Speakers left to right starting next to Takia: Mr. Santiago Morales, Mr. Rodney Conner, Mr. Norwood Johnson and Mr. Lonnie Hill discussed Domestic Violence, Bullying, and Conflict Resolution.
I pledge to uphold peace in the name of non-violence and I pledge to keep my brothers and sisters safe. I promise to seek the path of peace and to treat others with fairness and respect. I pledge to do this for the sake of humanity, so we can all live together in peace and harmony.
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Contact: Dr. Stephanie Myers
Black Women for Positive Change (BW4PC) was organized a delegation of 21 members and guests to attend 50th Anniversary Commemorative Events in Selma, Alabama. “We were pleased to have Black Women for Positive Change represented in Selma for the historic events. We were particularly glad to have Howard University Students and several teenagers in our delegation. It was great for young people to have this first-hand experience,” said Virginia Delegate Daun S. Hester and Dr. Stephanie E. Myers, National Co-Chairs, BW4PC, in a joint statement.
On Friday, March 6, 2015, Sister Mary Antona Ebo, a St. Louis native, civil rights pioneer, and one of the “Sisters of Selma,” was inducted into the Women’s Hall of Fame of the Voting Rights Museum and Institute in Selma, Alabama. Her cousins, Janell Mayo Duncan, a Maryland attorney, traveled to Selma with her daughter, Alexandra, to attend the ceremony. While in Selma, the three attended President Obama’s speech at the Edmund Pettus Bridge. “This was a once in a lifetime event and we were so proud to be there as our cousin, Sister Antona, received this honor,” said Janell Mayo Duncan. “We were also very inspired to witness President Obama’s speech at the Edmund Pettus Bridge.”