LEAD BY EXAMPLE
God has given you a certain and particular skill set as he intentionally crafted you. You can use your skills and talents in many different ways. How about using them for healing and to influence a generation? Hell Rell Manghane explores what that looks like in this latest Me In a Minute.
MAKE IT THROUGH “They can say ain’t
things gonna change because they aren’t part of the change. In order to change something you’ve gotta change yourself” – Cory Abram. Sometimes we like to believe that in order to cope with negativity we must perpetuate more negativity. Cory Abram is not convinced that is the case. In order to change the negative outside of yourself, you must confront the negative inside of yourself. Break the cycle. Build a world.
BROTHER ON BROTHER UNITY “Black power means helping somebody. If you know somebody that’s doing something or you know somebody who needs that service, you turn them onto that.” The system is not set-up for a young brother to advance. We gotta use our God-given talents to create a legitimate hustle and serve one another in unity. Maal The Pimp
gives us a blueprint.
QUAN & LYRIC FREESTYLE Hip hop is expression. You express the streets if you’ve seen the streets. You express the
positive, the negative, anything really, because you first saw it.
UP ONE MINUTE, DOWN THE NEXT The same old same old isn’t working.
Jay Mac explores what it would like if we came together collectively to invest our resources to nourish Chattanooga into a healthier and growing city. Let’s come together to create a new sound.
THANKFUL FOR TODAY You
gotta figure out your legacy. Quan has figured out his. In the latest ‘Me in a Minute’, Quan Lollis tells us about the necessity to be both street smart and book smart and the impact it has on him being a role model for his family.
PROJECT TO A PALACE “I want to inspire people click here to find a way out of no way.” – Cho Chaser In the
latest ‘Me in a Minute’ Chattanooga’s own free it exam pdf Cho Chaser talks about the necessity of embracing the struggle in order to create a fuller picture of beauty.
To give money online to the work of Build Me A World, click here. Or call (423) 265-0586 and ask to give to “The Ceros Fund.” To talk about giving to the movement, call Chris Woodhull at (865) 661 4131. Or to save us commission fees,
send a check to: Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga 1270 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 Memo: The Ceros Fund
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D'Angelo Foster, as seen in the film, was ready with his 642-832 first batch of chocolate for the premiere of “Build Me a World.” The 11th-grade chocolatier won seed money to start his business at the first Howard School Entrepreneurship Competition last spring. After working all summer to get his business off the ground, he and his business partner Derelle Rochelle served their gourmet treats to an excited crowd. VCP-510
The Howard Summit followed the premiere of “Build Me a World” and gathered local leaders to discuss the future of The Howard School. Over pancakes, community members and leaders envisioned transforming The Howard School into a focal point of downtown that would better prepare students for college, but also for vocational and technical careers.
“Build Me a World: The Story of The Howard School,” was screened for a packed Tivoli Theatre on Thursday the 16th of August. Alongside the filmmakers, many of the kids featured in the film were able to discuss their role in the film in a question-and-answer session held after the movie. Fancy Rhino is very thankful and excited about how the film was received and the potential it holds. More screenings will be held in Chattanooga.
Freshmen enter Howard at a 3rd grade reading level. Help create a K-12 community at Howard to bridge the widening gap between elementary schools and high schools in our community. Email email@example.com to start the conversation. Shoot us your contacts, advice, and ideas. Or, just give us your email so we can keep you in the loop.
I started recording myself walking by accident and for about a year I continued. The footage built up until
I looked through it and realized how much of my life was found in these seemingly insignificant clips. I cherish this quirky record of my being and am thankful to be reminded why I love documenting life. I used this sketch to teach my kids at Howard that there are many ways to capture their stories. Hopefully they will one day appreciate these records of their existence they’re creating.
Great teachers are the magic ingredient at any school. Help create incentives for the best teachers to come to and stay at Howard and other schools like it.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to start the conversation. Shoot us your contacts, advice, and ideas. Or, just give us your email so we can keep you in the loop.
We are teaching students to tell their stories Canada Goose Constable Parka with photographs, audio recorders and video
cameras. It is our hope that each student involved will end this project knowing that when they speak, someone will listen. We are working hard to plant seeds that will, through painstaking care, blossom into a more dynamic relationship between the students of Howard and the larger community.
Tech programs have been largely abandoned in the last 15 years at Howard, and yet big tech employers are moving into the city. Help restore a historic strength
to the school and create post-graduate opportunities in the process. Email email@example.com to start the conversation. Shoot us your contacts, advice, and ideas. Or, just give us your email so we can keep you in the loop.