Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Black Star Supports President Obama Library; Take A Young Black ManTo Worship at Quinn Chapel; The Men From Morehouse and the Men fromBridgeport, Connecticut Mentor Young Men and Boys

Making Progress; Moving Forward!
Black Star Supports Presidential Library
Take A Young Black Man To Worship
Men from Morehouse Mentor
Take A Young Black Man To The Movies
National Save Our Sons Night
2015 Daddy Daughter Dance
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The Black Star Project
in Support of
The Barack Obama Presidential Library
Hyde Park Academy High School
6220 South Stony Island Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
for a
Public Hearing
Tuesday, January 13, 2015 at 6:00 pm
(Bus leaves Black Star located at 3509 South King Drive at 5:10 pm or meet us at Hyde Park High School at 5:45 pm.)
Please join The Black Star Project at Hyde Park High School, January 13, 2015 for a public hearing on the use of park district land for the Barack Obama Presidential Library and to show the support of the community for this project.
This event starts at 6:00 pm. The bus will leave The Black Star Project at 5:10 pm and will return to TBSP between 7:30-7:45pm. If you plan to ride the bus from The Black Star Project, please call us at 773-285-9600 to RSVP and secure your spot.
Join the Men of
Quinn Chapel AME Church
on Dr. Martin Luther King Weekend
Take A Young Black Man To Worship
Sunday, July 18, 2015
10:00 am
2401 South Wabash Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
The Men and Boys of Quinn Chapel AME Church with Pastor James M. Moody, Sr. (seated center, second row, 4th from left)
Beautiful, historic Quinn Chapel AME Church has had many national leaders stand in the Quinn Chapel pulpit including Presidents William B. McKinley and William Howard Taft, human rights activist Ida B. Wells, educators George Washington Carver and Booker T. Washington, poet and literary genius Paul Lawrence Dunbar, gifted preachers Rev. Martin Luther King, Sr., Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rev. Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley, Illinois Congressmen Danny K. Davis, Bobby Rush, Jesse Jackson, Jr., Illinois Governor Pat Quinn and Illinois Senator Barack Obama (now President Obama).
Please call 773.285.9600 to have your place of worship invite young Black men to worship with you this Sunday.
The Men of Morehouse
Alumni Chicago Chapter
Will Mentor Hundreds of
Young Black Men and Boys for
Dr. Martin Luther King Weekend

Saturday, January 17, 2015
10:00 am
Quinn Chapel AME Church
2401 South Wabash Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
Beautiful Quinn Chapel AME Church
Please call 773.285.9600 to bring young Black men and boys or for more information about this session.
Take A Young Black Man
to the Movies
Suggested Films, Movies and Documentaries for
Dr. Martin Luther King Weekend
Friday, January 16, 2015

Please consider renting or purchasing or viewing these films:
1. Selma, 2. Ali, 3. American Promise, 4. Amistad, 5. Black Wall Street, 6. Bring Your "A" Game, 7. Central Park 5, 8. Django Unchained, 9. Do the Right Thing, 10. Emmett Till - Untold Story, 11. Eyes on the Prize, 12. Glory, 13. Hidden Colors 1, 2, and/or 3, 14. Hurricane, 15. Malcolm X, 16. Marcus Garvey, 17. Powernomics, 18. Pursuit of Happiness, 19. Red Tails, 20. Roots, 21. Rosewood, 22. Sankofa, 23. School Daze, 24. Spit'in Anger, 25. Spook Who Sat By The Door, 26. Tuskegee Airmen, 27. Unforgivable Blackness, 28. When We Were Kings, 29. 12 Years A Slave
We highly recommend that you pre-screen any movie or documentary that you might show for appropriate content and tone.
National Save Our Sons Night
Friday, February 6, 2015
Click Here to Learn More about National Save Our Sons Night.
Bridgeport, Connecticut Prepares
to Mentor Young Men
Register Now for the 2015 Daddy Daughter Dance
Click Here to see a video clip of
The Black Star Project's
Daddy Daughter Dance
and See Strong Black Men
Dance With Their Daughters
Please call 773.285.9600 to register young women and their fathers or male caregivers.
Click Here to Bring The 2015 Daddy Daughter Dance to Your City!

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