34 PM permalink - 2 comments
Approximately 250 protesters marched from 22nd and Market streets in
Philadelphia to City hall in support of the Egyptian people calling
for the ouster of the current president. the overwhelming theme of todays protest was freedom, stating 30 years is enough. He must go now,not at the end of his current term 6 months from now. Discussion to be held at Temple University planned for 7 pm.
twurl.nl/lnw6... read more
The Pink Ladies Youth Mentorship ProgramMon, January 24, 2011 - 11:47 AM permalink - 0 comments
“Our world is a neighborhood, we must learn to live together as brothers (and sisters) or we will perish as fools. For I submit, nothing will be done until people put their bodies and soul into this.” Martin Luther King, Jr. - April 3, 1968
The Pink Ladies Bake Sales - Saturday’s 2011
February 5th & 12th
March 5th & 19th
1pm – 4pm
The Cecil B. Moore Recreation Center’s Grand Auditorium
(Formerly Kn... read more
"14th Annual Stop illegal Gun Rally" (blog entry) Time: September 7, 2013 from 9am to 5pm
Location: Cecil B. Moore Recreation Center
Street: 22nd & Huntingdon St.
Website or Map: maps.google.com/maps
Phone: (267) 325-0335
Event Type: rally
Organized By: Gr... read more
Who are the 99%: We the People-A Tribute to Ed Schwartz and the Institute for the Study of Civic Values (blog entry) Amidst the dispersion of local Occupy sites, an open session on civic education, a local community group electronic posting, and some online disappearances conspire for a recovery and renewal.
Staff alumni,included many, Debbie, Kelly, Baba Bob, ... read more
2nd Annual “4Sista’s Only Passionate for Pink” Luncheon & Lecture (blog entry) Well The Pink Ladies are in desperate need for a catering donation for our 2nd Annual “4Sista’s Only Passionate for Pink” Luncheon & Lecture. This program focuses on disadvantaged, at-risk minority girls. We assist them with building self confide... read more
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Philly Moringa , Zija , Giver, Social Scientist, Son, Father, Student, Educator, Mentor, Dad, Friend, co worker.Career, and personal life have included working in the community for 42 plus years. Starting at age 16 in the neighborhood housing authority projects, involved with gang control and summer day camp staff member (Raymond Rosen public housing complex). While a 11th grader at Thomas Edison high School, participated in the city wide walk out protesting for student rights in 1968. My high school has the dubious honor of being the high school with the most casualties then any other high school in the country.
Staff member of AFCOM, Afrikan community Learning centre, 25th Lehigh ave 19132. Commander , Save Our Land Community patrol, T. Milton Street, Zahir RA founders. Member of Association of Black Journalist. Former executive director Adelphos Civic association, a allegheny west program. Founder of PA One Congressional District Foundation , a member of the National Heritage Foundation.
Attended the first Black Panther national conference held at the Church of the Advocate , 18th Diamond Street. Where the first black woman was ordained a bishop.
My God father, Rev. Paul Washington, PhD shared life notes and became my teacher at a young age. www.fatherpaulwashington.com/
Born and reared, Philadelphia, North Philadelphia 17th & Susquehanna ave 19132. Worked hard on the campaign to elect the first black mayor of the city of Philadelphia, honorable W. Wilson Goode.
General Interests include
surfing the web, internet research and development, coffee houses, people
watching, locating economic development options, uplifting people, civic values consumer, human rights advocate, x-offender, welfare to work advocate. Also, currently a blog reporter for the Philadelphia Independent Media organization phillyimc.org/ . Staff member for the philly1.com/
Moderator, groups.yahoo.com/group/parentpartner/ designed to help the single parents transition from the welfare roles to self sufficiency and independent living while creating multiple streams of income for themselves.
Past Equal partners in Change (EPIC) Wm Penn EPIC Stakeholders Group community organizer stakeholders.tribe.net/ , 181Kidszone.tribe.net
Outreach Specialist ISCV, please visit our awesome resource site for the community, phillyneighborhoods.org/
In 2006 , The struggle continues personally when another physical disability arrived in my life, I am legally deaf , now my voice has weakened, I have not missed a beat, the enemy never takes a break, nor do I.
Understanding my voice disability visit here www.dysphonia.org/
With the blessing of the creator, treatment, understanding of family
and associates, people with disabilities can( I do) continue to be
a productive member of society.
Lived in Philly PA, St. Helena Island SC, Richmond VA, Atlanta GA.
schools include historic black college Virgina Union University, Temple University, Rutgers University (New Brunswick )
Here for networking.....Kasi
As a Real Philadelphia Stakeholder, born to serve the human race.
Creating positive interaction with the seasons, interaction with snow, rain, fire, which are the elements of the universe, that is my goal, most of all connecting , and being educated by all of the powerful people on the Blacklist site.
Clubs & Organizations Association Fund raising professional (AFP), National Assoc. Charitable Estate Counselors (NACEC), (Philanthropic Development Officer)
Community Economic Development Professional, Occupation Social Scientist, Outreach Specialist, Community Organizer teaching Civic Values, Institute for the Study of Civic Values. As a life long student and citizen of the world, have traveled on three continents. Past positions include
associations of fund raising professional, regional vice president, sports editor, photo journalist , support broker (MH/MR), executive director, Insurance producer, registered representative, umpire, coach, PA Alcohol Highway safety instructor (DUI)
Past companies and associations include:
Million Woman March security, Primerica, Quality of Work Life Coordinator Mail handlers union local 308 (QWL) United States Postal Service, North Philly Free Press, Wordsworth Academy, Youth Emergency Services, Adelphos Civic Association, Shalom Drug & Alcohol prevention and Intervention agency Inc, Self Determination Pilot Program, Philadelphia Police Department Advisory Council, (PMBC) Philadelphia More Bueatiful Committee, block captain 3rd PD.
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