“FIVE for FIFTEEN DRIVE!”

“FIVE for FIFTEEN DRIVE!”

AARON & MARGARET WALLACE FOUNDATION (AMWF),  is looking for Churches, groups and organizations in Northern California willing to expand their reach into the communities with a FREE Food Ministry and interested expanding in Fremont, Santa Clara, and San Jose ASAP. EVERY religious and social service organization should have a FREE Food Program or they are not serving the community! From our 58 years experience and the many FREE Food Programs that we sponsor at the various locations, we can not afford to overlook those in need in the community! There is a VERY DIRE NEED going ignored in this area of ALL our communities nationwide! LET’S CHANGE THIS IMMEDIATELY!
        If you have a program and want to begin a FREE Food Program, just contact us and let’s get it going ASAP!!! We are prepared to help you no matter where you are located to start a FREE Food Program in your area!
     The program provides lunch, pastries, beverages, flowers and groceries of all types including meat, fish, poultry, halal, kosher, organic, all natural, gluten free, sugar free, etc.! The giveaway accommodates over 300 families per location! This is one of 20 locations for the Free Food Programs of the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation serving over 30,000 people per month!

 

        AMWF is beginning it’s “FIVE for FIFTEEN DRIVE!” with our phone campaign that will be calling YOU!. This is our national effort to raise the badly needed $75,000 to purchase the refrigerated truck, freezer, and vans. We are looking for FIVE INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, CHURCHES, OR ORGANIZATIONS TO RAISE $15,000 EACH TO DONATE TO THIS EFFORT!! YOU SHOULD EXPECT A PHONE CALL,EMAIL AND TEXT FROM US IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS RESQUESTING FOR YOUR COMMITMENT AND SUPPORT!!!
        If you want to donate to us please make your check payable to: AARON & MARGARET WALLACE FOUNDATION (AMWF), 7633 Sunkist Drive, Oakland, CA  94605; you can donate with Paypal email to: amwft@amwftrust.org, or our PayPal Fundraising Link: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=SE6DGFDH9XVKL, or go to our website and donate there. 

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         This is part of an overall effort to raise a total of $135,000 to include trucks, Apple computers, and equipment to better serve the ever expanding needy of Northern California with our Free Food Distributorship, first of it’s kind at this level! This is MAJOR!! We can put a possible END to food insecurity in the Bay Area, and serve as a model nationwide! Read it and let us know if or how you may be able to help us, we NEED IT!
        We have obtained a Food Truck to provide hot meals to the needy weekly and for special events!

          We serve over 30,000 people a month from 13 Communities and 20 other locations and provide for thousands with the special events we support that are totally free to the public. We contracted with the City of Richmond with a $1 Million coverage deal to provide regular weekly Free Food service to seven, then nine community centers- Booker T. Anderson Eastshore Park, Shield-Ried Center, Nevin Center, Parchester Community Center, and Martin Luther King Community Center on that list. This is a MAJOR GAME CHANGER as we will expand into Fremont, San Jose and Sunnyvale areas first, then the San Francisco, San Mateo, Marin, Walnut Creek, Fairfield, Sacramento areas if we can get the funding, but the REAL NEED is sooo much greater! You can help us solve that problem as according to the USDA Household Food Security in the United States Report, 2013, nearly 16 million children are living in food-insecure homes. That’s more than 1 in 5 children! 

       With a refrigerated truck, vans and freezer we could easily triple our distribution including daily fresh natural health foods, Zabiha, Halal, Organic, All Natural, Kosher, Vegan and specialty products, farm-fresh produce, high quality all-natural meats and seafood, and capacity to serve the needy! We will have fresh, natural organic products; a great mix of everyday staples; healthy canned goods; assorted fresh fruits and vegetables; gourmet deli meats and products; eggs, dairy and cheeses products; more high quality organic, all natural and grass fed meat, fish and poultry; all natural organic health foods; high quality baby foods;  high quality pet foods; dry and canned goods; frozen natural and organic prepared meals, foods and specialty items; natural body care and personal hygiene products; vitamins and supplements; fresh organic fruits and vegetables; organics and All natural products; gluten-free products; vegan and vegetarian meatless products; deli products; bakery products; bins and barrels of bulk food products; alternative options for those with food sensitivities, and so much more. Just what we strive for to provide to our needy clientele. This will more greatly enhance our business model as tantamount and concordant with our program and success, and YOU can assist us in providing even better products for those less fortunate immediately!
        Since hunger DOES NOT require it, we will not ask our clients to provide an ID or proof of residency, therefore we will not use the County Food Banks for these same FREE items. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES DO WE REQUIRE A PERSON TO GIVE THEIR NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE NUMBER, AND FAMILY SIZE WITH MATCHING GOVERNMENT ISSUED IDENTIFICATION!

    We also MUST acknowledge Dr. Naseem Z. and Dr. M. Yusuf Sheikh and Family, and the A 2 Z Foundation for arranging and hosting the weekly Jumaah “Free Farmers Market” Food Giveaway at the Berkeley Masjid in Berkeley, Ca.
    You can view their video at:

 

         Anyone can anonymously receive help for any of our services FREE at http://AMWFTRUST.ORGby submitting an online request form in a strictly confidential submission and they can also feel free to call the number (510) 394-4101 as well. Many of the people we serve are homeless, indigent, the uncounted or have slipped through the cracks of society. You can help us solve these problems with your donation to distribute FREE to the many, many needy people we serve that are at risk of hunger in our communities.
         You can make your check payable to: AARON & MARGARET WALLACE FOUNDATION (AMWF), 7633 Sunkist Drive, Oakland, CA  94605; you can donate with Paypal email to: amwft@amwftrust.org, or our PayPal Fundraising Link: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=SE6DGFDH9XVKL. We DO NOT accept government funding so please donate generously and SHARE THIS WITH YOUR NETWORKS!
        WE are trying to end this travesty by helping and giving for their change of life circumstances! Can YOU help Us help THEM? Make you tax deductible donation here!

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A List Celebrities Comps for Kentucky Derby, May 7, 2016

Derby RaceIf you are or have “A List” Celebrities that would like to attend the Kentucky Derby, May 7, 2016 you may be able to attend as a select V.I.P. The “A Lister” could receive: air transportation or Private Jet service from major U. S. cities, hotel suites and accommodations, ground transportation, VIP tickets to the Derby, special V.I.P. guest invitations to the exclusive events.
Contact us ASAP with Celebrity bio for consideration.

Millionaires Row

Throughout the years of the Kentucky Derby, the race has had a special appeal to the celebrity set. The rich and famous that mingle among the Derby Day crowd add a unique dimension to the spectacle of the “Run for the Roses.”
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In 2016, Derby Experiences will host three Pro Football Hall of Famers in the Turf Club: Shannon Sharpe, Thurman Thomas, & Warren Moon. These three will be seated in the Turf Club Balcony area and will be available for a Chalk Talk in Aristides Lounge and Affirmed Lounge in between races.

What do you get when you combine “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports” with legendary Gold Jacket recipients?  The most epic Kentucky Derby® experience imaginable.  In 2016, Derby Experiences will host three Pro Football Hall of Famers in the Turf Club: Shannon Sharpe, Thurman Thomas, and Warren Moon.  These football icons will be seated in the Turf Club Balcony area on both Derby and Oaks days, will be in the Aristides Lounge and the Affirmed Lounge in between races for Q&As, and will be in attendance at our Fillies & Lilies Party on Derby Eve!*  Learn more about these accomplished gentlemen below!
What do you get when you combine “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports” with legendary Gold Jacket recipients?  The most epic Kentucky Derby® experience imaginable.  In 2016, Derby Experiences will host three Pro Football Hall of Famers in the Turf Club: Shannon Sharpe, Thurman Thomas, and Warren Moon.  These football icons will be seated in the Turf Club Balcony area on both Derby and Oaks days, will be in the Aristides Lounge and the Affirmed Lounge in between races for Q&As, and will be in attendance at our Fillies & Lilies Party on Derby Eve!*  Learn more about these accomplished gentlemen below!

Shannon SharpeClass of 2011

“My life for 14 years in the National Football League was football. I ate, I drank, I slept and thought football. That’s all I wanted to do. I didn’t take vacations, I didn’t own a yacht, I didn’t have a whole bunch of hobbies other than working out and getting ready for the upcoming season.”

ShannonWith that kind of work ethic, you better believe Shannon Sharpe was one of the scariest tight ends the League has ever seen…if you were on the opposing defense, that is.  He called Denver home for the first decade of his professional career, gaining recognition early on for catching 53 passes for 640 yards in only his third season to earn his first Pro Bowl bid.  While at Denver, he earned two Super Bowl rings in back-to-back championship games (XXXII and XXXIII) and landed a coveted spot on Wheaties cereal boxes.

After leaving the Broncos in 2000, Sharpe signed with Baltimore, where he set a new record for receptions and receiving yards by a tight end.  Ozzie Newsome, the Ravens’ general manager at the time and the player whose record Sharpe surpassed, described him as “a great route-runner…[who has] proven that he can make the big plays.  That’s what separates him.  He’s a threat.”  Though he only spent two years with the Ravens, Sharpe earned yet another championship ring in Super Bowl XXXV, embarrassing the Giants in a game that ended with a final score of 34-7.

Sharpe returned to Denver for his final two seasons.  In all, Sharpe played 14 seasons totaling 815 receptions, 10,060 receiving yards, 62 touchdowns, and 8 Pro Bowl selections.

Thurman Thomas– Class of 2007

“In college, I had to work really hard to get my game where I wanted it to be because I had a guy Thurmanbehind me whose name was Barry Sanders. With him being behind me and not wanting him to take my job, if he ran 10 100-yard sprints, I had to run 11. Just to keep that edge. I think that helped me once I got into the pros.”

Back in the day, running back Thurman Thomas was a force to be reckoned with.  He began his professional career as a second-round pick with the Buffalo Bills, becoming part of the no-huddle offense that led the team to 4 consecutive Super Bowls (XXV – XXVIII).  He stockpiled more than 2,000 all-purpose yards in multiple individual seasons during his career, leading the league in yardage output with 631 yards on 62 receptions and 1,407 rushing yards in 1991.

In 2000, Thomas joined the ranks of Miami but suffered a career-ending knee injury in November of his inaugural season with the Dolphins.  In all, Thomas played 13 seasons totaling 12,074 rushing yards, 4,458 receiving yards, 65 rushing touchdowns, and 5 Pro Bowl selections.

