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Atlanta resident and international development professional Rebecca Schwartz and her mother, New York college professor Joni Schwartz, are on a mission to shed light on why racism is such a big problem in our society.
Rebecca, who is black, was born in Haiti and adopted by Joni, who is white, when she was nine years old. While they don’t see race as an issue, a lot of people of course do.
They are hoping by sharing their story they can change some minds. Their mission has captured the attention of the Atlanta Journal Contitution newspaper. Their story will be in print on Sunday, December 5, and is live online already.
Learn more about their project at JoniSchwartz.com.
Congratulations to Arcadian Barrett, founder of Crow House Press. RMA Publicity has secured a story in his local newspaper about the company. The Northeaster published the story, "Crow House Press features underrepresented writers" in its December 1 issue.
There is an effort underway to make this a Happy Holiday Season for thousands of homeless people in the Twin Cities. “3,000 Acts of Kindness” will take place at the Minneapolis Convention Center on Monday, December 13.
The goal is to bring together 3,000 people who are homeless in the Twin Cities and provide them with the gifts of some of life’s necessities, as well as fellowship. he effort has a need right now for donations of new hats, gloves, jackets, etc., as well as monetary donations and volunteers.
Chick-Fil-A Minnesota is stepping up by sponsoring a coat collection drive at all of its Twin Cities and St. Cloud restaurants this weekend and next. Customers who drop off a new or gently used coat on either Saturday, November 20 or Saturday, November 27 will receive the gift of a free sandwich.
Find out more at the event website: https://www.coatedinlove.org/events
Every Thanksgiving, the homeless in Minneapolis are treated to a special breakfast at Salvation Army's Harbor Light Center, and this year KARE television was there to share the event with its viewers.
One of the event's dedicated volunteers, Richard Bahr, author, Those People, has been serving the homeless at the Center for more than a decade. In fact, this year marked his 14th annual Thanksgiving morning at The Harbor Light Center. RMA Publicity is happy to have secured the coverage.