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#MovementMonday #HAUL #HAULHW #health #wellness #community #movement #houston #HTX #mentalhealth #kindness #awareness #HealthInitiative #HAUL51 #UrbanLeague #selfcare #preparation #QOTD #MondayMotivation #MotivationMonday #truth #wisdom

Literally and Figuratively. . . . . . . . . . #MovementMonday #HAUL #HAULHW #health #wellness #community #movement #houston #HTX #mentalhealth #kindness #awareness #HealthInitiative #HAUL51 #UrbanLeague #selfcare #preparation #QOTD #MondayMotivation #MotivationMonday #truth #wisdom - 1 hour ago

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@urbanleague864 invites you to join us for our upcoming Project Ready/Mentor 5 events. 
#mentor #mentorship #mentor2excellence #mentoring #mentoringmatters #mentoringprogram #urbanleague #yeahthatgreenville #greenvillesc #greenvillecommunity #reach #blackhistorymonth #projectready #mentor5 #mentor6 #betterbusinessbureau

@urbanleague864 invites you to join us for our upcoming Project Ready/Mentor 5 events. #mentor #mentorship #mentor2excellence #mentoring #mentoringmatters #mentoringprogram #urbanleague #yeahthatgreenville #greenvillesc #greenvillecommunity #reach #blackhistorymonth #projectready #mentor5 #mentor6 #betterbusinessbureau - 2 hours ago

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We had a great time on Friday February 14 with the @urbanleaguemke at our "If You Love Me, Let Me Read To You" event! Students from our adopted school Auer Avenue School took volunteers to their classrooms and read aloud to them. Reading aloud is proven to help with reading comprehension  and fluency. This is the soft launch of our literacy program initiative. Thank you to the Auer Avenue staff, and a special appreciation to our Milwaukee Urban League Guild President, Cynthia Stokes-Murray, for spearheading this event! 
#MUL #MULYP #Literacy #UrbanLeague  #EmpoweringCommunities #ChangingLives #Education #Employment #EconomicVibrancy #Equity #BlackExcellence

We had a great time on Friday February 14 with the @urbanleaguemke at our "If You Love Me, Let Me Read To You" event! Students from our adopted school Auer Avenue School took volunteers to their classrooms and read aloud to them. Reading aloud is proven to help with reading comprehension and fluency. This is the soft launch of our literacy program initiative. Thank you to the Auer Avenue staff, and a special appreciation to our Milwaukee Urban League Guild President, Cynthia Stokes-Murray, for spearheading this event! #MUL #MULYP #Literacy #UrbanLeague #EmpoweringCommunities #ChangingLives #Education #Employment #EconomicVibrancy #Equity #BlackExcellence - 2 hours ago

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Can't wait to see all you guys at this years show June 13 & 14 in Duluth, GA Infinite Energy, Doors open at 10:00am.
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#ulgatl #africanAmericans #empower #achievement #selfReliance #civilRights #power #education #workForce #homeOwnership #wealth #wealthCreation #entrepreneurship #socialWork #advocacy #equalOpportunity #equalAccess #atlanta #atl #i365  #youngprofessionals #naturbanleague #urbanleague #youngblackandgifted #blackprofessionals #leadership #blackamerica  #givingback #community #volunteers#i365

Can't wait to see all you guys at this years show June 13 & 14 in Duluth, GA Infinite Energy, Doors open at 10:00am. - - #ulgatl #africanAmericans #empower #achievement #selfReliance #civilRights #power #education #workForce #homeOwnership #wealth #wealthCreation #entrepreneurship #socialWork #advocacy #equalOpportunity #equalAccess #atlanta #atl #i365 #youngprofessionals #naturbanleague #urbanleague #youngblackandgifted #blackprofessionals #leadership #blackamerica #givingback #community #volunteers #i365 - 5 hours ago