Warren Moon– Class of 2006

Moon“We’re a family, and families support one another. I’m a part of this family. I’m going to support everything that it does.”

Moon led the league with 4,689 passing yards. He also led the league in attempts (584), completions (362), and touchdowns (33), and tied Dan Marino’s record with nine 300-yard games in a season. The following year, he again led the league in passing yards 4,690. At the same time, he joined Hall of Fame quarterbacks Dan Marino and Dan Fouts as the only quarterbacks to post back-to-back 4,000-yard seasons. Moon also established new NFL records that season with 655 attempts and 404 completions.

Moon was traded to the Minnesota Vikings before the 1994 season. In his debut season he passed for 4,264 yards and led the team to the playoffs. In his second season in Minnesota, he again passed for more than 4,200 yards. Moon moved on to the Seattle Seahawks as a free agent in 1997 where the veteran star set franchise records for completions (313) and yards passing (3,678) and earned his ninth Pro Bowl selection. Injuries limited his play in 1998. In 1999, Moon joined the Kansas City Chiefs and spent two seasons as a backup there before retiring.

Despite spending his first six professional seasons in the CFL, Moon ranked third all-time in NFL passing yardage and fourth in touchdown passes thrown at the time of his retirement.

Mingle with Pro Football Hall of Famers at the Kentucky Derby®!

During Q&A sessions in the Aristides and Affirmed Lounges, these Hall of Famers will reflect on their life experiences and what they’ve learned over the years.  We look forward to hosting these special guests at the Kentucky Derby to create a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience.

These esteemed athletes are expected to be in attendance on both Derby and Oaks days, making appearances in the Lounges around midday and attending our Fillies & Lilies Party on Derby Eve!*  Click below to browse through our Derby packages – select packages with Turf Club, Aristides Lounge, or Affirmed Lounge access to be in the presence of these great athletes!

Kentucky Derby® Parties : Fillies & Lilies Party

Date: Friday, May 6, 2016
Time: 7:30pm – 11:30pm
Location: Kentucky Derby Museum

Description
Derby-Experiences-Fillies-and-Lilies-Party-Wynonna-Judd-PerformanceJoin Derby Experiences on Friday, May 6th, 2016 at the Kentucky Derby Museum for the Fillies & Lilies Party, which will feature a live performance from Grammy award-winning artist Wynonna Judd, a private bourbon lounge, and so much more! A portion of the proceeds from this exclusive kick-off party will benefit the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA), a not-for-profit organization that accredits, inspects, and awards grants to approved aftercare organizations to retire, retrain, and rehome Thoroughbreds after their racing careers. Add the Fillies & Lilies Party to any existing Derby Experiences package or donate by clicking following the link below.
(no ticket to the Derby is required for entry).

General Admission Access
$599 per person
Ticket to Fillies & Lilies Party
LIVE Performance by Wynonna Judd
Heavy hors d’oeuvres
with action stations
Premium Open Bar
Bourbon Lounge
Celebrity Appearances by:
Rosie Napravnick – Jockey & two-time winner of the Kentucky Oaks
Jill Byrne – Host of Churchill Downs paddock show, racing analyst, & commentator
Michael Blowen – NRTA Elipse Award Winner & President of Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement

BUY TICKETS
VIP Access (table of 4)
$4,000
Ticket to Fillies & Lilies Party
LIVE Performance by Wynonna Judd
Heavy hors d’oeuvres
with action stations
Premium Open Bar
Bourbon Lounge
Celebrity Appearances by:
Rosie Napravnick – Jockey & two-time winner of the Kentucky Oaks
Jill Byrne – Host of Churchill Downs paddock show, racing analyst, & commentator
Michael Blowen – NRTA Elipse Award Winner & President of Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement
Reserved Table of 4 in the first 2 Rows
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Kentucky Derby® Parties : The Barnstable Brown Gala

Date: Friday, May 6, 2016
Time: 8:00pm
Location: Barnstable Brown Mansion
Price: $1,300 per person

Description
The Barnstable Brown Gala is the place to be the night before the Derby. It’s a black-tie affair, held at the Barnstable Brown Mansion in Downtown Louisville. If there’s a celebrity attending the race, you’re bound to find them at this party. The party is hosted annually by Patricia Barnstable Brown and proceeds benefit Diabetes Research at the University of Kentucky.

Inclusions
Ticket to The Barnstable Brown Gala
Reserved Seating is available for an upgrade charge
Exquisite Buffet
Open Bar
Guests Include:
Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Richie Sambora, Brian McKnight, Robert Herjavec of Shark Tank, Kym Johnson of Dancing With the Stars, Stephen Amell, Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett, Johnny Gill, Johnny Weir, Tara Lipinski, Josh Henderson, Victoria’s Secret model Lindsay Ellingson, Boyz II Men, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, Clay Walker, Orianthi, Terri Clark, Ron Isley of the Isley Brothers, Salt-N-Pepa, Morris Day, Travis Tritt, Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr., Mary Wilson of the Supremes, Liam McIntyre of Spartacus, Joey Fatone, Montgomery Gentry, Julie Benz
*General admission with open seating

 

Previous Kentucky Derby A List Celebrities

Anna Nicole Smith

MJ
Jordan at Derby

Actress Gabrielle Union at Derby
Actress Gabrielle Union at Derby

Lady Celebs

Ice T & Coco
Ice T and Coco at Derby

Eddie George, Vince Evans, Michael Strahan at Derby
Eddie George, Vince Evans, Michael Strahan at Derby

Dwayne Wade at Derby
Dwayne Wade at Derby

 

 

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One of the first celebrity sightings dates to 1877 when famed Polish actress Helena Modjeska attended the third running of the Kentucky Derby. In the 1945 book, Down the Stretch, it was noted that Modjeska was impressed by the Derby but even more charmed by the mint julep to which she was introduced by Churchill Downs founder M. Lewis Clark following the race.Derby Party

Over the years, a stream of celebrities from film, music, sports, politics and wealth have been drawn to the Derby. On at least one occasion, a celebrity with a more notorious background was the talk of the Derby. The 15th renewal in 1889 brought bank and train robber Frank James to Louisville. The brother of famed outlaw Jesse James and a leader in their outlaw gang, Frank was on hand to watch Spokane take the victory over favored Proctor Knott.
Although most of the rich and famous that attend are guests of prominent ticket holders, the Derby has also attracted an impressive roster of celebrity racehorse owners. The group has found that the thrill of running their horses in the Kentucky Derby is as moving as any accomplishment in their professional careers.

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During the 1990s this group of celebrity owners grew to include: musician MC Hammer, 1992 Dance Floor, 3rd; composer Burt Bacharach, 1994 Soul of the Matter, 5th, and 1995 Afternoon Deelites, 8th; music producer Berry Gordy, 1994 Powis Castle, 8th; film producer Albert Broccoli, 1994 Brocco, 4th; New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, 1997 Concerto, 9th; and former NBA and current University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino, 1998 Halory Hunter, 4th, and 2001 A P Valentine, 7th.

 

A direct descendant of England’s Epsom Derby, the Kentucky Derby has been attended on four separate occasions by British royalty. The first came in 1930, when Edward George Villiers Stanley, the 17th Earl of Derby and a representative of the family from whom the term Derby was derived, became the first member of Actress Zoe Saldana at the 133rd Kentucky Derbythe English nobility to attend. Prohibition was in effect at the time and Lord Derby expressed his disappointment in not being able to sample a mint julep. “You have a great many advantages I should like to copy for England,” Derby said, “but prohibition is not one of them.” Derby was followed in 1951 by the Duke of Windsor, who had renounced the British throne in 1936 so he could marry American divorcee Wallis Simpson.
The 100th running of the Kentucky Derby in 1974 brought Princess Margaret and her husband, Lord Snowdon. The most recent visit by British royalty came in 2007, when Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II attended with her husband, Prince Philip.
Eight U.S. Presidents have witnessed the Derby and marveled at the pageantry and spectacle of the famed event. Future President Harry S. Truman was reported as the first and was followed in 1952 by Lyndon Johnson who attended as a Texas senator. In 2000, future President George W. Bush, who would win the election that same year, was on hand for the 126th running of the Derby with his father former President George Herbert Walker Bush.
Only Richard M. Nixon attended while serving in office. He had visited in 1968 as guest of Kentucky Governor Louie B. Nunn and commented that if he was elected President he would return to the 1969 Derby. That year also attracted two future presidents Gerald R. Ford and Ronald Reagan. No other President has witnessed more Derbys than Ford. Beginning in 1977, Ford and his wife Betty attended almost every Derby for 10 years as guests of longtime friend John Galbreath, a former Churchill chairman of the board. In 1983, for the 109th Derby, two past Presidents and one future president were in attendance. Ford was joined by Jimmy Carter, the Democrat who had defeated him in 1976, and then Vice President George Bush, who would win the 1988 presidential election. In 1999, Al Gore joined the list of vice presidents that attended the Derby. That list includes: 1931, Charles Curtis; 1937, John Nance Garner; and 1958 Alben Barkley.

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PayPal LogoAARON & MARGARET WALLACE FOUNDATION, (AMWF)
is beginning it’s “FIVE for FIFTEEN DRIVE!”. This is our national effort to raise the badly needed $75,000 to purchase the refrigerated truck, freezer, and vans. We are looking for FIVE INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, CHURCHES, OR ORGANIZATIONS TO RAISE $15,000 EACH TO DONATE TO THIS EFFORT!! This is part of an overall effort to raise a total of $135,000 to include trucks, Apple computers, and equipment to better serve the ever expanding needy of Northern California with our Free Food Distributorship, first of it’s kind at this level! This is MAJOR!! We can put a possible END to food insecurity in the Bay Area, and serve as a model nationwide! Read it and let us know if or how you may be able to help us, we NEED IT!
Founded in 1957, AMWF has successfully completed all the necessary requirements to meet the standards for a food distributorship in Northern California and are looking for Churches, groups and organizations willing to expand their reach into the communities with a FREE Food MinistryEVERY Social Services group should have a FREE Food Program or they are not serving the community! From our 58 years experience and the many FREE Food Programs that we sponsor at the various charities and fundraisers, we can not afford to overlook those in need in the community! There is a VERY DIRE NEED going ignored in this area of ALL our communities nationwide! LET’S CHANGE THIS IMMEDIATELY!!
If you have a program and want to begin a FREE Food Program, just contact us and let’s get it going ASAP!!! We are prepared to help you no matter where you are located to start a FREE Food Program in your area!
We have obtained a Food Truck to provide hot meals to the needy, at the weekly and for special events!

