Sunday, September 18, 2016

The National Black Women's Political Convention 2016, Philadelphia, September 22-25

Posted by SendMeYourNews on July 28, 2016 at 7:10am in Bulletins

The Time Has come for Black Women To Unite, 
Be Well Organized, and To No Longer Be Exploited, Cooped, Compromised, Mesmerized, Deterred, or Hoodwinked By Anything or Anyone....
The Time Has Come To Honor Great Black Women Who Courageously and Unconditionally Lead  The Movements for Real Freedom & Justice.
In the Spirit of: 
Harriet Tubman, Fannie Lou Hamer, Ida B. Wells, Queen Mother Moore, Mamie Till, and a host of others           "Lest We Forget"
                         AND WE WILL MAKE SURE OF IT...

Calling Our "Mothers, Daughters, and Sisters of the(Freedom,  Justice & Liberation) Movements 
Take A Stand With Us and Help Represent Those Whose Voices Are Too Often Not Adequately Heard.  
Help Us Build With Our Brothers (Real Black Men), Our Families, and Communities Nationwide. 
Not Just in the Struggle for Civil Rights But  for Undeniable and Irrevocable HUMAN (& NATURAL) RIGHTS...
Help Us Build a New and Global Movement for Women and Girls of African Descent that will Independently Continue the Great Work and Legacies of Those (Freedom Fighters) Who Have Come Before Us, as Well as Those Who Are Among Us Today, and  In Preparation of Those Who Will Be Coming Tomorrow (In the Future) Represent 
The National Black Women's Political Convention 2016    will take place September 22-25, 2016 in Philly, PA
Delegates will be coming in from across the nation with 
  • Reports, Forums, & Workshops                                                       (Education, Incarceration,  Police and Governmental Terrorism,& Excessive Force, Gender Violence and Abuse, Manufacturing, Consumer Protection, Homelessness,  Reparations,               Finance, Wealth Building & Wealth Redistribution, Gentrification,,       Business & Entrepreneurship, Cultural Development, Land Acquisition, Farming/Agriculture Cooperative Endeavors, Health & Wellness, Children & Elders, Political Advancement, etc.
  • Proposed Action Plans  (Boycotts, Investments,Shifting of Dollars)
  • United Nations and African Union Briefings
  • Score Your Elected Official (Report Cards will be issued)
  • And more
This event is a Game Changer and the Beginning of a "NU Day"
To Be an Endorser, Presenter, Forum Partner, Advertiser, Exhibitor, or Volunteer contact:: 
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Spend Thanksgiving Weekend In Jamaica at The One World Ska & Rocksteady Music Festival, Kingston

As posted on TheBlackList:- Come Give Thanks In Jamaica - One World Ska & Rocksteady Music Festival, Kingston - Soon! 
Ska & Rocksteady Music Festival For Kingston
Kingston, Jamaica the birthplace of Ska and Rocksteady music, two of the most popular musical genres played around the world today, will host the 1st Annual One World Ska & Rocksteady Music Festival on Saturday and Sunday, November 26 and 27, 2016 at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre, in Kingston. Some of the leading entertainers of these two genres will be in performance from 3 PM to 3AM on the first day. A symposium on the originators of Jamaican music, two tours to Culcha Yard in Trench Town, and Downtown Kingston Music Heritage sites, and two documentaries on the genres will be on from 10 AM to 7 PM, on day 2.

Ska music, which was first played in 1963 by the Skatalites band in the Kingston recording studios, and night clubs, is today played by thousands of bands in the U.S.A., Europe, Japan, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and South America. It will be the first time a music festival of this kind will be held in the birthplace of the music.
 Artistes performing include The Skatalites (USA), Soweto Ska Band (Spain), Marcia Griffiths (Jamaica), B.B. Seaton and the Gaylads (UK), Sparrow Martin and Skasonic (Jamaica), Brooklyn Attractors (USA), Leroy Sibbles former lead singer of the Heptones (Jamaica), Hugh Roy, the King of the Jamaican toasters, Derrick Morgan, the King of Ska music (Jamaica), and Stranjah Cole (Jamaica). Also in performance are some emerging ska and rocksteady bands; Yard Beat, Earth Cry, and the Alpha School Band, made up of students of the school that produced many of Jamaica’s great musicians, such as Dizzy Reece, Harold “Little G” McNair, Joe Harriot, Tommy McCook, Don Drummond, and Rico Rodriguez. Sound system selectors are Dexter Campbell “the Ska Professor”, and Roy Black of KLAS the Saturday Night Alternative, two leading musicologists. Other acts are expected to perform.
The festival is a production of Sounds & Pressure Foundation, in association with Fiwi Productions Inc. The Jamaica Tourist Board, and National Integrity Action are the major sponsors. Other sponsors are KSAC/UNESCO Creative Cities, Knutsford Court, the Courtleigh, and Pegasus Hotels, Happy Ice, POWER 106, KOOL FM, The Gleaner Company, Happy Ice, and Jamaica Cultural Development Commission.

“The 1st Annual One World Ska & Rocksteady Music Festival is a tactical move of Sounds & Pressure Foundation to position Kingston as a cultural tourism destination, and we have been working on it now going three years. Jamaica is the only country apart from the United States that has given the world multiple musical genres, in Jamaica’s case, four popular genres, Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae, and Dancehall, and we believe this is of great cultural value as they all have impacted world culture. We therefore, want to bring world attention to Kingston, where Jamaica's popular music was born, and Ska, in particular has evolved into becoming far bigger and more accepted in several other countries, away from Jamaica,” stated festival director Julian “Jingles” Reynolds, CEO of both Sounds & Pressure Foundation, in Jamaica, and Fiwi Productions Inc. in the United States, at the festival launch recently in Kingston.

“Ska and rocksteady represents a great period of our renaissance…they are the cradle of that is bringing back something we have been losing in this society… and so to identify with a music festival that celebrates that beginning and accentuates the role that that particular period has played in the development of our civilization today is very, very critical to us in tourism……it is building out the music experience as a discrete product for the world to come and enjoy, and pay for,” stated Jamaica tourism minister, the Honourable Ed Bartlett. The launch was also addressed by the Minister of Culture and entertainment, the Honourable Olivia “Babsy” Grange.

Kingston, the capital city of Jamaica was designated last December a UNESCO Creative City for its music. Both the government of Jamaica, and the local government of Kingston, the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC) are expecting to see the city benefit from this drive of cultural tourism. It’s stated by the World Tourism Organization (WTO) that over 10 million music lovers travel the world annually attending music festivals. As visitors go to Jamaica this
Thanksgiving Holiday weekend in the United States, to absorb the music, culture, food and the people, let it be a great experience for all.

This year’s festival is dedicated to Clement “Coxsone” Dodd, Arthur “Duke” Reid, Cecil “Prince Buster” Campbell, Chris Blackwell, Don Drummond, Rico Rodriguez, Marcia Griffiths, and the Alpha Boys School, who have all made major contributions to the development of Jamaican music. Presentations will be made.

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