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THOMAS FICKLIN's Blog – November 2014 Archive (9)

Coming Out from Under the Stereotype

http://tomficklin.blogspot.com/2014/11/coming-out-from-under-stereotype.html

Was thinking that this free mind meld and sharing opportunity could produce real fruit- all are welcome, Belated Happy Thanksgiving to all.

Added by THOMAS FICKLIN on November 29, 2014 at 10:59am — No Comments

National Conference Call for White People

http://tomficklin.blogspot.com/2014/11/national-conference-for-white-people-on.html

Please join us for an important call to engage more white people in racial justice work in the aftermath of the Grand Jury in Ferguson. We will be discussing state violence and the impact it has in all of our communities, specifically communities of color. We will share strategies for engaging…

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Added by THOMAS FICKLIN on November 28, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Serious As a Heart Attack

Former Police Officer Kevin Ewing shares some really sobering comments and reflections replete with insight re the ongoing intersectionality of law versus justice. http://tomficklin.blogspot.com/2014/11/thank-you-kevin-for-this-dead-serious.html

Added by THOMAS FICKLIN on November 25, 2014 at 4:05am — No Comments

Kicking Ebola to the Curb

Hi everyone, Just wanted to be sure you had heard about the opportunity to " Drive Out Ebola". Take care as always and thanks in advance for your donations. This city wide effort really does exemplify and illustrate what can happen when we publicly align and support for a cause greater than our individual objectives. http://tomficklin.blogspot.com/2014/11/city-pitches-in-for-sierra-leones-ebola.html

Added by THOMAS FICKLIN on November 7, 2014 at 2:28am — No Comments

Drive Out Ebola

I love the fact that we have Sister City Relationships. Let's show the love.

http://tomficklin.blogspot.com/2014/11/please-join-mayor-toni-harp-and-city-of.html

Added by THOMAS FICKLIN on November 4, 2014 at 9:39am — No Comments

Lifetime Achievement Awards

I  long for the day that we can become non racial which was by the way a dream of not only MLK, but also of Steve Biko and Mandela. If you are white please feel totally invited to the African American Historical Lifetime Achievement Awards taking place on Sunday November 9, 2014.

http://tomficklin.blogspot.com/2014/10/gnh-african-american-historical-society.html

Added by THOMAS FICKLIN on November 2, 2014 at 7:38am — No Comments

Veterans of Color Screening and Discussion

Those of us who work in the non-profit community and or nurture non profit partnerships it can be said often "rely" upon those that are "under developed" for our livelihood. My on going quandary is to understand further how Veterans of Color, have fought for the country since it's inception in spite of full citizenship barriers being erected. As we all strive to decrease the inequities perhaps this upcoming exclusive film screening might aide in increasing our service delivery…

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Added by THOMAS FICKLIN on November 1, 2014 at 1:28pm — No Comments

Health Equity

I am proud to say that I am a Ct Health Foundation Fellow, Class of 2011 and have been communicating health issues since my days as editor of the Inner City from 1990-2000. Nonetheless this health disparity-health equity still confuses me and yes  still angers me. At any rate many efforts are underway to diagnose, treat and eradicate the volatility of quality of life access. Perhaps you may know some soldiers eager to join the crusade. Please consider sharing the position opening. Thanks in…

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Added by THOMAS FICKLIN on November 1, 2014 at 9:34am — No Comments

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Open Streets Summit Draft Agenda

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Helping Small Businesses Build Resiliency

In times of crisis, access to emergency capital can make or break a small business, especially those owned and run by people of color, women and those serving under-invested communities. A blog by William Taft, who heads LISC's economic development work, explores how a partnership with Synchrony and Synchrony Foundation is helping more business owners recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and build resiliency.

Comerica Grant Will Fuel LISC Lending to Minority-Owned Businesses in Three Cities

LISC will use a new grant from Comerica Bank to expand financing for businesses and community nonprofits led by people of color in Detroit, Los Angeles and Phoenix.

How Three Black Female Entrepreneurs Are Moving Their Businesses Forward

Three extraordinary stories from three entrepreneurs who have harnessed their ingenuity and resourcefulness—and a grant from Synchrony via LISC—to keep their businesses going and growing through the economic fallout of the pandemic.

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