Tag Archives: Black philanthropy

Look Who Just Turned 5!

The Circle of Joy, a giving circle located in Decatur, GA, just celebrated their 5th birthday in a very special way! A party was held at the Steel Case office in Peachtree Center, and more than fifty guests attended. The … Continue reading

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A firmer resolve: why I am going to Denver for the 2013 conference

Jan Bright is a member of the Circle of Joy, a retired high school English teacher after 26 years, married 42 years, with two children, two grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Her hobbies and interests include traveling, shipping, music, dance, and … Continue reading

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Complementary collaboration and communication

What had seemed so daunting on Tuesday, became our reality by Friday. Two weeks ago, we embarked on the “3 Days, 3 Ways” campaign to boost the number of people who Like CIN’s facebook page. There were 367 Likes when … Continue reading

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A Confluence of Influence

“The nation’s premier multi-cultural awards show celebrating the outstanding achievements and performances of people of color in the arts as well as those individuals or groups who promote social justice through their creative endeavors” — About the 43rd NAACP Image Awards … Continue reading

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Going Around in Circles Can Be Worthwhile!

Written by Dr. Ben Dixon, a CIN member since 2005 Chris Rock jokes about Black people not reading… “If you want to hide something from Black folk, put in a book.” (Or, blog).  Bill Cosby admonishes us about the “Black culture … Continue reading

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