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The February 18 Spring Primary election is TOMORROW. There are several contested races on the ballot. Swipe ⬅⬅to see.
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✅ Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice
✅Milwaukee County Executive
✅ City of Milwaukee Mayor
✅ Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Branch 5
✅ Common Council (Alderwoman and Alderman) by District
✅ City of Milwaukee Comptroller
✅ City of Milwaukee Treasurer
✅ City of Milwaukee Attorney
✅ Milwaukee County Supervisors for Districts 4,6, and 11
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Be sure to head over to www.myvote.wi.gov to see your February sample ballot, and your polling location. Don't forget to take your photo ID with you to the polls on February 18. 
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**The Milwaukee Urban League Young Professionals are a nonpartisan organization. We are prohibited from endorsing a candidate or party. We endorse and stand behind the issues, to ensure voter awareness, voter registration, and voter participation. **
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#MULYP #WeMustVote #Elections #February18 #UrbanLeague #Milwaukee #Wisconsin #Engagement #PoliticalAdvocacy #Forum #Jobs #Justice #Housing #WeThePeople #VoterRegistration #SpringPrimary #YoungProfessionals #NULYP  #MakeBlackCount #2020Census

The February 18 Spring Primary election is TOMORROW. There are several contested races on the ballot. Swipe ⬅⬅to see. _____________________________________________ ✅ Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice ✅Milwaukee County Executive ✅ City of Milwaukee Mayor ✅ Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Branch 5 ✅ Common Council (Alderwoman and Alderman) by District ✅ City of Milwaukee Comptroller ✅ City of Milwaukee Treasurer ✅ City of Milwaukee Attorney ✅ Milwaukee County Supervisors for Districts 4,6, and 11 _____________________________________________ Be sure to head over to www.myvote.wi.gov to see your February sample ballot, and your polling location. Don't forget to take your photo ID with you to the polls on February 18. _____________________________________________ **The Milwaukee Urban League Young Professionals are a nonpartisan organization. We are prohibited from endorsing a candidate or party. We endorse and stand behind the issues, to ensure voter awareness, voter registration, and voter participation. ** _____________________________________________ Photo cred: WNOV 860 + Milwaukee Courier _____________________________________________ #MULYP #WeMustVote #Elections #February18 #UrbanLeague #Milwaukee #Wisconsin #Engagement #PoliticalAdvocacy #Forum #Jobs #Justice #Housing #WeThePeople #VoterRegistration #SpringPrimary #YoungProfessionals #NULYP #MakeBlackCount #2020Census - 6 hours ago

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Visit our website for information on how to get involved and grow your business.
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#ulgatl #africanAmericans #empower #achievement #selfReliance #civilRights #power #education #workForce #homeOwnership #wealth #wealthCreation #entrepreneurship #socialWork #advocacy #equalOpportunity #equalAccess #atlanta #atl #i365  #youngprofessionals #naturbanleague #urbanleague #youngblackandgifted #blackprofessionals #leadership #blackamerica  #givingback #community #volunteers#i365

Visit our website for information on how to get involved and grow your business. - - #ulgatl #africanAmericans #empower #achievement #selfReliance #civilRights #power #education #workForce #homeOwnership #wealth #wealthCreation #entrepreneurship #socialWork #advocacy #equalOpportunity #equalAccess #atlanta #atl #i365 #youngprofessionals #naturbanleague #urbanleague #youngblackandgifted #blackprofessionals #leadership #blackamerica #givingback #community #volunteers #i365 - 9 hours ago

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It may be a holiday, but our office is open and ready to serve you. Please stop by or give us a call at (205) 326-0162.  #BUL #Birmingham #UrbanLeague

It may be a holiday, but our office is open and ready to serve you. Please stop by or give us a call at (205) 326-0162. #BUL #Birmingham #UrbanLeague - 10 hours ago

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🥇🏆🏐 Первый совместный турнир)🏐🥇🏆
Кажется у нашей пары есть перспективы в пляжке.
Спасибо  организаторам @urban_league_cbv 
Вот и наступил новый сезон пляжного волейбола от Urban league. ☀ 
#волейбол #любительскийволейбол #командамикс #микс #турнир #Urbanleague #urban #volleyball

🥇🏆🏐 Первый совместный турнир)🏐🥇🏆 Кажется у нашей пары есть перспективы в пляжке. Спасибо организаторам @urban_league_cbv Вот и наступил новый сезон пляжного волейбола от Urban league. ☀ #волейбол #любительскийволейбол #командамикс #микс #турнир #Urbanleague #urban #volleyball - 12 hours ago

