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hope our Irish friends among our On-Line family had
a great St. Patrick's Day on Tuesday, March 17th!
we celebrate Women, it's a shame to hear the dreadful story about
Superstar Rihanna Fenty and boyfriend Superstar Chris Brown. Honestly,
for a couple of weeks I felt I needed to reserve my comments
because this couple is very young. I actually began musing over my relationship
in my earlier years, as well as my friends and recalled
how erratic we all were when it came to relationships and being
in-love. It's a true fact that it seems "Women are from Venus
and Men are from Mars" because men and women
absolutely don't think or feel the same about things, including love.
Therefore, I came to the conclusion they both were fighting,
and they would work it out.
the awful photos were released to the public I began looking at
the situation differently. In fact, I became disheartened
once the court documents were released and all the unpleasant
details were "splashed" all over every news paper,
magazine, TV program/news, and the Internet.
years my mom would state "never get yourself involved in a
couples' business/problems" and around the world many would
state "never get involved with domestic issues".
As you see these statements are absolutely correct. The
young couple is back together, spending time together, working
on music together and trying to work out their problems.
However, many are warning Rihanna to get far away from Chris
because he will abuse her again; and I must admit that is the
most intelligent thing for Rihanna to do, but young Rihanna seem
to want to work it out and it's clear she is in-love. The
same decision or conclusion most women in her situation come
what can one say to Rihanna except good luck on her
all can only hope these young superstars' relationship work out
positively and without the exchange of blows and violence..
this story is exactly the same for millions of abused women
around the world, and they react exactly like Rihanna.
They want to work out their problems and they strongly feel they
could change their partner/spouse in order for the abuse to
stop. Personally, I feel if someone loves you, they would
never want to hurt you physically or mentally; and if they do
hurt you, then you need to cut off the relationship and move
this being said, I close out this comment with an excellent
video/song by Jamaican Artist Tarrus Riley entitled "Start
Anew". Please give the lyrics a close listen, because
they are "deep"! Click on the picture below to
enter the video page (courtesy of www.mycaribbean.us),
and once there click (the white right arrow) to launch this
fantastic song and video. After you view this video let me
know you thoughts on the lyrics firstname.lastname@example.org
Riley "Start Anew"
Women History Month.
and Celebrating Women's Accomplishments throughout History!
is indeed National Women's History Month! Therefore,
this month we will recognize, celebrate and honor women. We
will celebrate their diverse and historic accomplishments, as well
as their rich and varied contributions to the history and culture
of the United States and around the world.
HERE TO VIEW PRESIDENT OBAMA'S 2009 PROCLAMATION ON Women's
History Month 2009
I indicated in my last E-Newsletter to you, we will feature, celebrate
and honoring the exceptional women of President Obama's
Cabinet, who have indeed impacted our history with their
education, skills, accomplishments, experiences and
strength. Read and get to know Mona Sutphen and Desiree
Deputy Chief of Staff
Ms. Mona Sutphen is President Obama's
Deputy White House Chief of Staff. Her focus will be
foreign affairs, with responsibility for policy
development. She is officially the top aide to the White
House Chief of Staff, who is the senior aide to President
Obama. Ms. Sutphen is responsible for ensuring the
smooth running of the White White bureaucracy, as well as such
other duties as the Chief of Staff assigns to her.
Ms. Sutphen earned her bachelors degree in
International Relations from Mount Holyoke College in South
Hadley, Massachusetts - a liberal arts Women's college. She
later received a M.Sc. in international political community
(political economy) from the London School of Economics.
Ms. Sutphen has been a U.S. Foreign Service
Officer from 1991 to 2000, and among other assignments, she
served in the White House at the National Security council
from 1998 to 2000 during the Clinton Administration as a
special assistant to Samuel R. Berger. Additionally, she
served in the U.S. Mission to the United Nations - the Office
of the High Representative as an advisor to UN Ambassador Bill
Richardson, following the Bosnian War, in the State Department
human rights bureau, and at the U.S. Embassy in Bangkok.
Proceeding the Clinton years, Ms. Sutphen
has been a Managing Director with Sandy Berger’s Stonebridge,
LLC. Stonebridge is an international business strategic
consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. that advises Fortune
500 and major multinational corporations regarding
international business opportunities and challenges worldwide.
