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THOMAS FICKLIN
  • 72, Male
  • New Haven
  • United States
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  • The Community Foundation for GNH
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Profile Information

Name of the Organization
Fickin Media
Contact Person
Tom Ficklin
Job Title
President
Contact phone
2037683390
E-mail
tomficklin@aol.com
Website
http://www.tomficklin.blogspot.com
Interest
Early Childhood, Aging\Elderly Services, Youth, Energy Assistance, Health, Education, Adult Education, Advocacy, Arts, Economic Development
Description Interest
advocacy

THOMAS FICKLIN's Blog

Coming Out from Under the Stereotype

Posted on November 29, 2014 at 10:59am 0 Comments

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.

National Conference Call for White People

Posted on November 28, 2014 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

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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Serious As a Heart Attack

Posted on November 25, 2014 at 4:05am 0 Comments

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

Kicking Ebola to the Curb

Posted on November 7, 2014 at 2:28am 0 Comments

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

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At 3:56pm on February 9, 2010, Lee Cruz said…
Welcome Tom, glad to have you here. Please post any information that you think will be helpful to Greater New Haven Not-for-Profits.
At 9:48am on February 8, 2010, Roger Senserrich - CAHS said…
Welcome to GNH Community! Glad to see you here. Now it is time to post events, ask questions and make some noise. ¿Have you considered linking the RSS feed of your blog here?
 
 
 

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