Madison’s Nehemiah Center for Urban Leadership – in partnership with Justified Anger – will be launching its inaugural African American Leadership & Capacity Development Institute (LCDI) in September. This is a first for Dane County – an African-American faculty investing in emerging African-American leaders, focusing on personal, organizational, and community leadership. This program will be […]
Dear friends of Nehemiah: Summer – a word that conjures up a lot: free time, friends, late bedtimes, no school, and fun. For those of us at Nehemiah, it brings to mind other words: academic enrichment, mentoring, positive outcomes and most of all – kids! Summer is a critical time for Nehemiah because it’s a […]
The Madison Inspirational Youth Choir and Meadowood Neighborhood Center present…… Shattering the Stigma Youth United to Combat Depression and Suicide A Community Benefit at the Meadowood Neighborhood Center Community Room Free will donation,refreshments to follow and Open to ALL With special guest A.N.T. Da Hope Boy, Xclusive Movement Dance team, and mental health professionals/guest speakers. […]
What’s joyful about this process? What’s arduous about this process? What are we learning?
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Senator Ron Johnson Contact Info Official website: http://www.ronjohnson.senate.gov Address: 328 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510 Washington, DC 20510 Phone: 202-224-5323 Fax: 920-230-7262 Email: Sen.Ronjohnson@opencongress.org Twitter: @SenRonJohnson Senator Tammy Baldwin Contact Info Official website: http://www.baldwin.senate.govAddress: 717 Hart Washington DC 20510 Washington, DC 20510 Phone: 202-224-5653 Fax: 202-225-6942 Email: Sen.Baldwin@opencongress.org Twitter: @SenatorBaldwin Resources to Support the Bill: Talking Points for […]
Last night was Nehemiah’s #Man-Up Reunion!! Back in 2009, my dissertation on fatherlessness led me to research the impact of mass incarceration on Black families. I interviewed Jerome Dillard, who began to tutor me about the needs of Black men and women returning home from prison ~ and the evil systems that benefit from mass […]
Each year I enjoy reflecting on what has happened in and through Nehemiah. It is good to look back, see what has happened, celebrate the good and learn from the rest. This year I am particularly grateful for so many things. We have been able to expand our programming, especially in our K-12 and Reentry […]
Do you or someone you know have dreams of becoming a doctor? Join Jasmine Zapata, MD as she hosts a live Q&A session via Periscope! https://www.periscope.tv/DrJasmineZapata Tuesday, December 15th, 2015 6:00pm (CST) __________________________________________ Join Dr Zapata as she shares her personal journey of becoming a medical doctor. Learn what steps it takes […]