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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Support BNICEH at Rogers Park Holiday Show Nov. 26, 2011

Malachite-stone of wealth, healing
Vendor spaces are left, but going fast. 
Not just for old-timers. Youth and New faces welcome, too
Support us:

Rogers Park Holiday Market
Sat. November 26, 2011
Loyola Park Gym
1230 W. Greenleaf (near Sheridan)
Chicago IL 60626

Hosts:  IBEJI Resource Center and BNICEH (Black Network In Children's Emotional Health)

Support two nonprofits run by two Black women who are disabled to continue our work to help seniors, PWD's, yoth and thsoe who have low income or low disposable income
Support small businesses, too

Christmas caroling, DJ, free raffle, ornament making, healthy and organic snacks and refreshments for sale, Children caroling contest

Vendors: $30-- call 773-761-7306  Request application by email. Mail with money order or cashier check payable to Ibeji Resource Center Atn: Selena Awoleye 6142 N. California #136 Chicago IL 60659

Upcoming Events - 2012

Women are not silent on human rights issues, paratransit, housing, health,
employment, homelessness, violence, education, disability, politics, family issues
Save the date:  Sat. March 17, 2012 Women's Conference at Loyola University "Creating Your Own Success"  Looking for sponsors to give scholarships to 150 women, sponsor panel presentations, catering, resource table.  Vendors, inquire to Selena 773-761-7306 or Maat 773-416-7366 after Nov. 30, 2011

Target audience:  all women, mature teen females who want great success (women who are disabled)

Confirmed speakers:  Dr. Ayo Maat, CEO-president of BNICEH
Tentative speakers to be confirmed (from):  Wright Leadership Institute, Shelley Amdur, NAWBO (National Assn of Women Business Owners), Carol Winn of WinWinn Solutaions, JJ's List, Access Living,  Witherspoon Marketing, PH For Balance, Dr. Teresa Wanczyk, D.O., NorthSide Community Federal Credit Union, SouthSide Community Federal Credit Union, the Gannon Center-Loyola University, HOW (Housing Opportunities for Women), Access Living, UIC Entrepreneurial Studies program, Uptown Center Hull House ETP, O.N.E., Rogers Park Business Alliance, SERN (Self-Employment Resource Network), et al

Co-producers:  IBEJI Resource Center and BNICEH  

Women work on transit issues

Women participate in rallies and continue the fight even when others try to deny them equal access

Women are there supporting youth, men, other women across the antion


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