1. CDC Whistleblower ~ Vaccine-Autism Fraud Revealed


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    Sr. Government Scientist, Dr. William W. Thompson, breaks 13 years of silence on CDC's Vaccine-Autism FRAUD Measles-mumps-rubella vaccination timing and autism among young African American boys: a reanalysis of CDC data http://web.archive.org/web/20140826171415/http://www.translationalneurodegeneration.com/content/pdf/2047-9158-3-16.pdf http://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2014/08/22/breaking-cdc-whistleblower-thompson-in-grave-danger-now/ A Break in the Wall - William W. Thompson http://www.ageofautism.com/2014/08/a-break-in-the-wall-william-thompson.html Vaccine Fraud: U.S. Mainstream Media Censors Whistleblower’s Explosive Story http://www.globalresearch.ca/vaccine-fraud-u-s-mainstream-media-censors-whistleblowers-explosive-story/5397607 CDC whistleblower's secret letter to Gerberding released by Natural News as mainstream media desperately censors explosive story http://www.naturalnews.com/046597_CDC_whistleblower_secret_letter_Julie_Gerberding.html CDC - Gerberding Letter Warning Vaccines-Autism Link http://www.naturalnews.com/images/CDC-Gerberding-Warning-Vaccines-Autism.jpg

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    • How We Met Khalil


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      Over the years, Dreaming Out Loud has made an impact on multiple levels. An example is Khalil: a 10 year-old boy. We met him at our first farmers market while hitting one of our yard-signs with a stick. When I gently approached him, I jokingly asked if he had something against vegetables; he blushed with embarrassment, as his friends laughed. I asked him to return to the market the next week along with his friends. They returned, along with several other friends, at 7:30am every Saturday for 18-weeks.

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      • I Am Somebody— The Eagle Academy for Young Men (Newark Campus)


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        It's Changing Perception's hope that this brief homage to Jesse Jackson's poem "I Am Somebody" is a lasting image of how confident, wonderful and natural our boys really are.

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        • Epic Win - The Musical! - HAIR


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          Francine "The Lucid Dream" sings a medley of songs from the musical Hair. Special appearance by Boo Bess.

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          • Learning Environments that Promote Positive Youth Development and Success for African American Male Students


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            Improving Academic Outcomes for African American Male Students Series: Webinar 3. Date: Feb. 19, 2013 Presenters: John Browne, Millenium Enterprises; Rose Owens-West, Region IX Equity Assistance Center at WestEd Event-related resources (e.g., PDF of presentation, etc.): https://wested.box.com/s/82wco18v5xnm6ldxpq3t What learning conditions, organizational structures, and school climate factors are necessary to nurture the positive development of African American male students? In his book Walking the Equity Talk, A Guide for Culturally Courageous Leadership in School Communities, Dr. Browne has defined the components of school environments that nurture positive youth development, and the seven major actions that culturally courageous leaders must take to create and maintain such environments. Dr. Browne draws from his book to describe those learning conditions, organizational structures, and factors within the social and cultural climate in schools that nurture the positive development of African American male students. His presentation addresses the following: Specific learning conditions, organizational structures and climate factors in many schools that mitigate against improved academic outcomes for African American male students Policies, conditions, and strategies that can help produce a nurturing school climate Political constraints that may be experienced along the way and The leadership needed to overcome such constraints This webinar is designed for district and school administrators, teachers, and other educators interested in improving academic opportunities and outcomes for African American male students. It is hosted by Dr. Rose Owens-West, Director of the Region IX Equity Assistance Center at WestEd. "Learning Environments that Promote Success for African American Male Students" is the last of three webinars in the series, "Improving Academic Outcomes for African American Male Students," addressing equity concerns for African-American males in K-12 public education settings. The series includes two additional webinars that address topics related to high quality instruction, rigorous learning opportunities, and supportive learning environments that improve achievement outcomes for African-American male students in K-12 settings: - Discipline that Does No Harm: Improving Academic Outcomes for African-American Male Students - High Quality Instruction that Promotes Learning and Achievement for African American Male Students

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            • In A Time of Change - Solo Exhibit: Delphine Fawundu-Buford


