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Day 2- "Break Through" Fight, Flight, Faith Female Empowerment Conf.

Jeloude 4 Womyn By Womyn, Essex County College, Hyacinth Foundation

Saturday, May 11, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 10:30 PM (PDT)

Newark, NJ

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Event Itinerary: Flight and Faith

Saturday: May 11, 2013

 

Saturday, May 11, 2013                     Time: 10am-2pm

Samaritan’s Feet Walk: Millions of women and children die each year because of disease contracted from not having shoes. Walking bare foot puts a person at risk for not only foot injuries but disease from parasite and worm intrusions. In this event, we will walk for the cause of bringing shoes to Liberia. All participants of the walk are encouraged to donate a pair of or $10 to defray the cost of shipping of sneakers to the women and their families in Liberia. The walk is sponsored and hosted by the LINKS and will be taking place in Maplewood. The walk will not last until 2pm, there will be families activities and food provided at the event. We encourage that you arrive early so that you leave in time to freshen up and head to the next segment of the conference.

 

Time: 3:30pm-4:30pm

Taking Flight: the women will have a panel of professionals who will explain to them how to navigate through the systems of life: We call it the Women’s Black Book of People To Have In Your Friend Circle. We will have a lawyer, doctor/nurse, mechanic, nutritionist, educator/career counselor, beautician, and financial advisor in attendance.

 

Time: 4:30pm-4:40pm

Praise dance performance

 

Time: 4:40pm- 4:50pm

Song performance

 

Time: 5:00pm- 6:00pm

Faith: For all I trust Him- the women will learn what it means to be faithful, and to trust God

 

Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm

Relationship Panel: All women on one side, all men on one side- 2 moderators to discuss our issues with one another and how we can work together to fix things

 Time: 8:30pm- 10:30pm

Dinner and live entertainment and closing of conference

 

 

 

Agencies being invited to attend, present, and participate in conference:

 

 

 

Essex County College Urban Studies

 

Essex County College Wise Women Center

 

Essex County College Student Life

 

Hyacinth Arch Nurse- Tester for HIV and STDs, Hepatitis

 

Hyacinth Mobile Unit- Tester for HIV

 

Hyacinth SISTA Health Educators and PWP Health Educators that are women

 

Newark Community Health Centers, East Orange Primary Care Center Healthy Start Initiative

 

Newark Community Health Centers, Newark Broadway office

 

Beth Israel Hospital – HIV testers and table

 

St. Barnabus Hospital – Testers and to have table

 

UMDNJ- STOP program - Testers for HIV and STDs,

 

UMDNJ- SAFE – Testers to provide mammogram screenings and pap smears

 

Newark Health Department- Screenings and information

 

East Orange Health Department- screenings and information

 

Irvington Family Success Center- screenings and information

 

Rutgers Cooperative Research Extension- Nutrition education

 

Planned Parenthood

 

Rutgers University- Newark

 

Berkeley College – Newark

 

Bloomfield College- Bloomfield

 

NJIT- Newark

 

NJCRI

 

First Choice Women’s Resource Center

 

Purple Reign Domestic Violence Organization

 

La Casa De Don Pedro

 

Supporting our Sisters organization

 

Smith Center- Center for Infectious Disease management and Care

 

NJ Welfare Van

 

PSEG

 

Davis Chiropractor services

 

Verizon

 

T-mobile

 

Shoprite/Pathmark supermarket

 

And more …..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have questions about Day 2- "Break Through" Fight, Flight, Faith Female Empowerment Conf.? Contact Jeloude 4 Womyn By Womyn, Essex County College, Hyacinth Foundation

When & Where


Essex Community College- Clara Dasher Center
303 University Ave
Newark, NJ 07102

Saturday, May 11, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 10:30 PM (PDT)


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Organizer

Jeloude 4 Womyn By Womyn, Essex County College, Hyacinth Foundation

Jeloude 4 Womyn by Womyn is a soon to be nonprofit organization that has been in existence for two years. The organization exists to be a catalyst for positive change in the community by providing women and teen girls of color with resources, skills, and positive programs geared towards: 1. Upliftment 2. Empowerment 3. Self efficacy 4. Community/international advocacy. The services provided by Jeloude are: annual female empowerment conference, holistic workshops, referrals, mentorship, educational/informational workshops. Workshops on: finances, career/business, education, relationships, health and wellness, global/international women’s relations, spirituality, and family planning. The 5 core women who established this organization are (from right to left): Stephanie Antoine, Joanne Antoine, Lorraine Lacroix, Marcdalene Jean, Jessica Elicin, and Francia Clermont.

 

Essex County College is an open-door public community college that is committed to providing quality educational programs and life-long learning activities at the most affordable cost. The College is open to students with a wide variety of backgrounds and abilities. They take pride in the richness of their diversity and their nurturing atmosphere, which encourages people who otherwise might not aspire to higher education to enroll and excel.

Hyacinth Foundation is the first and largest AIDS service organization in New   Jersey. Founded in 1985, is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt agency. Hyacinth provides client services in eight regional offices in six counties statewide. Services include individual client advocacy as well as hotline counseling for prevention, care and treatment, service referrals, professional and community education workshops, legal services and public policy advocacy. Hyacinth's 12 core programs include counseling and testing, prevention, syringe access, medical case management, treatment access and adherence counseling, legal advocacy, direct housing assistance, discharge planning, mental health and addictions counseling, support groups, community mobilization programs, and community and provider education.

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