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Neighbors were helping neighbors in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Dec. 18. The Waters of Wexford, a senior living community in nearby Warrendale, Pa., made a huge food donation to the North Hills Food Bank in Pittsburgh. Richard Petrelli, The Waters of Wexford’s Director of Culinary Services and Alaina Kuzins, Senior Living Consultant at The Waters of Wexford, dropped off enough food for the Food Bank to provide 350 meals.
Included in the donation are six 66 ounce cans of tuna, seven 10-pound cans of green beans, two cases of French toast, six 10-pound containers of corned beef hash, six 10-pound cans of beef ravioli and six 10-pound containers of beef stew. That amounts to 230 pounds of food. RMA Publicity arranged media coverage by KDKA Televison and TribLive.
Sandra Brown Lindstedt, author, Life of a Firefly, was a guest on the Black News Channel show, "Being A Woman," on Thurs., Dec. 10. Her interview stretched across two segments of the show. (Segment one) (Segment two).
In her middle grade novel, the African American author shares an enhanced version of her personal story, and the most important lessons she learned as a young girl growing up on the streets of Chicago. It is her hope that young girls who read her story will be able to relate to a strong character who looks like them and has similar interests and backgrounds.
Copies of Life of a Firefly can be ordered here.
Hudda Ibrahim, author of What Color is My Hijab? talked about her book on the Black News Channel show, Ladies First, on Dec. 3.
Her book features Muslim women wearing their hijabs as they work in a number of professions: doctor, teacher, artist, politician, etc. “I wanted to write something for the Muslim community to embrace, and to satisfy the curiosity of the wider American society that wonders how much Muslim women can actually do, even pushing the limits of what they thought Muslim women could do,” says Ibrahim, who teaches diversity and social justice at St. Cloud Technical and Community College in St. Cloud, Minn. Her closet is full of hijabs in different styles, patterns, and of course, colors! Her first book, From Somalia to Snow, explores how central Minnesota became home to Somalis. Hudda hopes this book brings joy to the girls who wear hijabs and brings light to all of the people they meet.
Learn more about Hudda's work at HuddaIbrahim.com.
Great news to share about 14-year-old Sanya Pirani, founder of Sanya's Hope for Children. Her effort to help the homeless and impoverished children is getting national attention. On Dec. 5, RMA Publicity secured stories on WCCO TV and KSTP TV in Minneapolis about her holiday gift bag packing event. The stories that aired captured the attention of producers at both The Drew Barrymore Show and Good Morning America.
Sanya's story was featured on the Drew Barrymore Show on Dec. 11. Here she is reacting to news that the show will be donating $10,000 to her nonprofit. On Monday, Dec. 21, she will be on Good Morning America's "What You Need to Know" show that airs at 1 p.m. ET. A third interview is pending on Minnesota Public Radio.
Sanya Pirani is the Founder of Sanya's Hope for Children, a non-profit that supports the needs of children in Minnesota and around the world. Learn more about her work on her website: Sanyashopeforchildren.org.