We are offering to cover the full tuition for a Black and/or African American candidate to become a professionally certified EMF radiation specialist with the Building Biology Institute (BBI).
I am contacting your group because while most of the program occurs online, there is an in-person component that takes place at the BBI facility in Santa Fe, NM so this would be most appealing to those in or near New Mexico.
You may view more information about the program, as well as the link to apply online, here: https://www.shieldyourbody.com/scholarship/
The application is relatively short and easy, and there is no application fee. The deadline is this Friday, August 7.
Wiltech Energy founder and CEO Oswald Wilson, left, stands in front of the “vertical polygen” solar tower installed at the Los Lunas recycling center with Stephen Yavorski Sr. of Airmet Metalworks in New Jersey, which built parts for the system.
Our neighborhood has always had a high population of houseless folks, and the pandemic has only made the situation more dire. We believe in the resilience and heart of our neighborhood and the funds donated to this project will go to supplies needed for food boxes that will include masks and hand sanitizer. We will also be launching an offshoot of our successful sewing project Masks with a Purpose (a collaboration with the SouthWest Organizing Project) that will provide special durable bags that can be used as sleeping bags. We can't do this without you and appreciate any support you can offer. Thank you for your generosity.
The AACA works in conjunction with Albuquerque Public Schools to provide academic, cultural, and social support to low-income children in grades Kindergarten through 9th grade. Because these children are at-risk for academic failure and behavioral issues, their success or failure makes a major impact on the community. Through the Community Academic Initiative Resource, the Association works to align the students' academic needs in math, language arts, and science to meet APS standards, as well as provide programs to address Health/Wellness, Drugs/Alcohol, and Life Skills Training.Types of Support AACA Provides
Academic Support - Tutoring - Youth Suicidal Prevention - Drug/Alcohol Abuse Prevention
Food - Clothing & Blankets - School Supplies - Shelter Vouchers - You can Lend a Helping Hand
Ways to Contribute
Make a Donation - Donate New Clothing - Donate School Supplies
Ways to Volunteer
Contact the African American Cultural Association
RIO RANCHO, N.M. — There’s a new “sangwich” shop in the City of Vision aiming to serve up food so good it will make you say uncle.
Uncle T’s Sangwiches, Stews and Coffee opened its doors at 1520 Deborah Road, Suite O,
Albuquerque and Santa Fe
The National Council of Negro Women has long sleeve kiwi-green t-shirts available at $26 each
There is a small logo on front; on back, they read 'I CAN'T BREATHE'. The material is 50% cotton/50% jersey and the adult-size range is Medium/Large/XL/2XL/3XL. Call me to order directly at 505-797-2750 or text 505-249-7082 with your name, phone number and size(s). Delivery or mail; checks payable to NCNW, PO Box 21001, Albuquerque NM 87154-1001.
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