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ORGANIZATION: Black Power Blueprint: African People's Education and Defense Fund

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Call for Garden Volunteers

Do you like meeting new people? Do you like outside events?

Spring is on its way and jump into action by bringing other people into learning new skills while utilizing skills that they already have.

Meet new people and take on exciting challenges that changes the grave disparities in health, education and economic development faced by the African community, and defending the human and civil rights of the African communities.

We are the N2U and the N2U needs you. Join our Uhuru N2U Volunteer Brigade and become part of the solution by building our community and embracing the challenge of social and economical despair.

We are looking for volunteers who want to share and teach their skills and learn new ones.

Recruiting and Outreach Coordinators are needed to lead and coordinate, table, go out to events, and engage the public while bringing them into political life.

There are many events to be a part of like our One Africa One Nation Market , which gives a whole new meaning to the term economic growth or our 4-Plex apartment project where we are rehabbing homes or our New Basketball Project that will soon break ground so that our community adolescents have a safe place to have recreational fun.

Join the N2U so that we can Build our community together while growing the different skills in strength and numbers.

Uhuru is a swahili word that means freedom! The Black Power Blueprint programs are transforming North St. Louis through renovation, economic development and political power by and for the black community.

The Black Power Blueprint programs in St. Louis include the Gary Brooks Community Garden, the One Africa! One Nation! Farmers Market, the African Doula Project, the African Independence Workforce Program, the Uhuru Community Basketball Court and much more. All of these programs are designed to address disparities faced by the African community in health, education and economic development.

We need your help!

Have fun, meet new people, learn new skills, and contribute to real positive change in your community.

Sign up today!

Contact us with any questions!
Or visit our website for more information: blackpowerblueprint.org.

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About Black Power Blueprint: African People's Education and Defense Fund

Location:

4101 W Florissant, St. Louis, MO 63115, US

Mission Statement

APEDF History Since 1994, we have been establishing institutions and programs that put African people in control of our own community life. APEDF has longstanding institutions deeply rooted in the communities of Oakland, CA, St Louis, MO, St Petersburg, FL and Philadelphia, PA. This is economic development in the hands of the African community to feed, clothe, house and employ our people. We have the power to transform the future for African people, providing genuine solutions to disparities and injustice in every aspect of life for African people. We are driven by African self-determination, a sense of pride and a vision for a prosperous future once again.

Description

Our Mission~ The APEDF mission is to defend the human and civil rights of the African community and end the disparities faced by African people in health, healthcare, education and economic development! https://apedf.org/
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CAUSE AREAS

Advocacy & Human Rights
Community
Race & Ethnicity
Advocacy & Human Rights, Community, Race & Ethnicity

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Uhuru House4101 W Florissant AveSt. Louis, MO 63115

(38.6743,-90.21925)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • Requires 4-10 hours per week
  • One-hour new volunteer orientation

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