October 1, 2 and 3, 2010 

Raleigh, North Carolina


October 2 and 3, 2010 

Forestville, Maryland


It's back. Deron Cloud's " The Boyfriend Girlfriend Thang". Our children are under the greatest attack that our generation has ever seen. It's not enough to tell them "Don't do_______" . (You fill in the blank) They need to SEE that it's possible to navigate through LIFE without becoming a victim of verbal, physical, emotional, sexual, or even substance abuse.

For 20yrs Deron Cloud has toured "The Boyfriend Girlfriend Thang" all over the country. It's radically changed the lives of ten's of thousands of teens and adults alike. Join us for the 20th Anniversary Show Series.... It's been re-written, It's FREE, and it's the answer to the issues that our students face in 2010 and beyond.  

We're kicking it off at The Soul Factory

7702 Marlboro Pike Forestville Md. 20747

Saturday October, 2nd at 7pm

Sunday October, 3rd at 6pm

No one Under 10 will be admitted, No babies, No exceptions.

It's FREE but you need a ticket to get in... Pick up your tickets at the following locations:

Kemp Mill Music, 3742 Branch Avenue, Temple Hills, MD, (301) 899-2300

Jesus Bookstore, 4823 Allentown Road, Suitland, MD, (301) 735-1100

Style's Unlimited, 2912 MLK Avenue SE, Washington, D.C, (202) 563- 2242

Gospel Spreading Bible Bookstore, 2002 Georgia Avenue, Washington, DC, (202) 745-2665

John 3:16 Bookstore, 7953 Annapolis Road, Lanham, MD, (301) 459- 5999

The Soul Factory , 7702 Marlboro Pike , Forestville, MD 20747 , 301-772-7325


October 3, 2010 

Stone Mountain, GA

Atlanta Jamaican Association, Inc.



Free admission, Free food, Music

FUN and GAMES for the entire FAMILY


WADE WALKER PARK ~ Stone Mountain, GA



October 9, 2010 

Los Angeles, CA

The next breakfast forum features our next Congresswoman, Speaker Emeritus, Karen Bass) for a very special newsmaker, Congressman James Clyburn, to give a view of the national landscape for the mid-term elections.
Come out and hear what our community needs to discern to make informed decisions about the upcoming November elections.
10:30-12:30 a.m.

This forum will be held at: First A.M.E. Church - FAME Renaissance Building
1968 W. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90018
RSVP at urbanissuesforum@aol.com or by calling (323)789-6224 
The forum is FREE to the public, and A full brunch will be served
The Urban Issues Breakfast Forum is hosted by Author/Syndicated Columnist/Professor,
Dr. Anthony Asadullah Samad



October 15, 2010 

Miami, Florida


October 16, 2010 

Baltimore, Maryland

WPFW Town Hall in Baltimore this Saturday

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Local Station Board (LSB) of the listener-supported Jazz and Justice community radio station 89.3 FM is hosting a town hall at 2640 St. Paul St., Baltimore, MD 21218. Listeners, members, and activists from the Baltimore area are encouraged to come out and share how the station is currently serving you and how it can better serve you and your community.

It will also be an opportunity to meet station staff, and LSB members.

 Light refreshments will be served.


October 16, 2010 

Washington DC

The Tour Schedule flyer is below:


October 16, 2010 

North Brentwood, Maryland






October 23, 2010

Washington DC


The Yoga Retreat for Women of Color
Josephine Butler Parks Center - 2437 15th St NW

Hosted by Maya Breuer and Takeyah Young


Starting October 23, 2010

Atlanta, Georgia

Join Sistagraphy for the opening reception and artist talk for their exhibit "Autonomy: A Conversation With Self", exploring the notion of women's identities, lives and cultures. The exhibit will be at Southwest Arts Center from Oct 23 - Nov 27, 2010, in conjunction with the Fulton County Arts Council and Atlanta Celebrates Photography.

For more information, visit our website, www.sistagraphy.org


Sunday, October 24, 2010 

Washington, DC



October 24, 2010 

Philadelphia, PA


National Million Woman March (MWM)- The 2010 "From March To Movement" Community/Extended Family Event       



Creative Socially Conscience/Conscious Oriented  Africana/Black, Indigenous, Latina, Asiatic Women and Girls who want to share and showcase their work at the:


Million Woman March

"From March To Movement" 13th Year Anniversary Commemoration  and Official "Founders Convention" 2010


"Sistah Solidarity"

Roots, Rhythms, Rhymes, & Resistance 

A NU Weave and Inner Twinning of Culture, Art, and Self Determination for

Justice, Freedom, & Unity Fabrics

Oct. 24th 2010 

Philly, PA

"We Are Sisters" - Gottfried

  Representing Strength, Courage, Diviness, Originality, and the Continuation of Great Legacies  by way of Arts, Edu-tainment, & Spiritual Rejuvenation

Live performances from this event will be streamed for worldwide viewing and local broadcasting/coverage will be available!

