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Community Speak Out: Gentrification, Education & Incarceration, and Philadelphia Candidates Forum, Sat. Nov. 1

The Million Woman Movement (Million Woman Party of PA), in cooperation with the "A Time For An Awakening" Radio, The Pan African Community Stakeholders Coalition and other concerned groups, organizations, and individuals are connecting and organizing to bring about real solutions and the necessary progressive change that has been needed in Black (African American) communities for quite some time.

Because "We Are The Ones We Have Been Waiting For" the TIME IS NOW!
And, We Now Shall Seize The Time.....

On Sat. Nov. 1, 2014, at 4:00-6:00 PM at the Church of the Redeemer a "Speak Truth To Power" Community Forum will be held that will provide a much needed example of collective work and responsibility (UJIMA) and insight into some of the things that are yet to come that will assure greater accountability, tranperacy, and productivity for People of African descent in the City of Philadelphia.

The "Issues and Answers" focus topics) for this forum are: GENTRIFICATION, EDUCATION,& INCARCERATION"

Participants attending this forum will be able to pick up "Elected Officals Evaluation Forms" (EOEF) at this meeting.


Please pass this info on to your networks.
A flyer is also attached that can be downloaded and reproduced for further distribution....

"Up Ye Mighty People". Dare to Struggle and Be Readied To Win

Don't Let Your Vote, Voice, or Tax Dollars Be Taken For Granted, Misrepresented, or Inappropriately Used.
Join Us As We Connect The Dots.....
Sat. Nov. 1, 2014 4:00 pm
Church of the Redeemer 24th Dickerson St.
Panelist: (Partial Listing Confirmed)

Bro. Elliott Booker (Community Activist, Talk Radio Host, Businessman)
Mama Gail Clouden (Children & Parents Advocate. Community Activist & Spiritual Healer
Sis. Empress Phile' (Originator/Founder: Million Woman March/Movements)

Contact the Candidate/Representatives in Your District to let them know that The People want to see them (or a representative) at this program and need to hear from them on the issues of Gentrification, Education, and Incarceration.

For more information contact: or call: 267-636-3802
October 24, 2014

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