AMWF Pay1The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation provides FREE food; clothing; computers; private
school and college admissions educational opportunities; assists with referrals for job training and placement; rental assistance; social services assistance; homelessness assistance; mental and physical health assistance; medical assistance and legal aid assistance referrals FREE for ANYONE whom has the need at the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation website.

We serve over 30,000 people a month from 13 Communities and 19 other locations and provide for thousands with the special events we support that are totally free to the public. We contracted with the City of Richmond with a $1 Million coverage deal to provide regular weekly Free Food service to seven, then nine community centers- Booker T. Anderson Eastshore Park, Shield-Ried Center, Nevin Center, Parchester Community Center, and Martin Luther King Community Center on that list. This is a MAJOR GAME CHANGER as we will expand into Fremont, San Jose and Sunnyvale areas first, then the San Francisco, San Mateo, Marin, Walnut Creek, Fairfield, Sacramento areas if we can get the funding, but the REAL NEED is sooo much greater! You can help us solve that problem as according to the USDA Household Food Security in the United States Report, 2013, nearly 16 million children are living in food-insecure homes. That’s more than 1 in 5 children! We still need more Special dietary foods.
With a refrigerated truck, vans and freezer we could easily triple our distribution including daily fresh natural health foods, Zabiha, Halal, Organic, All Natural, Kosher, Vegan and specialty products, farm-fresh produce, high quality all-natural meats and seafood, and capacity to serve the needy! We will have fresh, natural organic products; a great mix of everyday staples; healthy canned goods; assorted fresh fruits and vegetables; gourmet deli meats and products; eggs, dairy and cheeses products; more high quality organic, all natural and grass fed meat, fish and poultry; all natural organic health foods; high quality baby foods;  high quality pet foods; dry and canned goods; frozen natural and organic prepared meals, foods and specialty items; natural body care and personal hygiene products; vitamins and supplements; fresh organic fruits and vegetables; organics and All natural products; gluten-free products; vegan and vegetarian meatless products; deli products; bakery products; bins and barrels of bulk food products; alternative options for those with food sensitivities, and so much more. Just what we strive for to provide to our needy clientele. This will more greatly enhance our business model as tantamount and concordant with our program and success, and YOU can assist us in providing even better products for those less fortunate immediately!
We again provided our community’s many families in need locally. You can help us solve these problems with your donation.
Since hunger DOES NOT require it, we will not ask our clients to provide an ID or proof of residency, therefore we will not use the County Food Banks for these same FREE items. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES DO WE REQUIRE A PERSON TO GIVE THEIR NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE NUMBER, AND FAMILY SIZE WITH MATCHING GOVERNMENT ISSUED IDENTIFICATION!

Anyone can anonymously receive help for any of our services FREE at http://AMWFTRUST.ORG by submitting an online request form in a strictly confidential submission and they can also feel free to call the number (510) 394-4101 as well. Many of the people we serve are homeless, indigent, the uncounted or have slipped through the cracks of society. You can help us solve these problems with your donation to distribute FREE to the many, many needy people we serve that are at risk of hunger in our communities.
We owe an INCREDIBLE debt of gratitude to Dr. M. Yusuf and Dr. Naseem Z. Sheikh and the Berkeley Masjid for their undying faith, support, commitment and generosity! May GOD grant them the highest station and in the hereafter may he raise them among the righteous! A very special “Thanks” to all that have supported our efforts over the years!
You can make your check payable to: AARON & MARGARET WALLACE FOUNDATION (AMWF), 7633 Sunkist Drive, Oakland, CA  94605; you can donate with Paypal email to: amwft@amwftrust.org, or our PayPal Fundraising Link: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=SE6DGFDH9XVKL. We DO NOT accept government funding so please donate generously and SHARE THIS WITH YOUR NETWORKS!

In another religion they honor people who serve like you with Sainthood!”– Economics Professor Adeel Malik, Oxford University, England, speaking about Abdul-Jalil and the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation.

Also, the AARON & MARGARET WALLACE FOUNDATION, (AMWF), is looking for a shop in the East Bay Area, California, to offer FREE clothing and accessories on a monthly basis. We already have clothing items, racks and displays. The clothing will be given based on need while they last and are listed below! We have new and gently used fashionable clothing available for mainly Middle School to College students and some Big & Tall! We have the latest style clothing and accessories of ALL types: footwear; eye wear; sports gear; weight training equipment and accessories; swimwear and swim equipment and accessories; electronics; toiletries; health and beauty products, equipment and accessories; hair care products, equipment and accessories; and much more! Just complete the request form below for consideration!
If you have a venue or know of one, please do not hesitate to contact us immediately!

“Apparel donations can be dropped off in the Bay Area or a convenient and easy pick-up can be arranged. For complete information, call or text us at 510 394-4101.

Please click the link and complete the “Hand of Dignity” FREE clothing request form to instruct us how best to help you.
WE are trying to end this travesty by helping and giving for their change of life circumstances! Can YOU help Us help THEM? Make you tax deductible donation here!

Thanks,
Abdul-Jalil
Call or text (510) 394-4101 or (510) 394-4501

The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Food Program (AMWF) has helped the less fortunatePayPal Logo for over 58 years continuously and are now serving over 30,000 per month from 19 Northern California locations!
After witnessing my mother and father give freely to others since I was a child from the1950’s until their death, charity struck a cord with me. I often thought, “how and in whatway I could contribute anything close to the enormous good they had done so often for so many?”. My parents purchased land and built a church for their personal pastor and to accompany that, they also built him and his family a home as well.
As I grew and matured, became more knowledgeable, sophisticated, and worldly, and as my faith and religious acumen blossomed, I realized the prodigious importance of building a house of worship and the infinite blessings that flow from such an achievement. I had to find a way to fulfill that potential within me as my parents had set the bar very, very high!
I knew that I didn’t have to re-invent the wheel as there was an incredible model  for success that I could really make a difference and give back to my community by continuing the programs that my parents had forged when I was a child! So the A&MWF began with the
support of friends, neighbors, acquaintances, religious leaders, community members, and businesses dedicated to helping others.

The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation (A&MWF) is a non-denominational, multi-cultural,100% volunteer financed and operated relief organization that provides FREE food, medicine, clothing, educational and employment opportunities, mental and physical health referrals, legal aid, shelter and other necessities to individuals, children, families, and organizations who lack these essentials for any reason. We provide private school and college admissions educational opportunities; assists with referrals for job training and placement; rental assistance; social services assistance; homelessness assistance; mental and physical health assistance; medical assistance and legal aid assistance referrals FREE for ANYONE whom has the need at the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation website.

AMWF Paypal    A&MWF, a public services organization based on GIVING AND SHARING, has created a 100% volunteer self-operated, self-supported, self financed model defined by developing the marketplace of a network that features high-performing results in the invaluable areas of: youth development; elementary, secondary and college education; poverty alleviation; mental and physical health medical services; social services, as well as other economic-empowerment programs for individuals, families; and small businesses.
A&MWF is pioneering a new trend, as government and community funds grapple with the recession and the challenges of raising funds, WE have forged an awareness and sustained an effort to connect those in dire need with service providers, donors, volunteers and nonprofit groups with these causes. We have taken community foundations and moved into social networking, reaching beyond static “bricks and mortar” to interactive Web sites to serve as a “dynamic virtual clearinghouses or town square” that holds conversations between those in NEED and their local charities, citizens, donors, and volunteers.
Every month thousands of San Francisco/ Oakland Bay Area residents rely on the AMWF Community Food Program for nutritious food and social service resources. As a local entity providing free food to those in need, we are seeing a significant increase in the percentage of children we serves, as county food banks see a spike in pleas for help. “51 percent of individuals served … are infants, children and teenagers. In the past, the percentage of people under 18 was 40 percent.”
The change is attributed to an increase in the number of families seeking emergency food aid. “Traditionally we’ve seen more demand for services from the western end of the city, but we are seeing an increase in need in the central part, and we even have people from the Hills and the affluent parts of town”.
The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Community Food Programs (AMWF), a multi-ethnic, multi-issue community-based organization, continues to carry out its mission of a society in which all persons flourish as it provides and refers comprehensive services — in collaboration with other hunger, health care, housing, violence, abuse, counseling, senior, youth, women, children, civil rights, employment, and education response agencies — to thousands of men, women and children living in San Francisco/ Oakland Bay Area in California to help transform the lives of people in need.
AMWF extends these various services and programs to the economically, mentally, and physically challenged; the poor and homeless; the undereducated and undeserved; people living with symptomatic HIV and AIDS; substance abuse; seniors 55 years and older; prenatal women; at risk youth; and homebound people living with serious illness.
Our members, and the people we serve are of different race, faith, culture, age, gender, sexual orientation and income levels. AMWF by providing direct services, including providing nutritious food; edvocating for and participating in many relevant social service programs that promote the self-sufficiency of people in need; educating the general public about these issues, their causes and this partial solution while inspiring a consummate social conscience and honoring the dignity of every person. As part of that principal mission, AMWF works for basic economic survival security for all and the elimination of poverty by providing these services thus effecting societal and governmental policies that regulate the less fortunate to the bottom of the economic, social, health, and opportunity pyramid, with full understanding that any policy which affects the poorest of us affects all of us.
By catering to everyone we have built many allies with statewide and national anti-hunger organizations to support legislation addressing low-income people’s food needs. In doing so, we help build power in our communities and win institutional changes on the issues that affect our lives as we provide fresh, hot, nutritious meals and bags of groceries with healthy meat, fish, breads, perishable and nonperishable food, such as canned vegetables and fruits, tuna fish, peanut butter, rice, dry beans and pasta, at a location near their home that are served to anyone without restriction.
A&MWF has made it easy and effortless for service providers, donors, volunteers and nonprofit groups to connect with those in NEED, as we have received more individuals needs profiles submitted on this site. The profiles include their contact information, information about their needs, desired solutions, pleas for their need satisfaction, and a listing of opportunities to achieve their solution. We also have profiles submitted of individuals as prospective donors or volunteers, include information about the causes that interest them.
We look forward to our being able to do business together helping those most in need while providing you with incredible branding opportunities with maximum media exposure for the greatest community relations benefit and increased business development. There is no better branding than to be perceived as a company that cares for the less fortunate, the working man, and the environment while presenting a quality product at a great price and being socially conscious. Your customer feels that they are contributing to your good efforts as if they are doing it themselves!
If you or someone that you know needs Quality of Life Aid, PLEASE fill out the form below so that we can determine the best way to assist them.
Anyone can register at http://AMWFTRUST.ORG by submitting an online request form in a strictly confidential submission and they can also feel free to call the number (510) 394-4101 as well.
WE are trying to end this travesty by helping and giving for their change of life circumstances! Can YOU help Us help THEM? Make you tax deductible donation here!

