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Sunday, March 11, 2012

Are Our Schools In Crisis?: Principal Baruti kafele, "Educating Children of Color"

Community organization Day
Networking 'Chat & Chew' Event

Sunday, April 15th, 2012 @The Elks Lodge
17 Bennett Road, Englewood, New Jersey
Doors open 4pm  Admission $10
Project Coordinator: Mr. John Sisco 201-673-7340

Join us for our monthly Community Organization 
Day and help us welcome one of our own excellent educators!

Special keynote Speaker: "Educating Children of Color" featuring Principal Baruti K. Kafele
"Mr. Kafele is on a personal, inspiring, invigorating, thought provoking and candid mission to motivate, educate and empower educators, parents, and children toward the elimination of the "attitude gap." he inspires his audience to expect nothing short of excellence." Mary Goshay
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This is the 2nd meet and greet your organization event sponsored by the Elks Lodge. I like Mr. Samuel Lee, Jr.'s description of the effort. He intimated that we all have so much in common that it is a good idea to learn to play nice in the sandbox. It is a great analogy, because we are divided by so many organizations and agendas that we neglect the work we need to do together.  This is an attempt to pool our efforts so we may all make changes towards success. Everyone is invited to bring business cards. The sandbox is large enough for everyone. We must all pull together to give time and attention to what is really important. Higher Expectations from everyone. The children. Education. The Message. The real estate. Our homes and lives. Where do we go from here?

The links below have been provided for those of you who do not know of Principal kafele's work. I invite you to take a thoroughly informative tour through this educator's life, career and creations all directed towards improving the lives of our children.  You may catch up on his many lectures and publications.
Principal Kafele's Biography
17 Bennett Road
Englewood, New Jersey
kafele is on Fire!
Baruti K. Kafele 
Educational Consultant Year Honored: 2009
Baruti Kafele
Ideal Lodge 470
Temple 290
has a splendid mission!
Motivating Black Males to Succeed
Milken National Educator Award
Principal Baruti Kafele visits Blount
Speaker Spotlight: Baruti KafeleThere are three questions that must 
underscore everything we do as educators: Who am I? Why am I? What is my role?
Meet the Awards for Excellence Honorees
How to live with change
                                        How are the children?