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The UM Women of Color Task Force
24th Annual Career Conference
Friday, March 3, 2006
7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Keynote Speaker: Pete Thomas,
NBC’s “The Biggest Loser”
50 Professional, Career and Personal Development Workshops
Exhibitors: UM Credit Union, Borders Express, Warm Spirit, and Out of Africa Clothing
Early and online registration begins on Monday, January 9, 2006 and closes on Wednesday, February 22, 2006.
Current UM staff, faculty and students: $55.00 (conference only)
$75.00 (conference and luncheon)
Non-UM registrants: $75.00 (conference only)
$95.00 (conference and luncheon)
Early registration closes on Wednesday, February 22, 2006
After that date, you may register onsite the day of the conference, on the Michigan League, Concourse Level.
|University of Michigan Sponsors
||Corporate & Community Sponsors
|Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
||UM Credit Union
|UM Human Resources and Affirmative Action
||Borders Express Briarwood Mall
|Michigan Healthy Community Initiative
||University Health Services
|Center for the Education of Women
|UMHS Community Health Services/MFit
||A Bone Marrow Wish Registry
Contact Janice Reuben,
WCTF Program Coordinator: 734-998-7080 / firstname.lastname@example.org .
ONLINE REGISTRATION AND WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS http://www.cew.umich.edu/
South Asian Progressive Alliance Presents...
YONI KI BAAT:
South Asian Vaginas Speak!
Saturday, February 11th at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, February 12th at 2:30 p.m.
Performances at East Quad R.C. on East University, Ann Arbor, MI
Tickets ($5) on sale THIS WEEK from 6-8 p.m. in the TAP ROOM!!!
All Proceeds will go to Apna Ghar in Chicago, Illinois. Apna Ghar is an Asian domestic violence shelter for women and children.
Interesting Web Sites
L. Nathaniel Rock, Publisher of African-American Opinion.com and it's African-American Opinion Blog announced the lauching of the websites today. Both the website and the BLOG will serve as an independent nonpartisan resource on trends in news and African-American (Black) public opinion.
It's a free online service that gives users the estimated value of a home, along with maps, aerial photos and a price sampling for other homes in the area. Zillow.com
Center for the Education of Women
Job Search Workshops
Mondays: January 23 – February 13
12:00 noon – 1:30 p.m.
CEW, 330 East Liberty Street
Your Job Search
4 consecutive Mondays: 12 noon-1:30 p.m.
January 23, January 30, February 6, February 13
Facilitated by CEW Senior Counselors
Pick up job search ideas from CEW counselors and others who are in the job market. Each week features a different topic. Come to one session or to all.
February 13: Negotiating the Job Offer -
Registration fee for this 4-session series is $20 and includes a copy of the CEW Job Search Handbook. Individual sessions are $10 each.
Space is limited. To register, call 998-7080.
Co-sponsored with the HR Recruitment and Career Services Office.
Center for the Education of Women
The University of Michigan
330 E. Liberty Ann Arbor, MI 48104-2289
734-998-7080 734-998-6203-fax www.cew.umich.edu
The Gender Impact of the
Michigan Civil Rights Initiative (MCRI)
Wednesday, February 15, 4:00 p.m. CEW, 330 E. Liberty
Presenter: Susan Kaufmann, Associate Director, Center for the Education
Following the 1996 passage in California of Proposition 209, a constitutional amendment virtually identical to the proposed Michigan Civil
Rights Initiative, women and girls experienced losses in a number of important areas. Susan Kaufmann will present her research on the gender
impact of Proposition 209 and the probable consequences for Michigan women
and girls if the Michigan Civil Rights Initiative (MCRI) were to pass.
Free but registration is requested, call
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The Gender Impact of the
Michigan Civil Rights Initiative (MCRI)
Slavery And The Making Of America,
Feb 9 & Feb 16
Coming to PBS on Feb. 9th and the 16th from 9PM to 11PM is the four part
series Slavery And The Making Of America, produced by Dante James, and
narrated by Morgan Freeman. Dante is an incredible filmmaker who has
produced many award wining films among them biographies on Marian Anderson
and A. Philip Randolph. He worked with the late great filmmaker Henry
Hampton at Blackside and was the executive producer of Hampton's last
series This Far By Faith: African American Spiritual Journeys.