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We are under 50 days away from Census Day 2020! As you may or may not know, the way each state receives government funding for essential services and programming is determined by Census results every 10 years. Now is our chance to make sure that enough resources are allocated to our community for the next decade! 
Join us in our #MakeBlackCount T-Shirt Giveaway and earn a free T-Shirt by following the steps below: 
1. Follow @seaurbanleague on Instagram or like our Facebook page

2. Pledge to Count by texting "@ULMS Census" to 520-14

3. Create a post with the Pledge to Count card we send to you (after you make the pledge) using the hashtag #MakeBlackCount

4. Tag two friends and ULMS in your post! 
Complete the steps and we will send you our custom #MakeBlackCount T-Shirt! 
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#WereHere #WeCount #MakeBlackCount #2020Census #UrbanLeague #WeCountKingCounty #CensusDay

We are under 50 days away from Census Day 2020! As you may or may not know, the way each state receives government funding for essential services and programming is determined by Census results every 10 years. Now is our chance to make sure that enough resources are allocated to our community for the next decade! Join us in our #MakeBlackCount T-Shirt Giveaway and earn a free T-Shirt by following the steps below: 1. Follow @seaurbanleague on Instagram or like our Facebook page 2. Pledge to Count by texting "@ULMS Census" to 520-14 3. Create a post with the Pledge to Count card we send to you (after you make the pledge) using the hashtag #MakeBlackCount 4. Tag two friends and ULMS in your post! Complete the steps and we will send you our custom #MakeBlackCount T-Shirt! All submissions must be complete by April 1st, 2020. . . . #WereHere #WeCount #MakeBlackCount #2020Census #UrbanLeague #WeCountKingCounty #CensusDay - 23 hours ago

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#FunnyStory I was trying to get to an #UrbanLeague event and the half-marathon wouldn't let me be great or let me get back home, so I'm having Brunch on my own. 🤷🏾‍♀️

#FunnyStory I was trying to get to an #UrbanLeague event and the half-marathon wouldn't let me be great or let me get back home, so I'm having Brunch on my own. 🤷🏾‍♀️ - 1 day ago

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Dr. Anderson spoke to the Urban League Guild of Metropolitan St. Louis about suicide prevention and demonstrated the Copow app. Thank you #ULSTL for your warm reception and insightful questions! #UrbanLeague Check out their page: https://www.facebook.com/ulstl1918/

Dr. Anderson spoke to the Urban League Guild of Metropolitan St. Louis about suicide prevention and demonstrated the Copow app. Thank you #ULSTL for your warm reception and insightful questions! #UrbanLeague Check out their page: https://www.facebook.com/ulstl1918/ - 2 days ago

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We are paving the way to teach the future generations in #Newark to code. #Tickets still available for our 2020 R.E.D. Dinner @Nanina's In The Park in Belleville, NJ on February 20th. #Newark #ULEC #UrbanLeague #Donate #AfricanAmerican #Community #Blackamerica #NewJersey #Essexcounty #notforprofit #Verizon #Corporatecitizen #NewarkEvents

We are paving the way to teach the future generations in #Newark to code. #Tickets still available for our 2020 R.E.D. Dinner @Nanina 's In The Park in Belleville, NJ on February 20th. #Newark #ULEC #UrbanLeague #Donate #AfricanAmerican #Community #Blackamerica #NewJersey #Essexcounty #notforprofit #Verizon #Corporatecitizen #NewarkEvents - 2 days ago