Ms. Sutphen is a team member of the Council
on Foreign Relations, the Women's Foreign Policy Group and
serves on the boards of the International Human Rights Law
Group and the Council on African-American Affairs. She is also
the co-author (with Nina Hachigian) of The Next American
Century: How the U.S. Can Thrive as Other Powers Rise.
(Simon & Schuster 2008). For more details on Ms.
Sutphen, visit the following site: http://www.whorunsgov.com/Profiles/Mona_Sutphen
House Social Secretary
Ms. Desiree Glapion Rogers is the
First African-American to serve as President Obama's White
House Social Secretary. The White House Social Secretary
is responsible for the planning, coordination and execution of
official social events at the White House (Mrs. Obama calls it
the White House The People's House). Therefore, Ms.
Rogers is head of the White House Social Office who plans
events ranging from those as simple as a tea for the First
Lady, and a single official guest, to dinners for more than
200 guests. Ms. Rogers works on both the non-political
functions of the presidency and the political, coordinating
events for the President, the First Lady, and senior political
staff. Additionally, she works with the White House
Chief Usher to coordinate domestic staff and with the Chief of
Protocol of the United States, an official within the United
States Department of State to plan state visits and
accompanying state dinners.
Ms. Rogers was born on June 16, 1959 in New
Orleans, Louisiana, to Roy and Joyce Glapion. She
graduated from New Orleans' Sacred Heart High School in 1977
and earned her B.A. degree in political science from Wellesley
College in 1981. In 1985, she earned her M.B.A. from
Harvard Business School. Ms. Rogers' father was very
active in the city's Zulu Organization and was its president
from 1976 to 1988, Ms Rogers herself was Queen of the
organization in 1988 and in 2000.
After graduate school, Ms. Rogers married John Rogers, moved
to Chicago, Illinois and began working for AT&T. Soon
thereafter, she became an executive for entrepreneur Larry
Levy. In 1990 Ms. Rogers was appointed by Governor Jim Edgar,
to run the Illinois State Lottery. In 1997, she became Vice
President of Corporate Communications for Peoples Energy.
Rogers was promoted to Chief Marketing Officer in 2000. In
2004, she was elected President of the company's two utility
subsidies, Peoples Gas and North Shore Gas. In this role, she
also served as a senior vice president of the Integrys Energy
Ms. Rogers has been included in Crain's "Top 25
Women to Watch" and "40 Under 40 Business
Enterprise magazine has included her in the "Top
50 Most Powerful African American Business Women" and the
"Top 75 Most Powerful Blacks in Corporate America."
Ms. Rogers has a daughter, Victoria, and she is no longer
year the National Women's
History Month Project Organization's (NWHMP) theme for this month
long celebration is: "Women
Taking the Lead to Save our Planet ." This theme represents and honors women who have
taken the lead in the environmental or "green" movement.
NWHMP is featuring Rachel
Carson, the founder of the contemporary environmental movement,
who is the iconic model of the theme. Rachel Carson's work
provides an admirable model for comparison. The 2009 Honorees are
scientists, engineers, business leaders, writers, filmmakers,
conservationists, teachers, community organizers, religious or
workplace leaders or others whose lives show exceptional vision
and leadership to save our planet.
First-Ever Washington Correspondent for Essence Magazine.
Award Winning Journalist Cynthia Gordy was named in January 2009
the Washington Correspondent for Essence Magazine. Ms. Gordy
is one of Essence most talented and highly regarded editors, who
extensive news experience.
For the remainder
of the month of March we will continue
celebrating the great and historical accomplishments of
Women...The Women of the Obama Administration!
On Thursday, March
19th, marked the 6th Anniversary of the war with Iraq (Ex
President Bush's war that is still taking place, and a war he
created by falseness and untruths.) This senseless war
resulted in many of our families never returning to us as they
left; they return in boxes (Approx. 4,269 of them), not to mention
the approx. 31,089+ who will never be able to live normal lives
again because they are wounded. I know many of your pain,
anger and your want for this evilness to end. Our families
that make up these troops must be brought home.