Thank you,

Abdul-Jalil
510.394-4101

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We, ¿eX-whY? AdVentures, would be able to help you or your organization with it’s fundraising and promotion with a fundraising/media campaign. Perhaps we can raise funds and help each other if your willing to commit to be a “Five for Fifteen Drive” donor organizer. Here’s how!

Selecting the people and groups that are potential donors govern us and should be our highest priority as fundraisers. Any religious system that becomes complacent MUST be given new life with the infusion of new opinions, new ideas, new people, diversity and change. Fundraisers must rise above their self interests to embrace this new diversity and include the “Heartbeat of All People”. We at ¿eX-whY? AdVentures have that formula for success as a major force in our arsenal! You can check our EMPOWERMENT POLLING page and complete the

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As a means for us to move forward I would like to begin the initial intake process for you as a Strategic Planning Client. To that end I would like you are to complete our on-line “Strategic Planning Client Questionnaire” on our website at:
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   In the spirit of GIVING, we ask all to take advantage of our services offer and I want to personally ask that YOU do so FREE or on a cost basis. We will develop a new Corporate Branded Logo (at cost), mount a Media Campaign, build a Commercial Corporate Website (at cost), host your Non-Profit website for 6 months FREE, produce a Corporate Promotional Video (at cost), perform a Strategic Planing Analysis, or develop a Social Media Marketing platform. Take your choice, it’s FREE!

We, ¿eX-whY? AdVentures, would be able to help you or your organization with it’s fundraising and promotion with a fundraising/media campaign. Perhaps we can raise funds and help each other if your willing to commit to be a Fundraising Donor Organizer. Here’s how!

Selecting the people and groups that are potential donors govern us and should be our highest priority as fundraisers. Any religious system that becomes complacent MUST be given new life with the infusion of new opinions, new ideas, new people, diversity and change. Fundraisers must rise above their self interests to embrace this new diversity and include the “Heartbeat of All People”. We at ¿eX-whY? AdVentures have that formula for success as a major force in our arsenal! You can check our EMPOWERMENT POLLING page and complete the 

This is a matter of singular importance to all. It reinforces the commitment to providing the national landscape with the knowledge for a more well rounded view of the world and provide the ability to forge exceptional leadership.

The preeminence of this diversity and Heartbeat provides a knowledge base upon which to build an all inclusive platform that is second to none, not only in the quality of the freedom and standard of living we enjoy, not only in the caliber of intellectual achievement and the scientific gains we have made, but also in terms of the delivery of this total cache to the public at large and your religious community in particular.

This knowledge will help develop donors, business, policy and research that can guide your community’s policymakers on issues of local to national importance, government, economic growth, education, labor issues, health care, real estate development and housing, social welfare, criminal justice and civil rights.

This knowledge and Heartbeat is “ground zero” in the religious, racial, ethnic, economic, and geographical transformation of the international mindset to be all inclusive of this diversity and opinions, to be proactive on these issues and will lead in engaging those questions. The disenfranchised does not have to be the unfortunate victim of history and with self determination, can take charge of their own destiny, if given an opportunity.

¿eX-whY? selects, customizes, and uses effective methodologies and designs creative techniques for generating insightful findings as well as analyzing and producing actionable recommendations to assist you with achieving your goals and meeting the needs of your target market.

¿eX-whY? AdVentures combines web, telephone and postal mail outreach techniques for collecting donations and primary data with secondary research data and forecasting to provide sophisticated overviews of markets, with religious, political and business environment conditions for your fundraising and media campaign, product, company, promotion, subscription/membership drive, marketing, etc.

We can offer a most effective and comprehensive campaign of an introductory initial phone call, a follow-up letter, fax or email, and a closing phone call to secure your desired action for less than the costs of a door hanger and lunch per person!!!. We can have your name, face, voice, platform, product, or organization in front of your constituency or target market for less than you could imagine!!!

With this knowledge ¿eX-whY? AdVentures, is vital to a successful effort to raise funds, form committees, enlist precinct workers, obtain endorsements, stage promotions, register voters, hold press conferences, walk precincts, mail brochures, answer and make phone calls to your constituents.

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    Are you interested in growing your business?
    We are offering a Business analysis and will discuss your needs for an overall Strategic Plan including a Website upgrade with a national media campaign, after you have completed the Strategic Planning Client Questionnaire on our website and schedule a meeting to contract our services and move forward to SUCCESS!

    We can mount a media campaign for you with events and advantages your business offers to potential clients as the centerpiece of that effort. This could not only provide exposure and build your new brand, but could also build your business development with corporate sponsors, business partners, non-profit organizations and donors.

    You could be your own special BRAND within and without the business campaign! This will not detract from the business campaign in any way and inevitably lead to other business opportunities, and a very effective social position that will allow you to achieve more business goals! 

    We will be integrally involved in creating the campaign concept with you as both a separate branded entity and the business brand. We would develop them within the overall brand platform and defining a tangible brand experience across the myriad offerings of the business services and social activities. Our work will touch on all aspects of the business as a brand, and the brand’s physical presentation; client offerings; programs; events; promotions; Web site; marketing; advertising; publicist; social media managements; sponsorship vehicles; and creation of “your business Community” through multi-channel strategies for both traditional and new media to engender an engaging, interactive and sustainable customer experience.

    We will to develop and create expedient, viable, replicable solutions to optimize your bottom line, raise your public profile and social perception while increasing the satisfaction quotient for your customers.

    As a means for us to move forward I would like to begin the initial intake process for you as a Strategic Planning Client. To that end I would like you are to complete our on-line “Strategic Planning Client Questionnaire” on our website at:
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    Complete the form as thoroughly as you can so that we can move forward in an informed, intelligent way to achieve your stated goals.

    You should take the time while at the website to review a great source of information on our company here and more useful information on the following pages:
Social Media Management at:  http://ex-why.com/branded-social-media-management/
Publicist Services at: http://ex-why.com/publicist-services/
New Client Questionnaire at:  http://ex-why.com/new-client-questionnaire/

Respectfully, 

 
Abdul-Jalil 
President 
Call or text (510) 394-4601

Marshawn Lynch’s Fam 1st Family Foundation Football Camp July 9-11, 2015

Marshawn Lynch’s Fam 1st Family Foundation Football Camp July 9-11, 2015

The man, the myth, the BEAST.  Fanlime spent the weekend with Superbowl Champion and Seattle Seahawk’s all star running back Marshawn Lynch (aka BEASTMODE) to talk about his Oakland roots, the Fam 1st Family Foundation he founded with cousin Josh Johnson and his exclusive BeastMode collaborations with sports street wear brand Hall of Fame, the cutting edge performance brand ICNY, and the legendary Bay Area Hip-Hop crew, Hieroglyphics.

Fam 1st Family Foundation Football Camp

Talent show

July 9 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Thursday, July 9, 2015. Talent show
Held at Oakland Tech High School  Auditorium
4351 Broadway Oakland, CA
5pm-9pm Admission  $5 (4 under free)

Family Bowl Night (Albany Bowl)

July 10 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Friday, July 10, 2015
Family Bowl Night (Albany Bowl)
540 San Pablo Ave Albany, Ca
5pm -9pm
Presale Admission  $20
Door Admission  $30

Purchase tickets
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Annual Football Camp

July 11

Saturday July 11,2015
Annual Football Camp
Oakland Tech
4351 Broadway Oakland, Ca
Admission Free

Pre-Registration Online
Check in at 8am-9am (ages 6-12)
Check in at 12-1pm (ages13-18)

After Party

July 11 @ 10:00 pm – July 12 @ 2:00 am

After Party
July 11th
10pm -2pm
Location:  TBA
$20 Admission

Fam 1st Family Foundation Talent Show

MARSHAWN LYNCH

Aside from his profession as a running back for the Seattle Seahawks, Marshawn Lynch is, in most ways, a typical American. Like anyone else, the lineaments of his success are consistent with the status symbols of his childhood and hometown. Like many good kids, he was a dreamer who wanted to grow up to help his family. Like many good men, his true heart is not for public view, and like many famous people, he’s wary of your motives.

A combination of these attributes earned Marshawn a $100,000 fine from the NFL last November for not interacting with the media. While not required by the Seattle Seahawks—Pete Carroll certainly doesn’t care if Marshawn talks to the press or not—the NFL, as part of its assiduous image maintenance, demands that its marquee players routinely supply the media with content. You don’t have to watch football to guess that most of this patter is the verbal equivalent of a store-bought Halloween costume, and because variations from this banal pattern often receive undeserved, rabid scrutiny, an enforced vapidity has long been the norm among athletes and their image managers. One should not critique Marshawn for wanting no part of this.

“He cares a lot more about his teammates than people think. He cares a lot more about this game than people think,” former Seahawk fullback Michael Robinson tells the Seattle Times. “He’s just not a guy that’s going to do it for the camera. That’s how he is.”

Marshawn Lynch (Kurt Rogers, San Francisco
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While he’s willing to perform when he calls the shots (as with his recent endorsement dealwith Skittles, his favorite candy going back to childhood) his scant press interviews usually range from curt to succinct. NFL Network reporter Deion Sanders happened into what qualifies asMarshawn’s mission statement when Marshawn told him, “I’m all about that action, boss … I ain’t never seen no talking that ever mean nothing. Been like that since I was little. I was raised like that.”

Marshawn’s “action” also happens to speak volumes. Nicknamed “Beast Mode” since his teenage years, Marshawn has an unusual talent for breaking tackles and finding an extra gear, perhaps best exemplified by this astonishing runagainst the New Orleans Saints a few years back. Seahawks fans love the guy; they’ve made his jersey one of the top-selling in football and caused Seattle-wide Skittles shortages in the lead-up to last year’s Super Bowl. These exploits make him worthy of the attention—if he wanted it.

Perhaps in retaliation, the media hasn’t downplayed Marshawn’s indiscretions and scrapes with the law, which mostly happened while he was a young player on his first team, the Buffalo Bills. He’s endured a hit-and-run charge he incurred while rolling through Buffalo’s bar district, a misdemeanor weapons charge, a DUI, and a citation for playing loud music—while in the Bills’ stadium parking lot.

