FEBRUARY BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS PHOTOS UPDATES:
Thursday, Feb. 21st : Be There Magazine Living Legacy Awards Celebration, sponsored by Russell Price,
Founder of the DMV Be There Magazine.
Some Honorees include: our own Peggy Morris (President & Founder, Sister4Sisters Network);
Donnell "Big Daddy" Gillespie (Harold Melvin's Bluenotes);
Kamil Ali (Ben's Chili Bowl); and Others
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Saturday, Feb. 23rd : 4Sisters LIVE TV/Internet Talk Show--Theme, "Black Migration" & Southern Cooking
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UPCOMING EVENTS: MARCH 2019:
WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH EVENTS:
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Wednesday, March 6, 2019 - 11:00 am
A REMINDER & PERSONAL INVITE:
to:
The Coppin State University's
Black History and Women's History Program
& Book Signing
Theme : Southern Cooking "Migrating" From The South
(Cooking Aspect of Black Southern Women)
 A SPECIAL TREAT :
I will bake my Signature Southern Bread Pudding w/my
Special Honey Butter Rum Sauce
to drizzle on top of the warm BP.
Coppin State University
2500 West North Avenue - Baltimore, Maryland 21216
The Parren J. Mitchell Room - (Library, Lower Level)
(Parking: Use Parking Lot off North Ave--Feed The Meter!)
( See Coppin Flyer Below For More Details )
 This Will Be A Wonderful Occasion!
 For more Info About the Event, Contact Dr. Bolden at ebolden@coppin.edu or Dr. Wanza at mwanza@coppin.edu.
Parking : Park in Visitors' Lot Off North Ave.--Feed The Meter -:)

Looking forward to seeing you there.
Hattie
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Aunt Hattie Scholarship Fund (AHSF).
As you are aware, the proceeds from my book sales go to the
AHSF to help with college expenses for our former foster
youth, and other Maryland foster youth, who have aged out
of the foster care system and endeavors to go to college.
To Donate Directly to the Aunt Hattie Scholarship Fund (AHSF)
at Coppin S tate University,
(and/or Contact Tara Turner, 410-951-3825)
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Tuesday, March 12th :

"Author For The Day”
on
“See Ya On The Net Promotion Training Group” Website
Fellow Authors from that internet group can ask me any questions
for support and assistance; as well, they can give comments about
my books or their books all day on Tuesday, March 12th.

I invite my Y ou , my “Village Support Team”, to go to My Facebook Page
and join in the conversation on “ See Ya On The Net” Group.
Like and write a Comment (Or "Friend" Me first before March 12th,
if you are not on my FB; Then, you can join in on the conversation.

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Wednesday, March 20th (6:30 pm - 8:00 pm)
Speaker/Presenter & Book Signing for the
PRO VOICE/PRO VOZ
DMV Gathering in the Nations' Capitol
(Invited By Ambassador Sujay, President & Founder)

2019 THEME: WELLNESS & WEALTH ....
Powerful Speakers/Presenters, Amazing Dialogue, and
Intriguing Interviews with Diverse Women Leaders

  PRO VOICE/PRO VOZ
is Leading the Nation In Meeting the Needs of
Multi-Cultural Women Leaders
at:
FRASER MANSION
170l 20th STREET, NW
Washington DC 20009

To attend, RSVP to: provoicemovement@gmail.com by March 15th .
For more information & to join, visit: www.provoiceinternational.org .
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Friday, March 21st :
Speaking/Networking & Book Signing at the
Power Women Networking Conference;
Marriott North in Indianapolis, IL
(Invited by: Diane Smith, Author of “Unstoppable” and
President & Founder of HappiMinds Foundation);
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Sunday, March 24th: 5 - 7 pm :
An Honoree Recipient Of A Legacy Leader Change-Maker Award
at a
Documentary Trailer Viewing and a
Friend-Raising/Fund-Raiser Reception,
given by:
  RE SISTER HOOD

In honor of March Women’s History Month, the Women's Alliance for Democracy and Justice will Honor Change-Makers in Maryland
for their contributions to the community
(Dr. Hattie N. Washington, Catherine Leggett, Jenifer Pauliukonis,
Liz Branch, Cynthia Schneider, Cecelia Plante, and Kadida V. Doumbia)
 
Come meet the honorees and the creative mind behind the
RE SISTER HOOD Documentary,
Cheryl J. Crim, an award-winning independent filmmaker who
is in the final stages of creating this powerful documentary.

Cheryl will share the film’s trailer, describe plans for its release,
and explain how we each can contribute to this empowering and impactful effort.
 
[The activists’ stories in the RESISTERHOOD documentary will no doubt galvanize and impassion you to become an even more active participant
in our democracy and to join in the fight for the future for our county and
the values on which it was built.] 

  WHERE : :
At the Home of Nadine & Greg Mort
Great Ease
320 Ashton Rd,
Ashton, Md 20861
(Montgomery Co., MD)

To attend, RSVP by March 20th to Brooke Carroll ( bcarroll14@verizon.net ).
https://www.resisterhooddoc.com/
Click Here For Flyer