The American people
have lost and is still losing on a daily basis - physically,
psychologically, emotionally and not to mention the precious lives
of our loved ones and the innocent folks in Iraq whose lives were
taken because of this war. My heart aches (as many of you)
over the many lives lost, and most of all my heart aches because
in my opinion THIS WAR IS NOT WORTH IT!!!
following song we have shared with you year after year. We
want to send it out to our Troops who are serving and fighting in
this war; to simply thank them and to let them know that we
strongly appreciate them. This is a song written and
performed by Ms. Alexandra Lajoux. Click the picture to
launch Ms. Lajoux's tribute to the Troops "We Thank
this picture for the tribute to our troops "We Thank
You" by Alexandra Lajoux.
there was My Space, then Facebook came along, and now we have My
Brand New Social exciting Network especially for the Caribbean,
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the network and
build a network
your videos, photos,
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participate in Forums
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a member of My-space or Facebook, and you are interested in things
Caribbean, you will love MyCaribbean.
Log on and check
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Join us and help
make MyCaribbean all it can be!
to the many who have sent me e-mails in response to my past
E-Newsletters and lots of important information to use for our
future E-Newsletters. Most importantly, I thank you for your
encouraging words! Until next week...please enjoy, and be
safe this weekend and the upcoming week!!
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Also to all of you, thanks for reading, sharing
your thoughts and comments with us, and for always supporting
us. As you know without you there would be no us, so thanks
very much for your support and One Love!
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entire month of March 2009 Book
Drive in Washington
DC & Maryland
HAVE A POSITIVE IMPACT ON THE COMMUNITY
Join Read Across Jamaica Foundation in the campaign
to increase literacy awareness in the Caribbean communities across
the US and in Jamaica.
Across Jamaica Foundation, Inc., P.O. Box 38, Lanham, MD
20703, Tel. (202) 285-4673, Fax: (760)280-6990
Drop off new or gently used children’s to any of these
supporting locations. We
are kicking off our annual MARCH MADNESS Book
Drive and need your help. Collected
materials will be distributed to students during the Read Across
Jamaica island-wide tour, May 1-9, 2009 in the Parishes of St.
Elizabeth, St. James, St. Ann’s, St. Thomas, Manchester, Montego
Bay, Trelawney and Clarendon.
Over 6,000 students will be recipients of donated materials
while being introduced to the “edutainment” of the Read Across
Jamaica Literacy Project. Help
us by contributing materials or making donation. Label
all boxes “RAJ”
RAJ COLLECTION BOXES can be found
JUST JERK, 9005 Lanham-Severn Road,
Lanham, MD 20706 (301) 459-5375
JUNCTION INTL MARKET & JERK CENTER, 900 Chillum
Rd, Chillum, MD 20782 (301) 853-0193
JERK PIT, 8145-C Baltimore Avenue,
College Park, MD 20740 (301) 382-5375
GOLDEN CRUST BAKERY, PG Plaza, 3500 East West Hwy, Hyattsville, MD 20782 (301) 559-7962
PEPPER POT CAFÉ’, 10606
Baltimore Ave, Beltsville, MD 20740
IRIE CAFÉ’ JAMAICAN GRILLE, 881A Capital Centre Blvd, Largo, MD 20774
NABY’S ISLAND RESTAURANT, 1128 H
Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002
EMBASSY OF JAMAICA, 1520 New Hampshire Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20036 (202)452-0660
MARYLAND STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION, 140 Main St., Annapolis, MD 21401
you would like to join the list of collection locations to aid in
this effort, please contact Ms. Wisdom for details.
The Read Across
Jamaica Foundation (RAJ) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to introduce creative
and interactive methods of reading to children and encourage them
to enjoy literature as an aid to changing future disparaging
lifestyles affected by illiteracy.
RAJ coordinate and facilitate annual reading day
activities along with bi-monthly activities that provide
incentives to encourage reading through partnerships with schools,
communities, parents, businesses, global sponsors and policy
WAYS TO CONTRIBUTE:
Consider working with the Literacy Project to
collect books through a local drive or Journey to Jamaica as a
“Literacy Ambassador and help distribute books throughout the
communities we serve. If
you can’t travel this year, consider making a tax-deductible
Literacy Ambassadors travel to
Jamaica three time per year:
MLK Weekend (Jan), Education Week (May) and Veterans
Holiday (Nov). Volunteers
are needed to participate, May 1-9, 2009.
Saturday and Every First Saturday After
Caribbean Hot Boyz & Ace Girls Prom.
Admission: LADIES FREE Until 1AM/ Guys $10 Until 1AM/ $20
21+ w/ VALID ID!!!! Dress Code: Mature, Sexy,
Location: Secrets Night Club, 724 Nostrand Ave (btwn
Prospect & Park Place)
Doors Open 10:30PM - 8:00AM
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