“I would like to see them (critics) grow up in project housing authorities, being racially profiled growing up, sometimes not even having nothing to eat, sometimes having to wear the same damn clothes to school for a whole week,” Marshawn told Jeffri Chadiha, in a rare interview for ESPN E:60. “Then all of a sudden a big-ass change in their life, like their dream come true, to the point they’re starting their career, at 20 years old, when they still don’t know shit. I would like to see some of the mistakes they would make.”

Characteristically, Marshawn will not often talk about his difficult upbringing in a dangerous Oakland neighborhood. Marshawn’s mom, Delisa Lynch, a single parent working two jobs, struggled to support Marshawn and his siblings, and couldn’t often be around to keep them out of trouble or be there when someone let them down. Also, she permitted, but did not encourage, Marshawn’s relationship with his biological father, Maurice Sapp. “He chose a different lifestyle than what I wanted,” she says. “And let’s leave it at that.”

Marshawn badly wanted to spend time with his dad, however, and Maurice was around until Marshawn was eleven, doing things like taking him to church, but then got in trouble with the law and became increasingly remote.

In his E:60 interview, Marshawn told Chadiha about a time he went to his dad’s place only to have his father abandon him. “Moms would be like, I’m going to take you over here, to your dad’s house,” Marshawn says. “And when I get there, my dad’s like, OK, I’ll be right back, and then you don’t see this guy for like two days or something. And then after a while you build up numb feelings to that. You start to expect the worst from people.”

“The biggest letdown was his father,” his high school coach, Delton Edwards, told the New York Daily News. “That was the biggest letdown of all time. He wanted to build a relationship with his father, and it was there at times. But it never materialized.”

Marshawn also attributes some of his reticence to the tough neighborhood where he was raised. “Being from Oakland, you see a lot of things,” Lynch told ESPN this week. “You see friends turn on friends all the time. You see family turn on family.”

The family that was there for Marshawn—including his mom, uncles, and cousins, many of whom were talented athletes, saw a lot of potential in the shy, hurt little kid who ate Skittles before games and showed unusual endurance from a young age. “I’ll tell you why, and nobody knows this either,” Delisa tells Seahawks.com. “When I was pregnant with Marshawn, he was supposed to have a twin. When I had Marshawn, another placenta came out. That’s when the midwife said, ‘Don’t be surprised if he’s an amazingly strong child.’ So Marshawn is a twin to himself.”

Whether the cause of his football ability is talent, work ethic, or an extra placenta, Marshawn’s athleticism and academic performance got him into the University of California—Berkeley, where he was a star for the Golden Bears football team and earned a 3.2 GPA as a Social Welfare major. Before he even began his NFL career, he understood that he could leverage his status as a prominent athlete to make a difference in his community, the way people like Delton Edwards and his uncles had made a difference for him.

When Marshawn went pro and picked an agent—naturally, a local Bay Area guy named Doug Hendrickson—Doug was amazed at his new client’s focus. “In the first meeting, he wasn’t asking about his contract,” he told Peter King. “Honest to God, his dream was to build a youth center for kids in Oakland.”

In 2011, Marshawn teamed up with a cousin, NFL quarterback Josh Johnson, to launch a Bay Area non-profit called the Fam 1st Family Foundation. He hosts hundreds of kids each year at a free football camp, and plans to do much more; his fully-realized youth complex will have a computer lab, a gymnasium, a music studio, and will increasingly segue from its current focus on sports. “The main component we want to teach is basic life skills I feel a lot of kids are missing,” Marshawn said to Sports Illustrated. “How to balance a checkbook, create a résumé, how to fill out a job application, how to speak with confidence one-on-one.”

“This is not a vanity project,” says supporter and current California Lieutenant GovernorGavin Newsom, who met Marshawn when Gavin was mayor of San Francisco. “I’ve been in this racket long enough to have seen a lot of athletes who are just going through the motions, just checking a box. Marshawn has a deep commitment. He genuinely cares about his community, which is inspiring to see. Not only is he going to get this place built, but I’m going to predict the doors will never close.”

In addition to the non-profit and the youth center, Marshawn also does a lot of day-to-day assistance with disadvantaged children, from turkeys on Thanksgiving and presents on Christmas to free tickets to games and tours of the locker room. Pointedly, he’s disallowed the team’s media relations staff from inviting the press to witness any of these interactions with kids and their families.

“I think he’s a great philanthropist. He does anything for kids,” says Richard Sherman, one of the handful of other Seahawks who have started a non-profit. “And I think that if more people saw that side of him, they would look at him differently.”

“I feel that’s most important,” Marshawn told 710 ESPN Seattle. “To put a different light into their lives and let them know that they actually do have a chance.”

In saying so, Marshawn seems redolent of James Baldwin, who wrote in Nothing Personal: “It is necessary, while in darkness, to know that there is a light somewhere, to know that in oneself, waiting to be found, there is a light.”

“Generations do not cease to be born,” Baldwin continues in the same essay. “And we are responsible to them because we are the only witnesses they have.”

Marshawn says, “Most people told me growing up that I would either be dead or in jail by the age of 18. I have friends that didn’t make it to 18. I’ve got homeboys now that have been in jail since they was 16. This is something that I wanted to change in my neighborhood. I felt if I could influence one kid to try to help them through life, that’s a win for me.”

Marshawn Lynch wasn’t sure if he would attend Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day. On Tuesday, Lynch did indeed appear at the event to briefly speak with the assembled media before spending some additional time with NFL Network’s Deion Sanders.Marshawn Lynch Scores in SUPER BOWL!!!

If Marshawn had any love for the spotlight, or even the slightest desire to soak up the fame associated with America’s most hyped sporting event, Tuesday could serve as a coming-out party for the ages.

With thousands of reporters set to descend upon the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., for Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day, Lynch has a compelling story to tell — which, in all likelihood, the Seattle Seahawks’ star running back will go to great lengths to avoid telling.

As of Monday, Lynch, the NFL’s answer to Greta Garbo, was still deciding whether to show up for the mandatory team-interview session, even at the risk of incurring fines that could exceed $100,000.

Even if he does appear at the podium, look for Lynch to give a figurative stiff-arm to reporters’ questions with the same ferocity he displays when pushing away would-be tacklers on his trademark Beast Mode rushes.

“If you’re forced to do something, it’s not as good as if you choose to do it,” Lynch told NFL Media last week during an expansive interview, making an exception to his three (words) and out approach to answering questions from reporters. “So no, I won’t have a lot of interesting things to say. When you’re forced to do something and you know it, it kind of just takes away from the whole experience of what it could be if (it were) natural. So, I’ll probably give forced answers.”

This is where I feel obligated to throw the columnist’s equivalent of a red challenge flag, if only to remind readers that Lynch’s ascent to the pinnacle of his profession has been nothing short of super. He has overcome a lot, from the rough streets of Oakland to the trouble-filled opening act of his NFL career, and the fact that he’s still standing is a testament to his resilience.

“He’s certainly authentic, and that’s so refreshing in this ‘look-at-me,’ celebrity-obsessed culture of ours,” California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom said of his friend Lynch, for whom he is flying east to attend the Super Bowl. “We need a little of that, and I love his story. It’s good to see someone get better after he signs a big contract. And it’s good to see someone who, let’s be candid, has rebounded after some rough patches earlier in his career.”

As the rare media member to whom Lynch has opened up over the years, from his carefree days at Cal to his choppy stint in Buffalo to his satiating revival in Seattle, I can attest that the man known as Money is fully capable of living up to his nickname in interviews.

Last week’s was no exception: When I asked him to describe the low point of his stint with the Buffalo Bills, who took him in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft and dealt him to the Seahawks four games into his fourth season, his response was pure columnist’s gold.

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“My lowest point?” Lynch replied. “I had a bunch of them, and I overcame them. I don’t think I ever had a lowest point while on an active NFL roster. My lowest point came (growing up), when we were trying to figure out what we were gonna eat at night. My lowest point came when I’d wash my jeans at night — and hopefully they were dry by the morning, so I wouldn’t have to go to school in wet jeans. Or, if they were still damp, I’d iron ’em so at least they’d be hot for a moment.”

Lynch has never been hotter than he is at this current moment, having come up big in each of the Seahawks’ playoff victories — as he did three postseasons ago, when his iconic, 67-yard touchdown run against the New Orleans Saints caused a literal earthquake and propelled him into a new realm of recognition.

Following Lynch’s 22-carry, 109-yard performance in the Seahawks’ 23-17 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in last Sunday’s NFC Championship Game, which included a 40-yard touchdown run that woke up Seattle’s offense early in the third quarter, fullback

Michael Robinson said of his backfield mate, “He is the face of the franchise, and his running style epitomizes what our team is all about.”

Really, though, Lynch has spent the past several years remaking himself as significantly off the field as he has in a football uniform. From his dogged devotion to charitable causes close to his heart to his growing collection of incongruous celebrity friends such as Newsom, Lynch is not the Beast you probably think he is, even though he most definitely plays one on TV.

“The man’s empathetic,” said Newsom, a native San Franciscan and diehard Niners fan who plans to spend time with Lynch after arriving in New York later this week, and who will be at MetLife Stadium on Super Sunday to cheer him on against the Denver Broncos. “Not long after Sunday’s (NFC title) game, he called me from his house and said, ‘Sorry, man. I hate to do that to your team.’ I’m thinking, ‘Hey, Marshawn’s a politician!’ But really, that sums him up — even in that moment, he wasn’t celebrating or boasting or rubbing it in. He showed compassion, which is the norm for him.”

This is not to say that Lynch should in any way be considered normal.

“No, he’s definitely not,” Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman said last Thursday. “But we love him — and he’s a lot smarter than people give him credit for.”

As Sherman spoke, Lynch was engaged in his typical mid-day behavior in the Seahawks’ locker room: strutting around in a zone of his own, blasting hip-hop on his portable sound system and intermittently injecting himself into teammates’ conversations, invariably provoking laughter. He had his sweatpants pulled down to his hamstrings, revealing gray boxer shorts, and had a ski cap yanked low over his forehead.

“You’re gonna get the same guy every day,” Tarvaris Jackson, the Seahawks’ backup quarterback, said of Lynch. “He’s not gonna be fake with you, that’s for sure.”

Clearly, Lynch is at home in Seattle. Though he has not completely avoided trouble since arriving — he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in July 2012 in Oakland and subsequently charged, and the case is still unresolved — he has found fulfillment in the Pacific Northwest.