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Pictured is the Nash House, located at 36 Nash St (formerly Potter St) in the Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor. Built in 1892, this Queen Anne style home was once the longtime residence of the Rev. J. Edward Nash, Sr., one of the most pivotal figures in African American history in Buffalo. Rev. Nash served from 1892 until 1953 as the pastor of the nearby Michigan Street Baptist Church, a historic African American church built in 1845 that played a key role in the Underground Railroad. The son of former slaves, Rev. Nash was born in 1868 in Occoquan, VA. He had little formal education before entering Wayland Seminary (Virginia Union University today), where he received a Bachelor of Divinity Degree in 1892. From there, he moved to Buffalo, taking over as Pastor of Michigan Street Baptist Church at the age of 24 – the beginning of a storied 61 years of ministry. Rev. Nash viewed the church as a center for the social justice movement, leading to it playing a central role in the organization of many civil rights activities in Western New York in the first half of the 20th century. Known across the state – and the nation – Rev. Nash had great influence in the local political scene, earning the respect and friendship of numerous elected officials. In 1910, he hosted noted African American educator, author and orator Booker T. Washington on a visit to Buffalo. Many other nationally-known African American leaders visited Rev. Nash in Buffalo, and most stayed as guests at his home. Rev. Nash played a crucial role in establishing a Buffalo presence for the NAACP in 1915 and the Urban League in 1927. He retired in 1953 and passed away in 1957. His widow, Frances, remained in the home until she passed away in 1987. Rev. Nash’s son, Jesse, owned the home after his mother passed away. His father’s quarters and study were left almost completely untouched after he passed away. In 1999, members of the Michigan Street Preservation Corp. toured the home and were amazed at what they found. It was then that they decided this community treasure needed to be preserved, and thus was born the Nash House Museum, which opened in Rev. Nash’s former home in 2007.

Pictured is the Nash House, located at 36 Nash St (formerly Potter St) in the Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor. Built in 1892, this Queen Anne style home was once the longtime residence of the Rev. J. Edward Nash, Sr., one of the most pivotal figures in African American history in Buffalo. Rev. Nash served from 1892 until 1953 as the pastor of the nearby Michigan Street Baptist Church, a historic African American church built in 1845 that played a key role in the Underground Railroad. The son of former slaves, Rev. Nash was born in 1868 in Occoquan, VA. He had little formal education before entering Wayland Seminary (Virginia Union University today), where he received a Bachelor of Divinity Degree in 1892. From there, he moved to Buffalo, taking over as Pastor of Michigan Street Baptist Church at the age of 24 – the beginning of a storied 61 years of ministry. Rev. Nash viewed the church as a center for the social justice movement, leading to it playing a central role in the organization of many civil rights activities in Western New York in the first half of the 20th century. Known across the state – and the nation – Rev. Nash had great influence in the local political scene, earning the respect and friendship of numerous elected officials. In 1910, he hosted noted African American educator, author and orator Booker T. Washington on a visit to Buffalo. Many other nationally-known African American leaders visited Rev. Nash in Buffalo, and most stayed as guests at his home. Rev. Nash played a crucial role in establishing a Buffalo presence for the NAACP in 1915 and the Urban League in 1927. He retired in 1953 and passed away in 1957. His widow, Frances, remained in the home until she passed away in 1987. Rev. Nash’s son, Jesse, owned the home after his mother passed away. His father’s quarters and study were left almost completely untouched after he passed away. In 1999, members of the Michigan Street Preservation Corp. toured the home and were amazed at what they found. It was then that they decided this community treasure needed to be preserved, and thus was born the Nash House Museum, which opened in Rev. Nash’s former home in 2007. - 2 days ago

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Первый турнир по пляжному волейболу второго круга #urbanleague  3 место милд.

Первый турнир по пляжному волейболу второго круга #urbanleague 3 место милд. - 2 days ago

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Black History Month Highlight: Pat Walker Locke, USMA '80,' Pat was among the first class of women to graduate from the Academy. By order of merit, she is the first African-American woman to graduate from West Point. Commissioned as an Air Defense Officer, Pat embarked on a career in the U.S. Army giving her opportunity to command, work in the Army’s Human Resource Command, and serve on the Army Staff in the Pentagon. Pat retired from active duty service in 1995.

Black History Month Highlight: Pat Walker Locke, USMA '80,' Pat was among the first class of women to graduate from the Academy. By order of merit, she is the first African-American woman to graduate from West Point. Commissioned as an Air Defense Officer, Pat embarked on a career in the U.S. Army giving her opportunity to command, work in the Army’s Human Resource Command, and serve on the Army Staff in the Pentagon. Pat retired from active duty service in 1995. - 3 days ago

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Repost by @tmulyp
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Today's the final day to vote early for the Tuesday February 18 election. 
If you're unable to vote today be sure to get out the vote on Tuesday February 18, polls are open from 7:00am-8:00pm. ➡➡Swipe to see the contested races that you'll find on your ballot. Be sure to take your Photo ID with you as well.

