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  1. mmahaffie Says:

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  2. Phillip Bannowsky Says:

    The Delaware A. Philip Randolph Institute is an important non-partisan forum for many of the issues that burn in the hearts of the Delaware blogosphere. We have certainly seen several of you at our monthly meetings held every second Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Longshoreman’s Hall, 200 South Claymont Street in Wilmington. We recognize bloggers as legitimate members of the press and we extend to you our press discount ticket price of $50 for our annual Awards Banquet to be held Friday, February 22, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the IBEW Hall, at 814 West Basin Road, New Castle, Delaware. We would appreciate your spreading the word through your blog sites and lists, and, of course, you are welcome at our monthly meetings.
    For immediate release

    Delaware labor-civil rights group honors union leader Samuel E. Latham and peace activist Sally Milbury-Steen

    Peaches Whalen: 302-545-2246 or 302-658-3269
    Mark Brunswick: 302-656-7327

    WILMINGTON, DE, January 27, 2008—The Delaware A. Philip Randolph Institute, a major forum for minority and working class issues, will honor top labor and peace activists at its First Annual Awards Banquet February 22. Honorees are State AFL-CIO President Samuel E. Latham and Delaware Pacem in Terris Executive Director Sally Milbury-Steen. Leading the celebrations will be APRI National Director Clayola Brown, Regional Director Richard Womack, Jr., and Delaware APRI President Marietta (Peaches) Whalen.

    Samuel E. Latham has served the Labor Movement in Delaware for over four decades, rising from an assembly line worker at Newark’s Chrysler Assembly Plant to Union Steward, Chair of UAW Local 1183’s Civil Rights Committee, Administrator of the local UAW-Chrysler Training Center, International UAW Representative, and to State AFL-CIO President. Among the many state boards and agencies he has served are the Interagency Council on Literacy, the Board of Directors for the Diamond State Port Corporation, the Delaware River Bay Authority, Junior Achievement, Kids Count, the 4-H Foundation Committee, Tech Prep Delaware, and SURJ (Stand up for What’s Right and Just). Before hiring on at Chrysler in 1965, “Sam” enlisted in the US Army in 1963 and served the majority of his time at Fort Hood, Texas, 1st Armored Division. He was ordained a Baptist Preacher in 1992 at the First Baptist Church of Morton, Pennsylvania. He currently serves as Associate Minister at Cornerstone Fellowship Baptist Church in Wilmington, Delaware.

    Sally Milbury-Steen has been Executive Director of Delaware Pacem in Terris since 1985. Sally was a Peace Corps volunteer in Cameroun, West Africa from 1965 to 1967 and later taught as a Senior Fulbright Lecturer at the National University of Gabon in Central Africa. She holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Indiana University and is the author of “African and European Stereotypes in Twentieth-Century Fiction.” She serves as a consultant to the Advocacy Resource Team of the Peninsula Conference of the United Methodist Church and the Peacemaking Committee of the New Castle Presbytery. She is a long-time member of the Newark, Delaware Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Sally has directed or facilitated numerous Pacem in Terris programs and alliances including “Healing the Hurts of Racism,” Ulster Project Delaware (reconciling Protestant and Catholic Irish teens), the annual SOWETO Festival Exhibit, “Creating the Peaceable Classroom” for middle and high school students, Delaware Citizens Opposed to the Death Penalty, The Pardons Project (which grew out of a successful partnership with the Delaware A. Philip Randolph Institute and others to restore the vote to former felons, and the September 11th Coalition for Just and Peaceful Initiatives, with whom she has demonstrated her commitment to peace through civil disobedience to end the war in Iraq.

    The A. Philip Randolph Institute is the senior Constituency Group of the AFL-CIO. It was established by A. Philip Randolph (1889-1979), founder and President of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, vice-President of the AFL-CIO, and convener of the famous 1963 March on Washington. The APRI is a non-partisan political education organization that seeks structural changes through the American democratic process.

    The Delaware APRI meets the second Saturday of every month except July at 10 a.m. in the Longshoremans Hall, 200 South Claymont Street in Wilmington.

    The banquet will take place Friday, February 22, 2008, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., at the IBEW Local 313 Union Hall on 814 West Basin Road in New Castle. There will be an open beer and wine bar and dance music will be provided by DJ Arnold Hurtt. Tickets sell for $75 (seniors 62 and older $50) and can be purchased from Delaware APRI President Marietta (Peaches) Whalen by calling 302-545-2246 or 302-658-3269.


