Attention Chicago Organizers/Activists -- Can We Get Together And Network Tuesday November 16th, When Its Not a Crisis, Prayer Vigils And Marches, Or Funerals

From: Mark S. Allen, Board Member of The Black Wall Street-Chicago Project, and founder/president of The Black Leadership Development Institute, BLDI taking some leadership and appealing to Chicago area activists and organizers working on behalf of our youth that we get together, meet and greet or network with each other outside of our usual meeting places at crisis events, responding to violence, attending marches and prayer vigils and funerals.

Black Wall Street - Chicago 


"Together We Are Stronger"


"Together We Can Make A Difference"


Networking and Connecting Event

for Youth Organizers and Leaders 

Mid-America 11/16 Invite


Mid-America Club
200 East Randolph
80th Floor
Chicago, IL

Driving Directions

Tuesday November 16, 2010 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM CST
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This is a FREE event with an OPEN BAR.  (Be responsible and safe.)  Parking is $6.00 for the event and, upon registration, we will send you parking instructions.

Don't forget to invite your friends.
BLACK WALL STREET - CHICAGO looks forward to connecting and networking with you.

Sonja Perdue
Executive Director
Black Wall Street - Chicago
(312) 239-8835

Register Now! 

Dear Friend: 
We Are Stronger" and "Together We Can Make A Difference" is the battle
cry of Black Wall Street-Chicago (BWS-C) as we reach out to enhance the
quality of life, for our youth, across the City of Chicago.
BWS-C recognizes that NOT ONE of our
organizations can stand alone today, on the frontline, of this battle,
to save our children.   Our children must be ALIVE, AWARE, PROTECTED AND
PREPARED -- NOW -- in order for them to have a better tomorrow.

is in the process of creating a system of support, resources
and communications designed to strengthen the services provided by your agency. 

we network-to-connect, BWS-C envisions that no youth will fall through
the cracks because of a lack of services, resources, and/or information,
from the many youth organizations in the City of Chicago.

We are not here to service these agencies, directly, but to uplift them, as they provide outreach services to our youth.  
you RSVP, for this event, we will forward a survey to your
organization, asking you to outline the services that you provide for
youth.  This information will be shared with the other attendees (via a
directory for handout that evening). 

It is
our vision, that as you network that evening, that you find that
connection to take your community service, to the next level of success.

Ron Carter
Black Wall Street - Chicago
(312) 624-8351

Mark S. Allen
Board Member
Black Wall Street-Chicago

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