Photo Credit: WNOV

#UrbanLeague #MULYP #Milwaukee #WeMustVote #Elections #2020Census #Advocacy #OurVoices #OurRight #Engagement #Community

Repost by @tmulyp ——— Today's the final day to vote early for the Tuesday February 18 election. If you're unable to vote today be sure to get out the vote on Tuesday February 18, polls are open from 7:00am-8:00pm. ➡➡Swipe to see the contested races that you'll find on your ballot. Be sure to take your Photo ID with you as well. Photo Credit: WNOV #UrbanLeague #MULYP #Milwaukee #WeMustVote #Elections #2020Census #Advocacy #OurVoices #OurRight #Engagement #Community - 3 days ago

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#UrbanLeague of #STL salute, LeVar Burton (actor)

Multi-talented actor LeVar Burton is probably best known for his role as Lieutenant Commander Geordi Laforge, the blind chief engineer, in, Star Trek: The Next Generation. He is also host and coproducer of the long running, Emmy-winning Public Broadcasting System’s educational series, Reading Rainbow, and many will remember him as “Kunta Kinte,” a slave tortured into giving up his African identity in Roots, a 1976 television miniseries that broke viewing records and inspired a national discussion on the issue of race.
Burton had been plucked from drama school for his role in Roots, and that miniseries, with its incredible impact, made him a household name. However, his identity as Kinte almost turned into an albatross around his neck; he feared never having an identity outside that of Kinte. For several years in the late 1970s and early 1980s it seemed that this might be the case. However Burton did eventually build a new public identity beginning with his debut on Reading Rainbow in 1983, and culminating with the massive success of Star Trek: The Next Generation.

#ULSTL #ULMovement #ULBlackHistory

#SaveOurSons #SOS #Jobs

#Nonprofit  #GiveBack #Volunteer 
#Donate #HelpingOthers #Education 
#DoGood #Philanthropy #MakeADifference 
#Inspire  #Volunteering #Causes

#CommunityService #Community #MyCommunity

#Donation #ChangeMakers #ChampionofChange

#UrbanLeague of #STL salute, LeVar Burton (actor) Multi-talented actor LeVar Burton is probably best known for his role as Lieutenant Commander Geordi Laforge, the blind chief engineer, in, Star Trek: The Next Generation. He is also host and coproducer of the long running, Emmy-winning Public Broadcasting System’s educational series, Reading Rainbow, and many will remember him as “Kunta Kinte,” a slave tortured into giving up his African identity in Roots, a 1976 television miniseries that broke viewing records and inspired a national discussion on the issue of race. Burton had been plucked from drama school for his role in Roots, and that miniseries, with its incredible impact, made him a household name. However, his identity as Kinte almost turned into an albatross around his neck; he feared never having an identity outside that of Kinte. For several years in the late 1970s and early 1980s it seemed that this might be the case. However Burton did eventually build a new public identity beginning with his debut on Reading Rainbow in 1983, and culminating with the massive success of Star Trek: The Next Generation. #ULSTL #ULMovement #ULBlackHistory #SaveOurSons #SOS #Jobs #Nonprofit #GiveBack #Volunteer #Donate #HelpingOthers #Education #DoGood #Philanthropy #MakeADifference #Inspire #Volunteering #Causes #CommunityService #Community #MyCommunity #Donation #ChangeMakers #ChampionofChange - 3 days ago

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Sharing and spreading love, a smile, and positive vibes from the Milwaukee Urban League Young Professionals. 
#MULYP #UrbanLeague #Milwaukee #Love365 #ForTheMovement #YP #BeTheMovement #LoveDay #ValentinesDay #Service #YoungProfessionals #Leadership

Sharing and spreading love, a smile, and positive vibes from the Milwaukee Urban League Young Professionals. #MULYP #UrbanLeague #Milwaukee #Love365 #ForTheMovement #YP #BeTheMovement #LoveDay #ValentinesDay #Service #YoungProfessionals #Leadership - 3 days ago

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Today's the final day to vote early for the Tuesday February 18 election. 
If you're unable to vote today be sure to get out the vote on Tuesday February 18, polls are open from 7:00am-8:00pm. ➡➡Swipe to see the contested races that you'll find on your ballot. Be sure to take your Photo ID with you as well.

