Children of the Dead - An Evening of Mixed Emotions
Comics grapple with the hilarity and humility of varying degrees of parental loss. From sudden death to "I hardly knew thee", see what it's like to be left in charge before you learned how to make stuffing.
Featuring the talents of
Gloria "Glo" Butler
and Dave Lester
Hosted By Lois Thompson
This is going to be a very special evening. You will laugh to cry or cry til you laugh!
Come hear never-before-shared content that’s funny & trueseful (true & useful)
Saturday November 3rd 2018 8pm
Brooklyn House of Comedy(formerly Inkwell Jazz & Comedy Cafe)
1165 Bedford Avenue (corner of Putnam Avenue)
Brooklyn, NY 11213
50% of your ticket sales (on behalf of Dave Lester) will go to the Tayshana "Chicken" Murphy Foundation for Gun Violence Prevention programs "Both Sides of the Gun", "S.I.M.B.A", and the Anti-Bully Initiative!
Tickets $15 https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3763784
TAYSHANA CHICKEN MURPHY FOUNDATION AND CHICKEN #15 PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS "KIDS BEHIND THE CAMERA" FREE PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS. DOES YOUR CHILD LOVE TAKING SELFIES? LET US TEACH YOUR KIDS HOW TO USE DIGITAL CAMERAS, PROFESSIONAL DSLR CAMERAS, BACKDROPS, PHOTO EDITING, VIDEO EDITING, SCRIPT WRITING, AND MOVIE MAKING. WE ARE CURRENTLY CONDUCTING "KIDS BEHIND THE CAMERA" AS PART OF THE AFTERSCHOOL EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AT URBAN ASSEMBLY SCHOOL FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS. CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION. 347-843-2968 email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Our kids are ages 7 - 12 and are enthusiastic about learning photography, video and sound editing, script writing and makeup design. This free class is taught by the foundation photography/film team Chicken #15 Productions. Please support Tayshana Chicken Murphy Foundation programs at gofundme.com/tayshanachicken
The Tayshana Chicken Murphy Foundation (TCMF) is be partnered with the Mayor’s Office to Prevent Gun Violence (OPGV) to deploy prevention/intervention strategies and trauma reduction services in an identified area that does not have a CMS site and is still experiencing high rates of shooting incidents. To address the inter-generational divide between Manhattanville and Grant housing developments, which resulted in two murders, in June 2014, the NYPD implemented the largest gang takedown in the city’s history. 40 young men were arrested on a 103-person indictment in relation to the murders and longstanding territorial conflict. Years later, the feuding developments are still experiencing pockets of violence by a new generation of young people that may not have been engaged in violent behavior if the sweep had not transpired. TCMF has assembled a group of outreach workers deployed in Manhattanville and Grant Houses to promote public safety, build relationships, gather information and mediate conflicts in an effort to prevent violence. The goal is to reduce and prevent shooting incidents through providing a swift, coordinated response to the immediate incident of crisis while minimizing the likelihood of retaliation in Manhattanville and Grant houses.