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Video & Photo Gear For Sale (updated)

The City Leadership video team is letting go of a few beloved items that have served us well over the last few years. Some of this is video-specific, but some can be used for photography, and there's even some computer gear that anyone could appreciate! Check...

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The Urban Summit 2014: Video & Audio

Below are videos and audio from the speakers at the 2014 Urban Summit in Memphis, TN. Pat Lawler: Click below to play audio from Pat's breakout session: Pat Lawler Breakout Session Pat played two videos during his breakout session. Here are links to those videos for reference: Video 1: Extreme...

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Nicole Baker Fulgham – The Urban Summit 2013

Nicole Baker Fulgham is the founder and president of The Expectations Project, a non-profit organization creating faith-motivated advocates to help close the academic achievement gap in public schools. A native of Detroit, Nicole graduated from the University of Michigan and joined Teach For America where she...

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Stephen Bush – The Urban Summit 2013

Stephen C. Bush is the architect of The Jericho Project, one of the most innovative jail diversion programs in the country for people with serious mental illness and substance abuse disorders. Bush is a national expert on the topic and has spoken at numerous conferences...

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Matthew Soerens – The Urban Summit 2013

For the past seven years, Matthew Soerens has lived in a neighborhood in suburban Chicago where most of his neighbors are immigrants, representing more than twenty different countries of origin. His passion—and his job as the US Church Training Specialist for World Relief—is to...

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John Perkins – The Urban Summit 2013

John M. Perkins is a sharecropper’s son who grew up in New Hebron, Mississippi amidst dire poverty. Fleeing to California at age 17 after his older brother’s murder at the hands of a town marshal, he vowed never to return. However after converting to Christianity...

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Rick Donlon – The Urban Summit 2013

Rick Donlon grew up in New Orleans and graduated from Texas Christian University in 1986. He completed medical school at LSU-N.O., and a combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency at the University of Tennessee, Memphis. In 1995 he and three medical school classmates opened Christ Community...

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Adopt a DCS Social Worker Christmas Party

Help throw a Christmas party for Department of Childrens Services case workers, foster families, and kids! 1.17, the adoption and foster care ministry of Fellowship Memphis, is hosting a party for DCS case workers and foster families this Monday, December 12, from 4:30 - 7:30 at...

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Engage Your Audience Through Social Media

Entrepreneur and author, Gary Vaynerchuk, explains the importance of one-on-one interaction through social media In his keynote at the 2011 RE/MAX Convention, Gary Vaynerchuk talks about what he calls "The Thank You Economy." Through the power of social media, organizations can create personal, emotional connections, with...

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See The Memphis 13

The Story of the Civil Rights Movement's Smallest Pioneers. On October 3rd, 1961 thirteen African American first graders broke the color line in Memphis City Schools. The Memphis 13 is their story. Directed and produced by Memphians, and narrated by Mayor A.C. Wharton, this documentary features...

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