EVERYONE: PLEASE SHARE!
ATTACHED forms for signing up to VOTE and WAIVERS for those who can't afford to pay for ID's! PLEASE PRINT OUT AND SHARE!
The deadline is October 9th and the completed forms may be taken to any Democratic Party Campaign Center or we can arrange to pick them up. PLEASE HELP! A lot of people don't know about the waivers AND we need to corral and encourage our youth to vote.
Sign them up at 17 if they'll be 18 by voting day! THANK YOU!
September 30, 2012 - October 6, 2012
JUST IN TIME FOR ANCESTORS' NIGHT AND HALLOWEEN!
Get the companion book for The Magic Pencil, The Magic Pencil Curriculum Guide: A Literacy Lift for Youth as an e-book for $1.99 for a limited time.
The regular price for the guide is $5.
The Magic Pencil novel e-book is still $1.50 on Kindle and through other online retailers.
Each paperback copy of either book is $14.95.
October 12, 2012
The Detroit Unity Authors and Poets Society (DUPAAS) will celebrate its 15 Year Anniversary in the Margaret Wood Auditorium, on Friday, October 12, 2012 from 6 PM - 3 PM.
Detroit Unity Temple 17505 Second Ave., Detroit, MI 48203
DUPAAS members will share their BEST poetry that inspires, uplifts, motivates, and educates.
There will be an open microphone for other poets. The time limit for reading will depend on how many poets are in attendance.
There is absolutely no offensive language permitted.
Love Offering is $3.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
November 9, 2012
RELEASE PARTY AND DISCUSSION!!!!! Announcing The Magic Pencil Curriculum Guide!
Karen E. Dabney will be presenting her companion book The Magic Pencil Curriculum Guide, for her novel for youth, The Magic Pencil, on November 9th from 6 PM - 8 PM at Detroit Unity Temple 17505 Second Ave., Detroit, MI 48203
The Magic Pencil Curriculum Guide is for instructors, group leaders and anyone who would like to get inside the mind of the author to understand her intent and how one may teach from the novel.
The Magic Pencil covers subjects such as language, literacy, black history and education. Its Guide contains summaries, activities and questions for each chapter that may easily be used as lesson plans encompassing every subject the instructor may wish to explore. It is more than a guide, it is an experience!
After the presentation, there will be an open discussion about ways to reach youth using the guide and through the novel. Motivating them to stay in school and to read for pleasure and knowledge will be the main theme.
This event is free and open to the public.
WE NEED TO HEAR FROM YOU!
LET'S FOCUS ON GETTING OUR YOUTH TO LEARN TO APPRECIATE THE WRITTEN WORD BEFORE THEY HAVE TO BE IMPRISONED TO DO SO!
TELL A TEACHER!
Both books will be available for autographs and purchase with 10% of the proceeds going toward the Alkebu-lan Village youth program.
Looking forward to seeing YOU!
Dabs & Company: Promoting Literacy! Keeping Minds Lit!
Coming Soon AND ONGOING!
A conference for a parents, youth and all other interested parties with Gifted in Michigan. Information attached! PLEASE PRINT OUT AND SHARE!
This organization aims to bring resources regarding sifting the gifts out in any child and providing info and assistance for our under-served populations in Detroit.
Our undiscovered gifted kids - who are also "special needs" youth whose needs are not being met - are the ones who end up excelling in negatives behaviors.
We also advocate for other special needs children with physical disabilities and such.
We need more folk to join us in these efforts!
If you are interested, please send an e-mail to email@example.com or call 313-632-3384. Please pass this KIP (Knowledge is Power) on!
Karen E. Dabney, Gifted in Michigan Inclusion Leader
The Magic Pencil Curriculum Guide for instructors!
Join Malcolm Bakersfield in his quest to
learn the secret to the power of the pencil.
Meet his mysterious friend, Nia, who
started it all.
Discover Malc's and your hidden powers!
PROMOTE LITERACY! KEEP A MIND LIT!
Friday, October 5, 2012
VOTING WAIVER FOR ID, EDUCATION, ETC. updates frm author, @KarenEDabney
Posted by Sylvia Hubbard at 4:26 AM