Since then though, we've been building a website for our business side of life. You can follow us at amxpression.org there you will find up-to-date information about our goings on. Please give us a moment to build the site to be efficient for our use.
Our team, Alahyo Young, Samuel Bentum, and I are diligently working on many other projects keeping A Matter of Xpression (AMX) in the loop for future ventures. We did great work in Kenya and Tanzania and I have to wait to share all things with you. We visited and donated to so many schools, met so many children, shared with so many educators...
I must get to my other responsibilities though - teaching full-time, being a grad student full-time, managing the business, attending Union functions, events, and rallies. Oh, and I can't forget campaigning -- this year in Pennsylvania we are in a fight to keep collective bargaining a part of our work governance rules. It's crazy in Philly, and we need everyone to GET OUT THE VOTE on November 4th!!!!
No excuses, VOTE!!!!, because Philly, York, Pittsburgh and other urban public school systems in our State teachers/students are looking more like those of third-world countries -- underserved and unrepresented.
|From Tanzania, this was her first time seeing a Black American. We complimented each other's beauty.|
|These are also Tanzanian young ladies who worked in the restaurant, their first-time, too seeing an African-American.|
|At the Oganda Orphanage (Kenya), while there we shared few pearls of wisdom and sodas. We served dinner to the children that night|
Samuel Bentum, AMX Global Liaison handling soda distribution.