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Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Black Women Organized for Political Action
BWOPA/TILE is excited to announce the recent unveiling of the Dezie Woods Jones (DWJ) Public Policy Fellowship
program. The goal of this program is to support young leaders (16 - 30
years old) develop a deeper context of social justice issues while
exploring system change methods and strategies to execute them. In an
effort to ensure that our communities continue to move forward in a
direction that will be beneficial for all members of society, we have
chosen 12 young leaders for this inaugural voyage.
The young leaders are off to a phenomenal start and we need your financial support to keep the momentum going.
Your contribution of $25, $50, $100, $250, $500
adds up to help us meet our financial program goal. Each fellow costs
minimally $2,500 for the year to underwrite meals, workbooks, speakers
and transportation to the State Capitol, mini-retreats and monthly
is running out. Make an end-of-the-year tax-deductible gift today.
Help the DWJ young leaders end the year strong and begin 2015 poised for
Thank you again for your generosity. Remember, when you give back, you change lives.