PROVIDENCE, RI - After months (and months and months) I finally updated my Listings Pages. If you regularly check in, then you’ll know that already - when I remember - I post the Rhode Island Young Professionals’ weekly E-news. But as of Saturday, September 15, 2007, I’ve posted updates and opportunities from the Rhode Island Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, CAPP-RI, The Jim Vincent Show, The Urban League of RI, The National Association of Black Journalists and more. Below I’ve provided you with a sample of what you’ll find. Be sure to check through all the sections - there’s new information under each of them…and more to come. Peace.
Events From Reza Rites: Art, music, youth, community, and activist events and announcements I’ve compiled with my readers in mind.
RIYP E-news: Events compiled by the Rhode Island Young Professionals
Opportunities, workshops, and contests compiled by Reza Rites for artists, filmmakers, grassroots leaders, students, etc.
Collie Buddz and Might Mystic
Saturday, Septermber 15
183 Iyanough Road, Rte. 28
Hyannis, MA 02601
Rhode Island Young Professionals
Friday, September 21, 2007
5:45 PM - 8:00 PM
Gilbane Buiding Company headquarters
7 Jackson Walkway in Providence
On Friday, September 21 at 5:45 PM, RIYP will hold its second membership orientation for the 2007 year. This will be your chance to meet some of the organization’s leadership and to become more familiar with and learn about RIYP’s local and national ties. It will also be a great time to hear about what RI-based company Gilbane does – professionally and in relation to RIYP. Refreshments will be on hand and there will be plenty of time to slow down and informally network after a long week of work. For more information about the event, email email@example.com to sign up for RIYP’s weekly updates, and contact the Vice President of RIYP, Reza C. Clifton, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 401-497-5246.
INHOUSE: SKETCHING REALITY.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2007
Johnson & Wales Multicultural Center
6:30 - 9:00 PM
FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED
To keep reading, click here
Providence Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Hosts:
50th Annual Ebony Fashion Fair: Glam Odyssey
September 27, 2007
Venus de Milo
For information contact 401-438-6316
The chairs of the LEAD mentoring programs are looking for mentees - African American girls in 6th,7th,8th grade. Applications are due 9/20. The process includes an interview with the girl and parent(s)/guardian(s).
LEAD is an after school program for African-American females ages 11 through 19 years of age, developed and run by NCBW-RI. Its purpose is to provide guidance and instruction to adolescent girls to assist them socially, emotionally, intellectually and culturally, to become strong, successful women.
To keep reading, click here