“If you look around our locker room, you see a lot of guys that’ve been in similar situations, where it hasn’t just been all glitter and gold,” Lynch said. “A lot of us have been through a lot of struggles, or played on another team, or we didn’t get drafted where we thought we should, or had a rough childhood and troubled careers. It’s cool to look around the locker room and see guys that done have some real-life stuff, and see them come together on a daily basis.”

Life was far less idyllic for Lynch in Buffalo, where, despite posting a breakout rookie season (280 carries for 1,115 yards in 13 games) and a follow-up campaign that resulted in the first of four Pro Bowl selections, he ultimately became persona non grata, especially after the franchise selected C.J. Spiller with the ninth overall pick of the 2010 NFL Draft.

In fairness, Lynch brought a lot of that on himself, thanks to off-the-field drama that included a hit-and-run incident and a guilty plea to a misdemeanor gun charge. He was essentially dumped by the Bills, who sent him to Seattle in October 2010 for a fourth-round pick in 2011 and a fifth-rounder in 2012.

“I had a couple of run-ins in Buffalo, and there was probably some bad blood between me and the organization,” Lynch conceded. “So I can understand why they’d have wanted to make the move. It never was my intention to put a black eye on the organization. I’m just thankful for the opportunity that I had to get out, and I respect their decision in coming and getting me. It’s a great place to be.”Lynch, Seahawks SUPER BOWL CHAMPS!!!

Completing the trade became a personal obsession for Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, who, during his time at USC, had coached against Lynch’s Cal Golden Bears — and who aggressively lobbied Seattle general manager John Schneider to swing a deal.

“Marshawn was a guy that we went after directly,” Carroll said in an interview that will air on NFL Network’s “GameDay Morning” on Sunday. “I was really excited about getting him on our football team, because I knew he was unique and he was special and he was tough and he was a fierce competitor. We spent months trying to get that trade done.

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“I wore John out on that thing, and we finally got it done, and it’s been really an extraordinary part of our program. He’s done everything we asked of him. And he’s had a great run, and he’s been compensated well, for what he stands for and for what he brings to this program.”

Lynch, who signed a four-year, $31 million deal in March 2012, mostly stands for indefatigable toughness.

“Everything about him is tough, from the way he runs to the way he is, but he’s a positive force, and he’s very team-oriented,” said Earl Thomas, the Seahawks’ All-Pro free safety. “The way he fights for extra yards inspires all of us. He’s the concrete of our offense. When I see him do those things, I think, ‘Man, turn it up.’ I like that. I like players who can really change the tenor of the game.”

Added Robinson: “Guys feed off what he does. I don’t know if there’s another back that can cut laterally with more power on one leg like he can. I mean, Adrian (Peterson) might be faster straight ahead, but off one leg … I don’t know. And nobody wants to tackle that guy in January or February.”

Lynch is proud of his physical running style, saying, “It’s something that every running back takes pride in, no matter how you do it. It just so happens I have the ability to do it more than one way, whether it’s making a guy miss, stiff-arming a guy or even running over a guy. Everybody loves ‘extras.’ I try to bring that to every game.”

Yet surround him with a group of men and women bearing cameras, microphones and notepads, and his speech is suddenly devoid of any extras. Certainly, he can walk the walk, but he has very little desire to talk the talk.

In a world in which false humility has become so pervasive that humblebrag is now part of the modern lexicon, Lynch truly wants to deflect the attention coming his way.

“He’s the complete opposite of what people think,” Seahawks outside linebacker Cliff Avril insisted. “He’s a team person. He’s not one of those guys who makes it about himself.”

To this, Lynch reluctantly pleads guilty.

“Yeah, that’s all it is,” he said. “I’ve never seen anybody win the game in the media. But at the same time, I understand what it could do for you, if you wanted to be someone who talks a lot. But that’s not me.

“And I’m not as comfortable, especially at the position I play, making it about me. As a running back, it takes five offensive linemen, a tight end, a fullback and possibly two wide receivers, in order to make my job successful. But when I do interviews, most of the time it’ll come back to me. There are only so many times I can say, ‘I owe it to my offensive linemen,’ or, ‘The credit should go to my teammates,’ before it becomes run down.

“This goes back even to Pop Warner. You’d have a good game and they’d want you to give a couple of quotes for the newspaper, and I would let my other teammates be the ones to talk. That’s how it was in high school, too. At Cal, I’d have my cousin, Robert Jordan, and Justin Forsett do it.

“Football’s just always been hella fun to me, not expressing myself in the media. I don’t do it to get attention; I just do it ’cause I love that (expletive).”

So if Media Day, to Lynch, looms as the equivalent of getting his dreadlocks pulled out of his head, one by one, know this: Super Sunday will absolutely live up to its name. For someone so attuned to his roots and cognizant of his journey, it’s an opportunity that will not be taken for granted.Lynch in SUPER BOWL Championship Parade

“I mean, it feels good, ’cause this is something that I’ve dreamed about for a long time,” Lynch said. “Growing up in Oakland, a lot of us never knew the world was bigger than outside of the ‘580’ and the ‘880,’ the two freeways that bordered where we lived. We didn’t see anything past that.

“Coming from the ‘hood, being raised the way I was, and having the support system around me, it allowed me to be in position to expand my world. People on the streets who’d see something I was doing that was positive … my mom putting a foot in my ass consistently … family members and friends and teachers and coaches helping me make good choices … all of that.

“There were probably some situations that didn’t look promising. It didn’t look like I’d make it out. And looking back, there are some situations where I was blessed.”

For that, he’s very thankful — in his own, quiet way.

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We also brought to everyone’s attention the Annual NFL All-Pro Marshawn Lynch’s “Fam1ly F1rst Football Camp” July 7-10, 2011 at Oakland Tech High School and Leon Powe’s “Fresh Start Oakland- Powe Folk’s Basketball Camp” August 19-21, 2011 at Merritt College in Oakland. These Superstars along with NFL Hall of Famer Jerry Rice, Josh Johnson (QB Tampa Bay), Kirk Morrison Nnamdi Asomugha (Raiders), Raiders quarterback Jason Campbell, receivers Louis Murphy and Darius Heyward-Bey, Langston Walker (OT Raiders), Javid Best (RD Detroit Lions), Terrell Roberts (DB Oregon State/Cincinnati Bengals), Lamont Thompson (DB Washington State/Tennessee Titans), Clarence Martin (DB Fresno State/Angeles Rams), Julian Jenkins (DL Stanford/Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Courtney Anderson of the Raiders, and many national celebrities will hosts these events. You can view Marshawn and Josh’s June 6, 2011 interview on Chronicle Live  at:
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    Both these two day camps which hosts over 600 youth each, are an integral part of a continuing effort to reach and offer alternatives to the under served youth of color in the Oakland- Northern California region to combat some of the maladies that afflict and compromise these youth.      As an example of this need, we covered the North Oakland Gang Injunction that was recently passed at the behest of ousted former Oakland City Attorney John Russo. This “civil” lawsuit imposes criminal restrictions on uncharged, unnamed, unknown youth of color whom only alleged “future” crime would be that they live in a certain area of Oakland. If this gang injunction were in place when Marshawn, Leon and Josh were kids, they would be classified as “Gang Members” today just because they live in a certain neighborhood and “know” each other. This “criminal activity” of living in a certain area is intolerable.

Providing The Necessities For Success In Life

    Abdul-Jalil founded the “Community Food Bank” through The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation to provide food and meals for the needy in 1992 to continue a similar program started by his father in the 1950’s.
A&MWF, a public services organization based on GIVING AND SHARING, has created a 100% volunteer self-operated, self-supported, self financed model defined by developing the marketplace of a network that features high-performing results in the invaluable areas of: youth development; elementary, secondary and college education; poverty alleviation; mental and physical health medical services; social services, as well as other economic-empowerment programs for individuals, families; and small businesses. The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation provides food; clothing; private school and college admissions educational opportunities; assists with referrals for job training and placement; rental assistance; social services assistance; homelessness assistance; mental and physical health assistance; medical assistance and legal aid assistance referrals for ANYONE whom has the need at the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation website.
A&MWF delivers food, medicine, clothing and other necessities to over 30,000 individuals- children, families, and organizations per month from 16 locations from Fremont in the South to Vacaville in the North of California who lack these essentials and is pioneering a new trend, as government and community funds grapple with the recession and the challenges of raising funds, WE have forged an awareness and sustained an effort to connect those in dire need with service providers, donors, volunteers and nonprofit groups with these causes. We have taken community foundations and moved into social networking, reaching beyond static “bricks and mortar” to interactive Web sites to serve as a dynamic virtual clearinghouses or “town square” that holds conversations between those in NEED and their local charities, citizens, donors, and volunteers.
A&MWF has made it easy and effortless for service providers, donors, volunteers and nonprofit groups to connect with those in NEED, as we have received more individuals needs profiles submitted on this site. The profiles include their contact information, information about their needs, desired solutions, pleas for their need satisfaction, and a listing of opportunities to achieve their solution. We also have profiles submitted of individuals as prospective donors or volunteers, include information about the causes that interest them.
Anyone can register at http://AMWFTRUST.ORG by submitting an online request form in a strictly confidential submission and they can also feel free to call the number (510) 394-4101 as well.
From the great success that we have had with our Free Food Programs established in the 1950’s by my Parents, Aaron and Margaret Wallace, we have since been instrumental in the founding and supplying of other free food service organizations around the country.
With the demand for our help in creating these organizations being driven by the skyrocketing need for the services, we have decided to open up our efforts to all interested in starting a food pantry for the needy.
We can provide access to the training necessary to qualify your organization and partner you with the local organizations and businesses that can support your efforts. Contact us and we will help you through the RED TAPE and push your program to success!

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~ In 1971 Abdul-Jalil had his portrait painted by world renowned artist Buford Delaney in Paris, France. Delaney, the worlds foremost African-American artist, has created portraits of Emperor Halle Selassie of Ethiopia, James Baldwin, Jean Jernae among other famous people. The portrait hangs in the museum in Montmartre, once considered ‘The Harlem of Paris,’ a thriving district of African American artists, musicians, historians and political exiles during the 20’s and 30’s, mirroring the artistic expression and activism of the Harlem Renaissance in New York.