Proceeds benefit the Million Woman Ministries "Sistahs & Justice" Prison Projects, MWM Lil' Sistahs & Saving Our Daughters  Programs    & Nu Africana Arts & Culture Development Programs


Visual and Performing Artistry demonstrating work in the Spirit of  Resistance, Reciprocity, Realism, and Resolutions
Poetry, Spoken Word, Film, Music, Drama, Dance, Storytelling, and Wearable Art

  To submit work for review or for more information contact:

National MWM via e-mail at: 

nationalmwm@aol.com   or  mwmovementempire@gmail.com

"...Diversity for the purpose of  Practical (real) Unity etc. and not for the purpose of Dilution."

(from MWM "Theories on Fundamental and Practical Unity" )

CONTACT:       nationalmwm@aol.com   or  mwmovementempire@gmail.com


October 26, 2010 

Washington, DC

The Caribbean Research and Policy Center (CRPC) 

Invite you to a symposium on "Financial Sector Reform in the Caribbean" 

 At the Inter-American Development Bank from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.  

1330 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC, and one block from Metro Center, 13th Street exit. 

Sir Courtney Blackman, Former Governor of the Bank of Barbados,  will be presenting a paper written sepcifically for the CRPC on this subject.  There will be a Panel which will include Sir Courtney (Presenter), two Discussants, and a Moderator.  Amb. Dr. Richard Bernal will be the Moderator.   We also anticipate full audience participation in the Q&A period.

You may view an Abstract of Sir Courney's paper on the CRPC Website (Events) at: www.caribbeanresearchandpolicycenter.org
Space is limited so RSVP and reserve your space early.  Further details will be provided to all confirmed attendees.
 RSVP to: Chairman-CRPC@msn.com


October 28, 2010 

Washington, DC

The IDB Cultural Center

Inter-American Lecture Series

presents Patti M. Marxsen’s short stories

Tales from

the Heart of Haiti

Educa Books, 2010

Books will be made available for sale and signing at the event by Portico Bookstore

Patti Marxsen will read from her collection of short stories, Tales from the Heart of Haiti, published earlier this year by Educa Vision, the premier Haitian-American publishing firm in the U.S.

Marxsen, who came to know Haiti in the 1990s through her association with Haiti’s Hospital Albert Schweitzer, speaks of the impetus for her stories as “my fascination with Haiti as a nation, a culture, and a land of contrasts dependent on foreign aid.  I began with the unfulfilled promise of Haitian Independence from France, in 1804, of Haiti as the first black republic prepared to control its own destiny in the wake of a stunningly successful slave revolution.”

In her stories, Marxsen presents a complex perspective of the Haitian people by writing of their interactions with those who come from somewhere else and try to help.  As we have seen in the months since the Earthquake of January 12, 2010, Haiti overflows with expatriates and missionaries.  But how much do foreign “helpers” see and know?  “Only when we allow ourselves to enter into that mysterious world of Haitian feeling, Haitian spirituality, Haitian loss, and Haitian violence do we begin to understand the boundaries and the connections,” Marxsen says.  “I have written these stories with the hope of understanding that particular ‘otherness’ that is sadly, beautifully, wildly, and proudly Haitian.”

In addition to her reading, Marxsen will address the current situation in Haiti by delineating the most urgent needs and by sharing her views on how international organizations can best help to meet those needs by deepening their understanding of Haitian history and culture.  In particular, she will raise questions about how NGOs and the Interim Commission for the Recovery of Haiti, co-chaired by former President Bill Clinton and Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive, have helped or hindered progress.  “I always go back to an invaluable piece of advice from the co-founder of Hospital Albert Schweitzer, Gwen Mellon. ‘Never forget, you are a guest in this country.’” With this advice in mind, Marxsen adds, “Guests behave differently than saviors.”

Patti Marxsen is a former French teacher and has served as a communications manager in several non-profit organizations in New England, including a Boston-base peace and justice institute. Her Haiti-related writings have been published in the Caribbean Writer, The French Review, the Journal of Haitian Studies, New Century Voices, and the Women’s Review of Books. In addition to Tales from the Heart of Haiti, she is the author of Island Journeys: Exploring the Legacy of France (2008), which includes an essay on Haiti. She is also a board member of the Haitian Studies Association and has played an active role in organizing the annual conference at Brown University, November 11-14, with the theme of “Haiti, History, and Healing: Facing the Challenges of Reconstruction.”  Marxsen lives in Switzerland with her husband, a retired surgeon.  www.pattimarxsen.net

This event is free, open to the public and held at the IDB’s Enrique V. Iglesias Conference Center, 2nd floor, 1330 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC, and one block from Metro Center, 13th Street exit.  Photo ID required.  Attire is business casual.  Seating is unreserved general admission, 380 seats.  202.623.3558   www.iadb.org/cultural



October 29, 30, 31, 2010 

New York Tri State Area



October 30, 2010 

Cheverly, Maryland



October 30, 2010 - November 1, 2010

Washington, DC

"REPREZENT" Howard Homecoming 2010 Caribbean International Extravaganza!!!

Saturday, October 30, 2010 at 9:00 PM
- to -
Monday, November 01, 2010 at 6:00 AM (ET)

2122 24TH PL
Washington, DC 20001

For Details Log on to:  Logon to www.matrixmedia1.com




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