Photo Credit: WNOV

#UrbanLeague #MULYP #Milwaukee #WeMustVote #Elections #2020Census #Advocacy #OurVoices #OurRight #Engagement #Community

Today's the final day to vote early for the Tuesday February 18 election. If you're unable to vote today be sure to get out the vote on Tuesday February 18, polls are open from 7:00am-8:00pm. ➡➡Swipe to see the contested races that you'll find on your ballot. Be sure to take your Photo ID with you as well. Photo Credit: WNOV #UrbanLeague #MULYP #Milwaukee #WeMustVote #Elections #2020Census #Advocacy #OurVoices #OurRight #Engagement #Community - 3 days ago

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#UrbanLeague of #STL salute, Judith Jamison (dancer)

Judith Jamison joined Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in 1965 and quickly became an international star. Over the next 15 years, Mr. Ailey created some of his most enduring roles for her, most notably the tour-de-force solo Cry. During the 1970s and 80s, she appeared as a guest artist with ballet companies all over the world, starred in the hit Broadway musical Sophisticated Ladies, and formed her own company, The Jamison Project. She returned to Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in 1989 when Mr. Ailey asked her to succeed him as Artistic Director.

In the 21 years that followed, she brought the Company to unprecedented heights – including two historic engagements in South Africa and a 50-city global tour to celebrate the Company’s 50th anniversary. Ms. Jamison is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, among them a prime time Emmy Award, an American Choreography Award, the Kennedy Center Honor, a National Medal of Arts, a “Bessie” Award, the Phoenix Award, and the Handel Medallion. She was also listed in “TIME 100: The World’s Most Influential People” and honored by First Lady Michelle Obama at the first White House Dance Series event. In 2015, she became the 50th inductee into the Hall of Fame at the National Museum of Dance.

#ULSTL #ULMovement #ULBlackHistory

#SaveOurSons #SOS #Jobs

#Nonprofit  #GiveBack #Volunteer 
#Donate #HelpingOthers #Education 
#DoGood #Philanthropy #MakeADifference 
#Inspire  #Volunteering #Causes

#CommunityService #Community #MyCommunity

#Donation #ChangeMakers #ChampionofChange

#UrbanLeague of #STL salute, Judith Jamison (dancer) Judith Jamison joined Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in 1965 and quickly became an international star. Over the next 15 years, Mr. Ailey created some of his most enduring roles for her, most notably the tour-de-force solo Cry. During the 1970s and 80s, she appeared as a guest artist with ballet companies all over the world, starred in the hit Broadway musical Sophisticated Ladies, and formed her own company, The Jamison Project. She returned to Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in 1989 when Mr. Ailey asked her to succeed him as Artistic Director. In the 21 years that followed, she brought the Company to unprecedented heights – including two historic engagements in South Africa and a 50-city global tour to celebrate the Company’s 50th anniversary. Ms. Jamison is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, among them a prime time Emmy Award, an American Choreography Award, the Kennedy Center Honor, a National Medal of Arts, a “Bessie” Award, the Phoenix Award, and the Handel Medallion. She was also listed in “TIME 100: The World’s Most Influential People” and honored by First Lady Michelle Obama at the first White House Dance Series event. In 2015, she became the 50th inductee into the Hall of Fame at the National Museum of Dance. #ULSTL #ULMovement #ULBlackHistory #SaveOurSons #SOS #Jobs #Nonprofit #GiveBack #Volunteer #Donate #HelpingOthers #Education #DoGood #Philanthropy #MakeADifference #Inspire #Volunteering #Causes #CommunityService #Community #MyCommunity #Donation #ChangeMakers #ChampionofChange - 3 days ago

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