[separator style_type=”shadow” top_margin=”” bottom_margin=”20px” sep_color=”#79896e” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center” class=”” id=””] living in the formerly known as projects and the transition due to gentrification and relocation of TANF clients - this brief video provides an overview the struggle between new immigrant and refugee populations with homegrown marginalized communities - "crab in a barrel syndrome" with no way out of the poverty mind... to be broken is temporary to be poor is a generational curse only cured by LUCK - laboring under correct knowledge
[testimonials design=”classic” backgroundcolor=”” textcolor=”” random=”yes” class=”” id=””][testimonial name=”David Elfalan” avatar=”none” image=”” image_border_radius=”” company=”Elfalan IT Consulting” link=”http://elfalan.com/” target=”_self”]I have been doing business with Bembry Consulting for over 25 years and I have seen Mr Bembry’s brilliant community strategies up close.
From the Late Night Basketball program which was duplicated in cities around the country during the late 1980’s to the recent Restore 360 program currently being implemented in the South King County school district and beyond,
I have witnessed real positive change in the community because of Bembery Consulting. The side benefit has been that Bembery Consulting has helped me grow my business in a meaningful way. [/testimonial][testimonial name=”Lois Barrow” avatar=”none” image=”” image_border_radius=”” company=”Amazon.com” link=”” target=”_self”]“A Great Man!! A wonderful father, husband, provider and all around good person. He has nothing but positive vibes whenever you see him. He always see’s the good in everyone and never judges no one.”[/testimonial][testimonial name=”Patricia Montgomery” avatar=”none” image=”” image_border_radius=”” company=”Homesight” link=”” target=”_self”]“Reco is so patient with youngsters. He relates to them like wow!!! An example is Patrice (my daughter with Down Syndrome) loves him so much and loves hanging with him.”[/testimonial][testimonial name=”Judy Barnes” avatar=”none” image=”” image_border_radius=”” company=”Depart. Of Transportation” link=”” target=”_self”]“Reco is the type of person that is always there when you need him one phone call away, he never has a problem helping a person in need. His passion is young teens mostly the ones at risk. Reco is always willing to be there for not use family but anyone. Love you to the moon and back”[/testimonial][testimonial name=”Niecy Collins ” avatar=”none” image=”” image_border_radius=”” company=”Grandmother” link=”” target=”_self”]“Reco is the type of human being that will always put whatever he’s doing for himself or his family to help a person he doesn’t even know, he will always help in any way he can, but he has a way of reaching out to people that is absolutely unbelievable. Just liked he went up to my grandson the other day and calmed him down. He just has a way of doing them types of things with people’s kids and whoever it’s just in him”[/testimonial][testimonial name=”Helena Bembry” avatar=”none” image=”” image_border_radius=”Helena Bembry” company=” Wife and Best Friend – IBEW Local 46″ link=”” target=”_self”]“What can I say…. Reco is not only my best friend he is the person that makes my world complete. Who can say that about a husband. We have raised our son together and from that union we have 3 grandchildren and one great grandson. He is the backbone to our family and is loved tremendously by us all. I have seen him mode a young person going down the wrong path to someone totally in love with themselves and going up a better path of life. Reco you are my hero along with my best friend. Stay true to you!!”[/testimonial][testimonial name=”Ebony Arunga, Kenya” avatar=”none” image=”” image_border_radius=”” company=”” link=”” target=”_self”]Reco Bembry is motivational and inspirational, his lessons will last you a lifetime as you continue to grow and build.[/testimonial][/testimonials][separator style_type=”shadow” top_margin=”” bottom_margin=”20px” sep_color=”#79896e” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center” class=”” id=””]
The Mission of the African American Domestic Peace Project (AADPP) is to share ways to reduce violence and increase peace with in the African American Community.
AADPP was created from a project of the Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community (IDVAAC). This project gathered members in different cities, in African American communities across the United States that worked to reduce violence and increase peace with in their community. These individuals and many of their programs learn from each other, they share their perspectives with others and encourage anyone inclined to address domestic violence.
Multi-Cultural. It's not just an important concept. It is the very essence of who we are and what we do, we have worked in partnership with individuals, groups and organizations in the community to promote health and well-being in diverse communities. Our mission is to promote the health and well-being of diverse communities.
Our approach is firmly grounded in the principle that effective responses to health issues must be generated in partnership with the community and meet evolving community needs. Therefore, we hire staff who reflect and understand the communities with which they work and who work through and within community networks to ensure support for our programs and services.