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“The Man who turns hits into MILLION$.” – The Tribune.
“You really are the best.” – L. BOSTOCK, California Angels.
“GOD sent me an Angel” – M.C. HAMMER.
“Smart Youth, most intriguing, has the Baseball world at his feet.” – N.Y. POST .
“I don’t know what I would have done without you!.” – J.C. WATTS, U.S. HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES.
“Thanks for directing me to the Sonics.” – GUS WILLIAMS, NBA.
“Imaginative, foresighted, some pretty impressive credentials. His I.Q. QUALIFIES HIM AS A GENIUS.” – UPI .
“That’s the finest promotion job for an unknown athlete that I have ever seen.” – N.Y. JETS.
“I’m so happy!! I’m full of money!!” – C. ROBINSON, NBA.
“He is personable, unafraid, confident. and athletes are attracted to him” – D. MAGGARD, U.S. Olympic Committee.
“You have never been wrong” – EMANUEL STEWARD, Boxing
“He told me what he wanted, we shook hands. We made the deal in 5 minutes.” – B. BAVASI, California Angels

 

Respectfully,

Abdul-Jalil
President

 

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A & MWF Events in the San Francisco Bay Area Community

4200 Park Blvd., Ste One16, Oakland CA 94602
(510) 394-4501
Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation
http://Superstarmanagement.com
http://Ex-Why.com
Abdul-Jalil Honored in Port Au-Prince, Haiti and Miami, Fla. for Relief Missions to Haiti
Join the Superstars Entertainment and Sports Network
Abdul-Jalil’s Haas School of Business Profile
Ziggs Profile of Abdul-Jalil
Linked In Profile on Abdul-Jalil
Abdul-Jalil on Twitter: @ajalil
Thanks You from Arch Bishop Joel Jeune to Abdul-Jalil
Abdul-Jalil’s “ooVoo” Video Chat Room
Abdul-Jalil on FaceBook
iPhone 4 FaceTime: (510) 394-4501
AIM, Video Chat Screen Name: jalil@superstarmanagement.com
Skype Video Chat Screen Contact Name: Superstarmanagement
Portrait of Abdul-Jalil by Artist Buford Delaney in Paris, France
Articles on Abdul-Jalil: The Man Who Turn$ Hit$ Into Million$, One Special Case, ESPN Bostock 5th & Jackson TV Special Part 1, and Part 2, ESPN Bostock Magazine Special, ESPN Magazine- The History and Mystery of The High Five,
the “al-Hakim Tax Code Ruling”, Smart Agent, Busy Agent,
Abdul-Jalil in Harvard University Law School Federal Tax Course Outline
Abdul-Jalil in Yale University Law School Federal Tax Course 13th Ed., Prof. Eric Zolt
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to as we at The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Food Program (A & MW) have helped for over 55 years continuously!

Sponsors Promotional Videos with The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation
There’s five new videos featuring some of our sponsors and the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation at a couple of community events. One of the videos show President Barak Obama, Will Smith, Matt Damon, Morgan Freeman, Ben Affleck, Wyclef Jean, and Tyler Perry among others. Sponsors are shown in each of the first 5 video’s and the sixth is the video from the KPFA July 17, 2010 broadcast of some of our sponsors on air interview.
I really like the BackPack Giveaway (3,000 kids) where the cook smiles holding up a SemiFreddis box top while arranging the pastries. There’s some very compelling shots of SemiFreddis products!
Below the video links are a couple still photos from some of the great raw video that we shot at several events. Perhaps when we are able to bring you guys on board, we can do some promos for you as one of our sponsors/supporters. We would love to put together a series of short promos of the events and use any other footage that you feel you may want to include.

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The Santa Fe Elementary School’s annual Rally and March for Peace on Friday, June 4, 2011 with the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation (A&MWF), Marshawn Lynch’s “Fam1ly F1rst” Football Camp; and Leon Powe’s “Fresh Start Oakland” Basketball Camp was an incredible success thanks to all the other wonderful people at Trader Joe’s, Little Ceasar’s Pizza, and SemiFreddi’s for the generous and constant sponsorship support that they have given in the many efforts to improve the quality of life for those that we serve. It would not be possible without their contributions.
The day long program began at 9:00 am with a free community breakfast for 800 students and community members giving speeches on what peace meant to them. After breakfast there was a rally, then a march through the neighborhood culminating in a gathering at the school. There were corporate, food and vendor booths with lots of fun things for the children and adults alike at the school yard. The event had the support of Santa Fe Elementary Alumnus, ALL-Americans, NFL All-Pro, NBA World Champions, North Oakland residents, Oakland Tech High School and U. C. Berkeley classmates Marshawn Lynch, Leon Powe and Josh Johnson.
We have some very exciting footage with sponsors’ banners proudly and prominently displayed as there was media coverage throughout the day and a television crew that filmed the entire event for a special broadcast! The real value here is there are PRICELESS shots of the kids walking, running and playing while eating sponsor’s products!!! There are several public “Thank You’s” announced during the celebration as well.
There’s photos with Chris Rodriguez, who is currently paralyzed from the waist down after being hit by a stray bullet while attending a piano lesson in January of 2008 as he has taken up wheelchair basketball with the Bay Cruisers. SemiFreddis has participated in fundraisers for him in the past and a short story on Chris follows.
The first is the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation Free Food Program Celebrity Giving Back. The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation really catered to everyone Saturday, August 6, 2011 at the “Oakland’s Got Talent” event at DeFermery Park. It was a blessing to be able to accommodate those in need and fulfill our responsibility to help, serve and support those present. We distributed $25,000 worth of groceries FREE to ALL that came and served over 600 people from 10am to 5pm! At the “Fresh Start” Backpack Giveaway Event on Saturday, August 27, 2011 we participated in an effort to get the Oakland-East Bay Area youth off to a GREAT school year with 5,000 FREE Backpacks filled with school supplies, haircuts, manicures, health services, picnic Bar-B-Q lunch, games, entertainment, etc.

The second one is Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation Kids Celebrity Gift BackPacks.

You can view the following Santa Fe Elementary School’s Peace March with Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation, SemiFreddi’s, Trader Joe’s, Little Ceasar’s Pizza, Marshawn Lynch’s “Fam1ly F1rst” and Leon Powe’s “Fresh Start Oakland”:
Santa Fe Elementary School’s Peace March with Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation

Santa Fe Elementary Little Caesars Pizza Part 1

Santa Fe Elementary Little Caesars Pizza Part 2

Here’s the link to the YouTube video from radio station KPFA’s July 17, 2010 broadcast with Tom Frainier, a Haas boardmember and owner of SemiFreddis; with Cal Haas Business School student Gian “G” Pepe of Pepe International/Little Napoli Resturant/Carmel Bakery discussing Haas School of Business, the Y.E.A.H. Program, The Bread Project and giving back to the community. The video includes lots of good stuff on the Bread Project with some very appetizing shots of their products and it will make you hungry for some of your delectable wares upon watching! All the folks at Haas Business School have been in love with it for some time now.

This viral video is re-captured with video edited to an audio voice mail from a East Bay U. C. Berkeley Haas Business School Alumni Network (EBHAN) Wine Tasting event featuring University of California Head Basketball Coach, Mike Montgomery, held at Mudd’s Restaurant in San Ramon, California. Coach Montgomery hosted our annual Wine Tasting making it a GREAT success as it was Mike’s first event as the Cal coach as he had passed on all other offers to attend those previously, including the Cal Sports Annual Awards  the basketball team’s year-end Awards and all other sports related events. This was a Major COUP for EBHAN, the Haas School of Business, and the Cal Bear fans as the Basketball team went on to win their first this outright PAC-10 Championship featuring leagues Most Valuable Player and All-Time Leading Scorer, Jerome Randle.
At the Wine Tasting at Mudd’s he was surprised with a rare $750 magnum of the 1998 Insignia that left him and everyone else speechless! It was a tremendous gesture on the part of EBHANer’s as it is Mike’s favorite. You can tell by his reaction in the video that Mike was stoked!

Here’s the ABC-TV broadcast of our “Community Movement Toward Improvement” Music Conference in Oakland, California featuring MC Hammer, Martin Wyatt-KGO TV, Mohammed (MTV Real World-SF),Sway, Imani, Davey D, Raphael Saadiq- Tony Toni Tone, Greg Khalid Peck- Warner Bros,Karen Lee- Warner Bros Music, Eric B, Rico Cassanova, Abdul-Jalil,Tony Collins- Giant Records, Anita Greathouse-Knight, Gene Shelton, Lenny Williams,Thembisa Mshaka, Roy Tesfaye-Death Row Records shown in ABC-TV news clip.

Here’s the “I Know You’ll Love Oakland” Commercial for the City of Oakland Image Campaign.

Here’s Oakland Mayor Lionel Wilson’s City Urban Economic Development Conference Commercial:

 

Food & Entertainment for Community Outreach, Organizational Advancement and Diversity

Responding to the challenges of our multi-faith, multi-ethnic society, A & MW Community Fellowship equips all people and organizations, regardless of faith,- those of the Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, interfaith, non denominational leaders with a vehicle to expand their service to humanity. In undeserved, unchurched communities, A & MW helps establish new centers of life support by providing these people and organizations a Food and Clothing Bank Program to reach the members of their neighborhoods with the love, support and guidance they need.
The combination of food and entertainment provide unsurpassed market outreach and increase presence, awareness and penetration to provide all people,- the participation of diverse constituencies, regardless of race, faith, culture, age, gender, sexual orientation and income levels, with a special vehicle and forum to discuss community issues through the use of food and entertainment, is a very powerful tool for addressing health

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care, housing, violence, abuse, senior, youth, women, children, civil rights, employment, education, with local  hunger at its foundation for the advancement of humanity. Remember, Halle Barry was once homeless and she never forgot about those that remain homeless and does so by her actions in advocacy and support! Locally, professional athletes Leon Powe and Marshawn Lynch have both received the benefits from A & MW during their days in high school. The food and entertainment provides entry points for people to work together to make important connections between our food systems, our lifestyles, social justice and environmental stewardship and sacred themes of provision for all people, economic justice, the dignity of work, respect and care for the created order, and sacrifice for the good of neighbors become struggles and victories of real life. People and groups coming from a  selfless based orientation can strengthen the community, increase every groups’ understanding of how to work successfully within the communities, and broaden the perspectives and vision of the community. A & MW has presented sports clinics, concerts, workshops, organized fundraisers, and has compiled some incredible stories of involvement in community and success in many lives! This concept is based on and driven by the knowledge and understanding that all people have a right to affordable, healthy and culturally appropriate food.