  3. Phillip Bannowsky Says:

    For Immediate Release
    September 9, 2008

    Contact: Phillip Bannowsky, 302-731-2622 (h); 302-981-9941 (c)

    Ecuador’s Peaceful Revolution:
    Epochal Change or More of the Same
    Featuring Author, Autoworker, Activist, and Educator Phillip Bannowsky
    Sponsored by the Phoenix Community in Delaware, Inc.
    Sunday, September 21, 2008, 7:00 p.m.
    New Ark United Church of Christ Wells Hall, 300 E. Main Street, Newark, Delaware
    $5 donation requested. Coffee and dessert will be served.

    Newark, September 9, 2008—Author, autoworker, activist, and educator Phillip Bannowsky will report on how Ecuador’s Indigenous and social movements are trying to bring fundamental change to their country. With photos, music, and monologue, Bannowsky will address whether Ecuador can withstand pressure from the North and the weight of the past to accomplish a revolutionary transformation. Entitled “Ecuador’s Peaceful Revolution: Epochal Change or More of the Same,” the presentation will take place Sunday, September 21, at 7 p.m. at the New Ark United Church of Christ Wells Hall in Newark.

    Bannowsky spent five weeks in Ecuador this summer, investigating the partnership and tensions between the new president Rafael Correa and the popular forces that put him in power. In the past decade, these forces have compelled the resignation of three presidents and now dominate the constitutional assembly, whose work will be either approved or rejected by Ecuadorian voters September 28. These popular forces oppose “neoliberalism,” free market policies imposed by the World Bank and the U. S., and espouse what they call “Socialism in the Twenty-First Century,” a democratic form based on participatory democracy and possibilities opened by new technology.

    Ecuador is one of nine Latin American countries veering left from the U. S. orbit in recent years.

    Phillip Bannowsky is author of The Mother Earth Inn, a novel about a North American who works among Ecuador’s Indigenous during the Clinton years and struggles to disentangle himself from neoliberalism. Bannowsky has reported on Ecuador’s Indigenous and social movements for NACLA Report on the Americans and for Delawarehispanic.com. He is also is a retired autoworker and an international educator, having taught English in both Ecuador and Lebanon. Currently he is an English instructor at the University of Delaware and Director of an English Study Abroad program in Ecuador for the University.

    The New Ark United Church of Christ Wells Hall is at 300 E. Main Street in Newark. Coffee and dessert will be served and a $5 donation is requested.

    The Phoenix Community in Delaware, Inc. is an ecumenical ministry with a global perspective since 1954.

    Photo Phillip Bannowsky.jpg attached. See http://www.phillipbannowsky.com.


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  6. Stephen Crockett Says:

    I just spoke with Scott Paul. He is the Executive Director of the Alliance for American Manufacturing. He indicated that he would be available to talk with Delaware bloggers at the event if you are interested.

    If you want to interview him, just call the RSVP line and confirm attendance.

    In solidarity,

    Stephen Crockett

    The Alliance for American Manufacturing is holding there first event in Delaware on June 29th. Speakers, panel discussion & free dinner. 6-9pm at 205 Executive Drive, Newark, DE 19702.

    Theme “Manufacturing a Solution for America’s Economic Woes”

    Must RSVP to 866-365-2203 for dinner count

    Non-partisan partnership of leading US manufacturers & Steelworkers union.


    • Gerry Fulcher Says:

      Are you interested in having a presentation on the Impact of the gambling tsunami which we are experiencing, and how more and more gambling, (more casinos, etc) will have an incredibly negative impact on the manufacturing community, and on all kinds of businesses? I don’t know if this is the kind of topic you want discussed; but, it certainly is relevant to the business community.

      My credentials: Director of the Compulsive Gambling Institute/ former NYPD detective/ former department chairman at three colleges and two universities. I have been published in Industry Week Magazine/ Nation’s Business/ Wall Street Journal/ Philadelphia Business Journal/ TV Guide/ Ledger Newspaper/ Human Resourcs Professional Magazine/ and about 30 others.

      I have also been on Oprah/ Larry King/ Good Morning America (twice), Maury Povich/ CNN and the History Channel….always about the relationship between gambling and the business community. As I said, I don’t know if you are interested in such a topic, but if you are, I’m willing to participate. Thank you,

      Gerry Fulcher gerryfulcher@aol.com (302) 668-4007

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