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Published by MyKingstonKids, 2019-11-25 13:43:01

Black History Month Kingston 2019

BHMK-Guide2019

...Because every child
deserves a childhood

Astor Services for Children & Families is a community-based,
non-profit organization that provides children’s mental health
services, child welfare services, and early childhood development

programs. Astor serves children and families in New York
State’s Mid-Hudson Valley region and the Bronx.

6339 Mill Street, Rhinebeck, NY 12572 | (845) 871-1000
www.astorservices.org

mykk

The Kingston Land Trust supports

Black History Month Kingston

We protect and create access to socially and environmentally
significant land for the common good

845.877.5263 [email protected]
KingstonLandTrust.org Facebook.com/KingstonLandTrust

for
heritage

We proudly celebrate and honor
the rich legacy of Africans and
African-Americans in Ulster County.

SEEK FOR
YOURSELF.

ulstercountyalive.com



community dinner

Join us for monthly Nonprofits TALK founder
workshops that target Susan J. Ragusa is a
common challenges and consultant, trainer and
facilitate communication facilitator with a passion
and collaboration among for sharing information
nonprofit peers. and anticipating trends
that impact nonprofits.

susanjragusa.com

The Conference on Black History in the Hudson Valley

Saturday, July 27, 2019 Join the Hudson River Maritime Museum
& the Library at the A.J. Williams-Myers
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM African Roots Community Center for this all
-day event featuring speakers from across
Hudson River Maritime Museum the region discussing Black history in the
50 Rondout Landing Hudson Valley from all historical eras. Held
Kingston, NY 12401 at the Hudson River Maritime Museum in
Kingston, NY.

Now accepting conference proposals.
Visit www.hrmm.org/black-history-
conference for application details.
Registration opens to the public in May,
2019.

For more information, including
sponsorship opportunities, email
[email protected]









Justice is possible.
Join the movement.

housing justice - Criminal Justice Reform
Ending The School To Prison Pipeline

It is certain, in any case, that ignorance, allied with power,
is the most ferocious enemy justice can have. - James Baldwin

Join us at our
Black History Month Event

February 26, 2018 @ 6:30PM

BLACK
PRIDE

A.J. Williams-Myers African Roots Library
43 Gill St, Kingston NY

www.RiseUpKingston.org
140 Tremper Avenue Kingston NY 12401

phone: 845 - 383 - 1947





FORMER PROSECUTORS.
DECADES OF SUCCESS.

CALL US TODAY OR CONTACT US
TO SCHEDULE AN INITIAL,
FREE CONSULTATION

273Wall St. Suite 201, Kingston, NY 12401
845-331-1141

[email protected]

 

 

Proudly Supports
Black History

Month

YMCA of Kingston and Ulster County, FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
507 Broadway, FOR HEALTHY LIVING
FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILTY
Kingston, NY 12401
PH 845-338-3810
ymcaulster.org

BUILDING
COMMUNITY

with shared vision, inspiring leaders,
and community organizers
celebrating our diversity and strength

One more way RUPCO is BUILDING for EVERYONE

www.rupco.org/Building-for-Everyone

The Hudson Valley Farm Hub
is pleased to support

Black History Month Kingston

Located in the Hurley Flats of Ulster County,
the Hudson Valley Farm Hub is a

non-profit center for farmer training,
demonstration, and agricultural research.

www.hvfarmhub.org

texas road

BWahnekreMYaottuers.

Bank with US and strengthen your community’s growth.

We are proud to Helping Community Changes Lives.
support Black
History Month MILLIONS DONATED. THOUSANDS HELPED.
Kingston.
Locations throughout the Hudson Valley
866.440.0391 / UlsterSavings.com

EQUAL HOUSING LENDER / MEMBER FDIC

Black
Stories
Matter

A TMI Project Initiative

AMPLIFYING VOICES.
RAISING AWARENESS.
TAKING ACTION.

Black History Month Events

BLACK STORIES MATTER: BLACK STORIES MATTER
AN EVENING OF STORIES STORYTELLING WORKSHOP
FROM ACROSS GENERATIONS

SATURDAY, FEB. 16TH 7PM SUNDAY, FEB. 17TH 1PM - 3PM
African Methodist Episcopal The Library at the A.J. Williams-
Zion Church of Kingston Myers African Roots Center
26 Franklin Street︱Kingston, NY 43 Gill Street︱Kingston, NY
Join TMI Project for the first ever
intergenerational production of Black Join TMI Project workshop leaders
Stories Matter. The performance will Micah Blumenthal and Dara Lurie for
feature radically candid true stories a Black Stories Matter open-house
from local people of color, from high writing workshop. Learn the basic
school students to respected elders principles of the TMI Project storytelling
and many in between. methodology and be guided through
experiential writing exercises in this
To RSVP, visit blackstoriesmatter. free workshop. We recommend that
eventbrite.com you join us for the Black Stories Matter
performance on Saturday, Feb. 16th
prior to taking this workshop.

To RSVP, visit
blackstoriesmatterworkshop.
eventbrite.com

tmiproject.org/blackstoriesmatter


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