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First Ladies of Poverty Foundation has partnered with Facebook advocacy page and group Minority Party to create a community support group for minority communities and allies. The group is intended to be a support group for minority communities where we can support each other in their personal lives, professional lives, financially and in leadership.
The partnership goal is to be very proactive about supportive each other in getting what we need on our journey to employment / career development, financial security, healthy relationships and a fulfilling lifestyle. We aim to break glass ceilings and create new standards of living for ourselves, our loved ones and our communities
An award-winning mentoring community and membership program for hard-working and talented people of color seeking a personal blueprint for overcoming systemic barriers of oppression to escape an unfulfilling lifestyle and attain a higher quality of life, excelling in all aspects of their lives: personal, professional, in leadership and financially.
We also serve as a service provider for allies, educational institutions and organizations looking to partner with us to promote, recruit or bring our educational and mentor-ship programming to their communities.
by Shatoyia Jones, Personal and Professional Development mentor at First Ladies of Poverty Foundation
First Ladies of Poverty Foundation team members, predominantly women of color, reflect on their first experiences with travel and how important it was to their educational and recreational journey to self-development, professional advancement and an overall more fulfilling life.
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Cities across Western Massachusetts are engaging in discussion around the FY21 Budget. Northampton, Westfield, and Greenfield are some neighboring cities that have engaged in live public comment/ listening sessions at their City Council meetings, via teleconference (Zoom, Meet, Webex etc). Our City Council has NOT allowed for such public comment, unless it's submitted prior to the meeting via email and are simply attached to the minutes (not actually brought up in the meeting).
This does not allow for the community as a whole to voice their comments or concerns and when asked when public comment will be available, there has been no concrete answer. So many other cities have been able to engage the community for input, why hasn't Chicopee?
Access to our government is vital to a health democracy, especially in these momentous times.
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a hello from the desk of our Founder and CEO, Shatoyia Jones
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