the past two years Mr.
Ashley G. Woodson,
CEO of Brotha
Ash Productions and member of the B-PEP
Planning Council, has graciously provided B-PEP with a web page.
This web page has served B-PEP well and the B-PEP Planning Council
is indebted to Mr. Woodson for his kind and generous contribution
the expanded and extensive work of the Black Political Empowerment
Project a full web site was needed and thanks to the work of
WNWA Inc. and its CEO, and new B-PEP Council member, Mr.
Steve Johnson that website has now
become a reality!
also to the contribution of B-PEP
Vice Chairperson, Celeste Taylor who
assisted in the overall design and content of the site.
NEW WEBSITE will feature the ongoing work of B-PEP, including
its Reclaim The Vote Initiative work that has received funding
from the Three Rivers Community Foundation and the Poise Foundation.
THE NEW WEBSITE will provide updates
on the Coalition Against Violence, a free standing initiative
which came out of the February 7, 2007 News Conference called by
B-PEP and One HOOD to address the fact that the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania had become number one in the nation with 'Black
on Black' violence. THE NEW WEBSITE
will feature the Coalition's document which includes 'A Community
Manifesto' and 'The Role of the Family', along with the full
document which will be unveiled by late March 2008 to identify a
wide variety of strategies designed to impact the violence in our
communities. THE NEW WEBSITE will
keep readers informed of the work of another initiative of B-PEP,
the Racial Equity Monitoring Project (REMP), funded by the Heinz
Endowments, which came out of the October 2, 2007 Racial Equity
and Empowerment Summit, hosted by Mayor Luke Ravenstahl, County
Executive Dan Onorato and the Racial Equity and Empowerment Summit
NEW B-PEP WEBSITE will keep readers informed of upcoming
B-PEP events, such as the Monday, March 3rd B-PEP Forum at
a the Homewood YMCA which features a conversation with newly
elected Councilman Rev. Ricky Burgess and an update on the work
of the various B-PEP initiatives. Another upcoming event featured
will be "B-PEP Jazz III" scheduled for Easter Monday,
March 24, 2008 at the Oakland Holiday Inn Select from 5:30 pm
to 11:30 pm, B-PEP's annual fundraiser.
Chairman and Founder Tim Stevens stated,
"It is the hope of the entire B-PEP Planning Council that
this new service will make the work of the Black Political Empowerment
Project, initiated on May 21, 1986, more accessible to the public,
and thus encouraging more partnerships, participation and support
for B-PEP's many initiatives!"
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Tim Stevens, Chairman
Celeste Taylor, Vice Chairperson
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