Slavery And The Making Of America tells the story of slavery from the point
of view of the enslaved. The series recognizes the strength, humanity and
dignity of the enslaved and redefines them as pro-active
freedom fighters not passive victims.
It is essential to pass this email on to friends and family and encourage
them to watch. If we can create a large audience for this important series
PBS will be forced to produce and air more programs that address the
African-American experience. There are also two web sites for the series
Slavery And the Making Of America
Feb 9th and 16th from 9PM-11PM
I am convinced that if I had not had a wife with the fortitude, strength and calmness
of Coretta, I could not have stood up amid the ordeals and tensions surrounding the
Montgomery movement. I came to see the real meaning of that rather trite statement:
“A wife can either make or break a husband.” Coretta proved to be that type of wife
with qualities to make a husband when he could have been so easily broken. In the
darkest moments she always brought the light of hope.
– Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Internship& Scholarship Opportunities
DAPCEP Summer Program
2006 DAPCEP Summer Program Information will be Available in the DAPCEP Office and online after February 11th.
DAPCEP Web Site
African Women Public Service Fellowship
Wagner announces a call for applications for the African Women Public Service Fellowship, a fellowship program made possible by a donation from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation, which expands the opportunity for African women to prepare for public service in their home countries.
As fellows at NYU Wagner, African women study in one of two graduate programs:
Master of Public Administration or
Master of Science in Management of International Public Service Organizations.
The awards for either program will support tuition, housing, travel to and from the United States and a small stipend to cover books and miscellaneous expenses. Applicants commit to return to their respective home countries at the conclusion of the program with the goal of assuming a leadership position on the continent where they can meaningfully contribute to the challenges currently confronting Africa.
It Takes a Community to Sustain a Museum: Join Us!
February 1, 2006
Dear Colleagues, Friends, and Family,
It’s that time again. On behalf of the Black History Month Membership Drive Committee (BHMMDC) chaired by Judge Craig S. Strong, I would like to invite you to join us in our efforts to increase our Museum membership. This year’s campaign is “Driving Membership to the Max”.
The Kresge Foundation will award a $500,000.00 grant to the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History provided there are 20,000 members by June 30th. Currently the Museum only has 13,000 members. We desperately need you to become a member and join the Museum. The Charles H. Wright Museum is the largest African American History Museum in the United States, and it continues to grow. Each year it hosts visitors from all over the world and since its’ inception, thousands of children and adults have visited to view exhibitions and/or participate in various programs and community events.
The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History needs you now more than ever to either become one of the new members or renew your membership during Black History Month. Members will receive a unique set of benefits, a tax deduction, along with the personal satisfaction of knowing that your annual membership is helping support the largest African American History museum in the United States to meet its ongoing financial needs. You and your membership are the lifeblood of the Museum.
Please take a minute to view the link www.maah-detroit.org and visit the Museum through its’ website. There are several ways to complete the membership process. You may copy the application to mail to the Museum with your check or money order. Also, there is a link to submit an application electronically, which will transmit directly to the museum. Please indicate # 125 on your application, so that we may keep track of the responses that we get from this mailing. If there is anyone willing to collect memberships for us at your office, church, and community activities, or willing to host committee members to do so, let me know.
Again, we would like to thank you for your continued support, and remember that this is a tax-deductible contribution.
Lynne Crittendon -
Office of Child Support - Southeast Region 1145 W. Grand Blvd. Detroit , MI 48202
Black History Month Membership Committee
Hon. Lydia Nance-Adams, Juvetta Bell, Julius Bender, Joyce Brown, Atty. Delphia Burton, Ben Carter, Mark Carter, Leon Cohen, Lynne Crittendon, Francis Davis, Irene Davis, Margo Diomonde, Sherman Eaton, Victoria B. Edwards, Dennis Evans, Joy Farish, Barbara Favors, Kathy Frye, Atty. Wyatt Harris, Kim Hill, Ted Hunt, Joseph James, Mable Jones, Arthur Joy, Jacob Keli, Hon. Leonia Lloyd, Barbara Mapson, Bettie Martin, Hon. Greg Mathis, Vera Morgan, Mario Morrow, Oladipo Oyinsan, Ray Solomon, Hon. Craig S. Strong, Edward Thomas, Atty. Nathan Tounsel, Janice Turner, Rep. Mary Waters, Atty. Nikki Wright