Black History Month 2016 honors Civil Rights and Human Development Icon, The Honorable Joan Delores Perry,A Native of Cambridge Md. served as Maryland State NAACP Youth and College Adult Cooridinator and Served as an Elected City Councilwoman in The City of Seat Pleasant, Maryland. The Arthur Jackson Show is planning to expand to Five Days per week this Spring, which will allow Millions of Listeners to hear more current comments on current issues, and allow listeners to text or call in your comments. We plan an Episode to Give Tips to Small, Minority and Women Owned Business on How to Grow Your Business and take it to the Next Level. But this Epsisode will honor Joan Delores Jackson Perry The Civil Rights and Human evelopment Icon and Activist. Born ion February 23, 1940, all of her children were talented including Poet Jacqueline Jackie O Perry, who is working on her first book, which we will highlight on an furure show. While Joan Delores Perry was called home to be with our Lord and sucummed to Cancer, her friends, family and ommunity are forming The Joan Delores Jackson Perry Foundation for Human Development , which will provide assistance and services to families and individual survivers of Victims of cancer and other people in need within communities in need. We are seeking to raise pledges of $20,000 through $3.4millions over the next three years to open activity and service centers in Petersburg/Richmond Area, District of Columbia and Seat Pleasant/Capital Heights Maryland. If you would like to assist the Foundation through a financial pledge or to volunteer your services contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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