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Safe & Sound Annual Fall Gala and Poetry In Motion Awards

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Oakwood Community Center

3825 South Vincennes Avenue

Chicago, IL 60621

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Gala and Awards Ceremony Honoring those Individuals, Businesses and Organizations who have shown GENUINE CONCERN for others. #StaySafe

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Safe and Sound invites you to our Annual Fall Gala and Poetry In Motion Awards Ceremony!

Join us as we honor and congratulate this year's recipients on being chosen for the 2019 Poetry in Motion Award for placing high value in utilizing their various platforms for creating a better world.

The Poetry in Motion Award is an Honor that we reserve for those individuals, businesses or organizations who demonstrate integrity, an impeccable work ethic, share their creativity, talents & gifts for the empowerment of others and, above all, maintain a GENUINE CONCERN for other people.

They have been selected because you have demonstrated the highest standards of business and social responsibility. Their undying commitment to the safety and lives of young people and families across our entire city is a testament to their genuine concern.

The 2019 Poetry In Motion Award Honorees include:

Yasmin Curtis of Two Fish Chicago - Business Owner, Leader in Work Force Development and Supporter of Youth and Families

UMedics - Community Organizers and Urban Emergency First Response Trainers https://umedics.org/

Jennifer Maddox - 23 years of service with the Chicago Police department working in the Office of Community Affairs, Founder of Future Ties NFP, Community Leader, Voted one of CNN's Top Ten Heroes for 2017, received a Humanitarian honor from the Anti-Defamation League. and awarded one of Chicago's 20 most inspiring Chicagoans

Al Stinson - Community Leader with over 15 years experience as a Mentor, Youth Advocate and Life Coach, Becoming A Mentor, Youth Guidance Supervisor

Good Kids Mad City - Youth-Led and Driven Community Activist Group working to put an end to Gun Violence https://www.teenvogue.com/story/good-kids-mad-city-chicago-gun-violence-activists

Khari Humphries - Extremely accomplished as a , Leader, Trainer, Assessor, Influencer and Community Organizer in the Areas of Youth and Community Development he is now Executive Director of School Age Strategies for Thrive Chicago.

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