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              Caribbean Cultural Center Africa Diaspora Institute in partnership with MoCADA present In A Time of Change In A Time of Change Solo Exhibit: Delphine Fawundu-Buford Curated by: Shantrelle P. Lewis On View: June 6 – July 16, 2012 Opening Reception: June 16, 2012 | 4 – 7pm In A Time of Change, a solo exhibition featuring the photography of New York based artist Delphine Fawundu-Buford, is a profound reflection of the conditions faced by Black and Latino youth in American society during the Age of Obama. Although America has experienced the administration of its first Black president – a Black man, Black and Latino boys continue to be in crisis. American education has a deep-rooted marriage to the Prison Industrial Complex and today, Black and Latino boys are arrested and incarcerated at higher rates than any other demographic in the U.S. There are more young men in prison cells than there are matriculating through high school and college campuses. In the series In A Time of Change, Delphine situates her subjects, a Black pre-teen and a Latino teen, in environments that oftentimes represent a direct affront to their very existence. Each of the young men, however, confront both their surroundings and circumstances, equipped with various texts that have the power to chart their trajectory in a direction opposite of the one society has already ascribed to them. Highlighting texts from David Walker’s Appeal and Jacob Carruthers’ Intellectual Warfare to Don Miguel Ruiz’s Four Agreements, each perplexing, large-scale image leaves the viewer contemplating the destiny of the Fawundu-Buford’s subjects and their peers. One wonders whether or not through vigilant education, can change indeed come. H(A)UNTED Public Installation at MoCADA Guest-Curated by: Shantrelle P. Lewis Delphine Fawundu-Bufords’s In A Time of Change will run opposite of H(A)UNTED’s Public Installation at MoCADA, a series of 5 images on display along the museum’s building on South Oxford Place. Featuring the work of five Brooklyn-based Black male photographers, the series of photographs articulates/confronts/questions the historical criminalization and stereotyping of Black men in the U.S. – realities that each subject confronts, negotiates and defies on a daily basis, by his very existence. Photographers: Malik Cumbo, Russell Frederick, Jahse, Dwayne Rodgers and Radcliffe Roye Subjects: Blitz the Ambassador, Hip-Hop Artist Lumumba Bandele, Community Activist Dr. Robert Gore, Physician Steven Lawson, New York City Middle School Teacher Sim Walker, Owner Negril and SoCo H(A)UNTED’s MoCADA Public Installation Opening Reception: Saturday, June 16, 2012 | 4 -7pm MoCADA 80 Hanson Place | Brooklyn, NY Contact slewis@cccadi.org or 212.307.7420 ext. 3008 for more details. www.cccadi.org www.mocada.org

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              • Visible Men


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                Please enjoy our First Visible Men Promotional video Produced by Award Winning Documentary Filmmaker Josie Swantek and her amazing team at Run Riot Films. Visible Men is a success network for young black boys and men. We tell the untold stories of black male success in America. Our mission is to elevate black boys and men to new heights of achievement, fulfillment, happiness and societal contribution. We focus on what is working in the black male experience. Please join us at www.visiblemen.org and help young black boys Dream with Variety. Visible Men is a start up 501c3 non profit organization.

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                • War Against Black Boys


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                  School Psychologist, Umar Abdullah-Johnson educates us on what he calls the "War Against Black Boys". In short, African American boys are being placed in Special Education at alarming rates.

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                  • The Cornel West Academy of Excellence


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                    The Cornel West Academy of Excellence (CWAE) is a leadership program that addresses many of the needs of minority male elementary and middle school students in Wake/Johnston/Durham Counties. CWAE consists of program components that are used to address crucial issues affecting young minority male students. Unfortunately young African American boys are disproportionately suspended, more often they deal with violence and gang activities, they are statistically being raised in single parent households more than any other demographic, and they are lacking role-models. Literacy, Mathematics, Mentoring, and Critical Thinking are the core components used to address some of these issues. The academy provides its services to 35 African American male elementary and middle school students in Wake/Johnston/Durham Counties.

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                    • 2011:Year of Responsible Men - Dr. Adelaide L. Sanford


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                      Dr. Sanford received an award from the Today's Child Magazine for her work in Education. This was her acceptance speech. "Hate cannot drive away hate; only love can, and darkness cannot drive away darkness; only light can." Afrocentric educator Dr. Adelaide L. Sanford has impacted the lives of students at every level of New York City's school system through her work in shaping educational policy. Born in Brooklyn on November 27, 1925, Dr. Sanford began her career teaching primary grades in New York before rising to the position of vice chancellor of the State University of New York's Board of Regents.

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