Everett – Mental Health education needs to be a priority in communities of color here in Snohomish County! Here in Everett! We need to stop allowing schools to label our youth for the sake of getting grant money but not nurturing them and providing them with the assistance they need to thrive in an educational setting. … Continue reading Call to Action: Be Vulnerable! Learn, Grow and Stand United with Our Youth.
Everett - The City of Everett claims to have dedicated resources to "address youth, gang and firearm violence" and that they provide "youth-focused engagement programs, including school resource officers...". The creation of programs like PIVOT and PAY sounds excellent on the surface, and I give them kudos for acting like they care and gaining the support … Continue reading Opinion: It’s Not about Reform or Engagement! The City of Everetts’ Youth, Gun Violence and Gang Reduction Initiative is Deceptive and Harming Our Community.
May 19, 2019 Nominate Your Neighbors for the 2019 Monte Cristo Awards Nominations are now open! EVERETT, Wash.— Nominations are now open for the 2019 Monte Cristo Awards. Each year, the Monte Cristo Awards recognize neighbors who make Everett special by taking pride in their property. Everett residents may nominate neighbors and businesses in four qualifying … Continue reading Nominate Your Neighbors for the 2019 Monte Cristo Awards
Everett- “With all of the matters that come before our city government, I am fully committed to bringing transparency and ease of access to our public processes and decision-making.” ~Susan Paine, per the Edmonds Beacon. However, Susan Paine has not been forthcoming to the public. She has been co-operating with the 21st LD in their efforts … Continue reading Opinion: When running for Office transparency is key. Susan Paine what are you hiding?
When the announcement came out that Madison Elementary School was having its first Parent Institute community concerns came up. "This meeting reeks of not working with the parents but assuming the parents aren't doing their part", stated a Facebook User. A blessing fell over the attendees as caring words were spoken, words that were true … Continue reading Keynote speaker Dr. Joyce Stewarts sends a message to parents “take care of yourselves”.
Join the Snohomish County Black Heritage Committee this weekend at Forest Park in Everett, WA. 10 A.M. - 7 P.M. FEATURED BAND BroHamM will be blessing us with their presence this year. Followed by performances by I Roots, Frenchess Berry, Phyllis Talley and other local talent. This year there will be the 1st Annual Nubian … Continue reading 26th Annual Nubian Jam