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Restoring the Village "Family Heritage Day"

on 08/16/2018 - 08:09 pm

Restoring the Village "Family Heritage Day"
On Labor Day weekend Monday, September 3, 2018 at Barnett Park, 4801 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando Florida 32808, 11am-4pm, Changing the Game for a New Generation (CTG), a not for profit 501c3 organization will hold its first annual "Family Heritage Day - Restoring the Village" event. This is a free event to the community! Bring the whole family. Come to learn, come to share and come to party with a purpose.
Changing the Game for a New Generation endeavors to stop the cycle of violent crimes in our community, and focus on our children, who are the greatest change agents for our future. Dr. Sydel LeGrande, and her team believe that education is essen ...

This is a call to action because the numbers are appalling when it comes to young Black males in th

on 08/14/2018 - 09:38 am



                                                                                         By Roger Caldwell
 
In the Black community in 2018, the overall academic achievement of African American males is appallingly low, and there should be a call to action nationwide. It is time to r ...

Fifteen (15) Kings and Queens from Africa Share Love And Build Bridges in Orlando

on 08/08/2018 - 09:15 am


Fifteen (15) Kings and Queens from Africa Share Love
And Build Bridges in Orlando
                                                                                         By Roger Caldwell
 
There are connections being made with the motherland, which African Americans never thought w ...

My Brother’s Keeper—Bring Another Mentor

on 08/08/2018 - 09:07 am


My Brother’s Keeper—Bring Another Mentor
Orange County Public Schools has opened a department dedicated to narrowing the achievement gap for underperforming minority students. The office is entitled the Minority Achievement Office (MAO), and it is committed to improving student’s efforts by the development of initiatives and projects that accelerate their learning.
Our students will come back to school on August 13th eager to learn. Many of them will need extra assistance in their quest for success; they will need a caring person to connect with them, and keep them interested in school. OCPS’s vision and mission is to be the top producer of successful students in ...

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