Chris Adams Center for Girls, Peace Wall Martinez, California
Unveiling of Peace Wall Multi Cultural Family Resource Center at Crescent Park 2007
Community ,Events, Activities and Projrams. M.A.S.K. HEALS Newsletter 2003 M.A.S.K/Opportunity West, Out of School Youth outreach efforts 2003 Peace & Solidarity March 2004 Community Candlelight Vigil 2004. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center Beautiful Life Mural Project 2004
M.A.S.K./East Bay Public Safety Corridor Partnership,City of Richmond, Richmond- Art Center and Opportunity West. Sponsored by: Project Safe-Neighborhoods. Mural is displayed at the entrance of the Nevin Community Center. The project was spearheaded by Michelle Milam. Ourreach & Consultant, Charlene Harris
Muralist and Youth Trainer: Isis Rodriguez Youth Muralists: Shamar Spencer, Nicole Lazo, Jason Sandleford,Jerell Jones, Katie Salvador, Pedro Garcia, Kimberly White, TA' Nesha- Sherman, Danielle Spencer,Tiana Mc Neely Jonathan Wyatt and Sonja Zambrano.
Introduction of Victimology Training 2005 Victims of Crimes experts from Butte, Sacramento, Martinez, California, facilitated six hour training for members of the community. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center. Walk for Peace & Healing 2005 Forty- block walk passing through (10)hot spots in response to violent crime and senseless violence. Anti Violence event held at Martin- Luther King Jr. Community Center. 2nd Annual Community Vigil 2005 MASK/Totally led Ministies 37th/Cutting Boulevard. Richmond,California.
Community Events, Activities & Programs.
M.A.S.K./Mindful Messages Mentoring 2006 MASK/World Wall for Peace, Peace Wall at Helms Middle School 2006
M.A.S.K. Annual Evening of Remembrance Dinner 2006 for Survivors of Crimes in partnership with Veterans of Foreign Wars & Ladies Auxiliary # 8399. DJ Goodbeer- Productions and the National Brotherhood Alliance & Sims Metal Corporation sponsored the event along with (VFW) M.A.S.K./VFW Black History Program Veterans Hall 2007 "Ancient Civilizations To Modern Day Times" Film: Rosie The Riveter, 761st Tank Battalion. Betty Soskin Reid & Aritress Dade Ancient African & African American- achievement and contributions on, story board displays. Presentations facilatated by grassroots organizors.
MASK/World Wall for Peace, Peace Wall. Unveiling at the Multi - Cultural Family Resource Center at Crescent Park 2007
MASK/World Wall for Peace, Peace Wall at The Chris Adams Center for Girls/Martinez, California 2007 MASK HIV/AIDS Awareness & Prevention Community Partners & Youth Initiative 2007 Multi- Cultural Family Resource Center at Crescent Park
MASK/Community Mothers/Multi- Cultural-FamilyCenter at Crescent Park. Multi Cultural- Health, Fitness, Fun & Activity Day 0-5 children and families M.A.S.K. 2nd Annual Evening of Remembrance Dinner 2007 in partnership with Veterans of Foreign Wars Post - Men & Ladies Auxiliary # 8399 and Sims Metal Corporation.
Community Events, Activities & Programs
MASK/VFW, Black History Program 2008 Arts & Cultural Displays along with African Libration Ceremony and delicious Soul food. Guest speakers: Tom Tramble/Author/Pullmen Porters of West Oakland and Aduni Lockhart on African civilizations and African American cultures.
M.A.S.K. "Project Earn & Learn" in partnership with Bay Area Peacekeepers & First Families. Violence Prevention, Parental Skills and Creative Writing Workshops, for children and teens. 2008
M.A.S.K. 3rd Evening of Remembrance Dinner for Survivors of Crimes in partner ship with Veterans of Foreing Wars Post Men & Ladies Auxiliary # 8399, Bay Area Peacekeepers, Richmond Police Community Services Department Office- of Neighborhood Safety,City of Richmond,Totally-led Ministries and Street Safe Kids. 2008 21st Annual Victims March Held in Sacramento, California. M.A.S.K., members and supporters each year participates in the ceremonies are sponsored by California Peace Officers Assoication, along with Crime Victims United The event is held each year in April or May. M.A.S.K. Healing Butterfly Garden:
In 2005 a project implemented that engaged seventy-five families directly impacted, along with local members of the community. The survivors painted beautiful butterflies and planted a garden in remembrance of their love ones.
Sketch Artist: Eileen Gailing Artists Survivors of Crimes. The Butterfly garden, space was graciously donated at the Booker T. Anderson Jr. Community Center by former-City