Youth Outreach
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Through a combination of youth activities; sports and entertainment camps, clinics, workshops, team sponsorships and concerts conducted by today’s Superstars; educational tutoring; leadership development and support groups; educational recruitment seminars; high school and college placement; job training and placement; A & MW provides positive alternatives to gangs and drugs. Seeking to build the moral fiber of our youth, A & MW conducts counseling sessions that introduce inner-city kids to the real possibility of attending a major college.

Professional Sports and Entertainment Camps

Inner-city kids who rarely get a chance to escape pressures and violence in their home neighborhood, get a different picture of life at the many Professional Sports and Entertainment Camps. We have provided the Golden State Warrior’s Adonal Foyle Basketball Camp, the Boston Celtic’s Leon Powe Basketball Camp, the Seattle Seahawk’s Marshwan Lynch Football Camp and the Paris Twins NCAA Girls Invitational Scholarship Camp, among others. Through interaction with caring professional athletes, entertainers, celebrities and trained counselors who act as positive role models, these children find hope and strength to face tomorrow with determination and courage. The Paris twins camp help to provide scholarships to over 45 girls!

Here is the Sponsors Poster for the Bay Cruisers Wheelchair Basketball Regional Invitational Tournament, January 20-22, 2012. The event would not have been the GREAT success it was without your participation. You helped to make a lot of people very, very happy and changed many, many lives in the process.

Legal Support and Diversion for Youth in Need

We have mobilized attorney’s to represent the poor, under served youth and secured ALL-Americans, NFL All-Pro,

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NBA World Champions, North Oakland residents, Oakland Tech High School and U. C. Berkeley classmates Marshawn Lynch and Leon Powe along with several native Oakland celebrities to join national celebrities in this fight against the violence in Oakland! Through the collaboration of the individuals, Powe’s “Fresh Start Oakland”, Lynch’s Fam1ly F1rst”, the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation, and others, we provide the much needed alternatives to these profiled youth to succeed in life and not be eliminated from it because they lack opportunity in their neighborhood.

We also brought to everyone’s attention the Annual NFL All-Pro Marshawn Lynch’s “Fam1ly F1rst Football Camp” July 7-10, 2011 at Oakland Tech High School and Leon Powe’s “Fresh Start Oakland- Powe Folk’s Basketball Camp” August 19-21, 2011 at Merritt College in Oakland. These Superstars along with NFL Hall of Famer Jerry Rice, Josh Johnson (QB Tampa Bay), and many national celebrities will hosts these events. You can view Marshawn and Josh’s June 6, 2011 interview on Chronicle Live  at:
http://www.csnbayarea.com/pages/video?PID=hXWM2-L1V6lsrUdBABpKIIJ0UqfBJJqRH9CrT5

Here’s some links to Leon Powe’s “Fresh Start Oakland”
http://www.freshstartmentoring.org/index.html

and Marshanw Lynch’s “Fam1ly F1rst”
http://www.famf1rst.com

Here’s a link to Marshawn’s run in the Seahawks upset NFL Western Division Playoff game victory between World Champion New Orleans Saints against Marshawn’s Seattle Seahawks that has been called the GREATEST RUN IN NFL PLAYOFF HISTORY!

Not to be out done, Powe was honored with the NBA’s Community Assist Award for April.
For his dedication in changing lives of youth without anymore chances. Here is Leon’s Boston Celtics Championship Special on ABC-TV

Family Programs

Poverty often causes basic necessities to become unaffordable luxuries. So A & MW gives away quality clothing, furniture, and appliances to needy families. We also distribute holiday food boxes at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and passes out school supplies to needy children.

Women’s Programs

A & MW working in conjunction with Bay Area Women’s Health and Healthy Babies Project has provided a place for abused, abandoned and addicted women who are pregnant and provides a safe home, meals, and counseling in an atmosphere of compassionate care and unconditional love. The home has provided for the safe arrival of hundreds of babies.
Until recently, homeless or addicted women with children could get help but almost always had to give up their children. This program is designed to keep the family unit together while Mom receives counseling, assistance with continued care for the children.

 

Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation Helps In Haiti

2011- In June 2011 Dr. Kenya Numan and her organization “Stepping Together as well as Abdul-Jalil al-Hakim, Superstar Management, and the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation were honored in Miami, Florida and Port Au Prince, Haiti for the Relief Missions that they have sent to Haiti since the earthquake. Special “Thanks” to all that have supported our efforts over the years!
On August 25, 2010 Abdul-Jalil received the letter shown below of “Thanks” from Arch Bishop Joel Jeune of Grace Village in Haiti for the Relief Mission they received from the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation with Stepping Together on behalf of The World Conference of Mayors (WCM) and The National Conference of Black Mayors (NCBM). This is a tangible reality of SUCCESS in Haiti for ALL the members of the organizations world-wide! WE DID IT! ALL of our partners can celebrate this success and acknowledge their contribution.
We are now moving forward in a meaningful way to secure financial, subsistence, construction and medical aid and support for the next mission which will take place as soon as we can unite to raise the necessary items. We hope to make great progress in securing bi-monthly missions to various needed areas around the World!
We are committed and prepared to work with organizations to raise funds, provide support and organize continued relief efforts for financial donations, to deliver much needed medical support and supplies; food; clothing; educational materials; construction support and building materials; much needed personal items; and legal assistance for displaced children from orphanages that were given transportation and temporary housing in the United States with other families, churches, and organizations until homes have been rebuilt to house them. Where most relief efforts are limited, if not stopped altogether by current travel restrictions in, within, and out of Haiti, some groups has some political cache that it can exercise to further achieve our united goals globally. This would be the first step toward fulfilling several conversations with organizations providing relief support to many efforts globally.
Additionally, in relations to their working together on relief missions here in America and globally, Abdul-Jalil is exploring the possibility of providing our full support to joint efforts to overcome the continual need for financial assistance to achieve our goals. These fundraising efforts include the proposed mass media as a measure to not only raise funds but to raise awareness for the causes as well. We are moving forward with these joint and several fundraising efforts with a goal of working together on projects of mutual interest and support in a spirit of oneness.
Again, there is much work to do and the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation with Stepping Together are committed and prepared to work with WCM and NCBM organizations to raise funds and organize continued relief efforts to provide assistance to countries around the world, especially Africa, the Caribbean and South/Central America.
We want to know if you are interested in participating with the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation and Dr. Kenya Numan with Stepping Together working to aid the people of Haiti, and if so, please send me your notice asap. Attached herein below pictures of Dr. Numan during the Mission to Haiti July 24, 2010 to service the Arch Bishop at the Village and it was a great success for all that lead to this mission! There is much work to do and the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation with Stepping Together are committed and prepared to work with you and your organizations to raise funds and organize continued relief efforts to provide assistance to countries around the world, especially Africa, the Carribean and South/Central America.We look forward to your response and “Thank you ALL” in advance.

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Expertise List

A & MW experts are available for interviews with the media, presentations to community groups and schools, and other forums that will help educate about hunger and poverty. Spanish language interviews and presentations are also available.
The following is a partial list of expertise:
* Emergency food programs
* Federal nutrition programs – food stamps, school meals, summer lunch, Women Infants and Children (WIC)
* Food insecurity
* Food safety and preparation
* Health consequences of hunger and food insecurity
* Hunger advocacy; hunger education
* Hunger and poverty
* Nutrition
* Service learning

Your food donations help provide low-income families and individuals with emergency food assistance and the most invaluable resource of all, hope. Your food donations are also tax deductible to the extent of the law. Together we can help the hungry, destitute, homeless people who are counting on the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Community Food Bank (A & MW)… and you… please be as generous as possible.
Will YOU support those in need with your secure Paypal donation?

 

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Oakland crime-spree perpetrator’s guilt reaffirmed

August 17, 2011|By Henry K. Lee, Chronicle Staff Writer

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Chris Rodriguez, (4) during warms up before the game, as the Bay Cruisers take on the Utah Jazz in wheelchair basketball on Saturday Feb. 5, 2011, in Hayward. Rodriguez, who is currently paralyzed from the waist down after being hit by a stray bullet while attending a piano lesson in January of 2008, has taken up wheelchair basketball.
Credit: Michael Macor

OAKLAND —
A state appeals court has upheld the conviction of a man in two high-profile Oakland crimes, the carjacking of former state Senate leader Don Perata and a gas-station robbery and shooting less than two weeks later in which a stray bullet paralyzed a 10-year-old boy practicing piano.

Jared Adams, 28, was sentenced to 70 years to life in prison for shooting Christopher Rodriguez and committing a litany of other crimes, including stealing Perata’s car.

Adams brandished a handgun at Perata on Dec. 29, 2007, as the then-state Senate president pro tem was waiting for the light to change at the intersection of 51st Street and Shattuck Avenue in North Oakland. Adams ordered Perata out of his red, state-issue Dodge Charger before fleeing.
Police said Adams hadn’t recognized Perata and had targeted his Charger because of its 22-inch rims. The car was later found abandoned in Richmond with Adams’ fingerprints in it.

On Jan. 10, 2008, Adams fired shots during a gas station robbery across the street from the Harmony Road Music School at Piedmont and Pleasant Valley avenues. One of the shots penetrated the school’s wall and ripped through Christopher’s spine as he practiced piano.

Adams and his girlfriend, Maeve Clifford, fled the shooting in a stolen Ford Mustang, but they were arrested moments later when they crashed into a car.

Christopher, who was paralyzed by the shooting and now uses a wheelchair, testified against Adams and told him at his 2009 sentencing, “I forgive you.”

In his appeal, Adams said Alameda County prosecutor Nancy O’Malley and Superior Court Judge Larry Goodman had committed various instances of misconduct. But in a ruling Monday, a three-judge panel of the First District Court of Appeal rejected the claims, saying that “either no misconduct occurred or if did, it was not prejudicial.”
Clifford testified against Adams as part of a plea bargain and was sentenced to five years in prison.

E-mail Henry K. Lee at hlee@sfchronicle.com.

BORP Bay Cruisers – 2009 West Coast Conference Champions!

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Congratulations to the BORP Bay Cruisers!  The Prep and JV teams competed in the West Coast Conference Championship Tournament in Seattle over the weekend of February 6th.  They return home as Champions in their respective divisions.

The Prep team went 4-0 with wins over Denver 30-3, Seattle 33-2, Spokane 24-4, and Spokane again 22-4.  Christopher Rodriguez was named Prep Defensive Player of the tournament, Isaiah Ahlstrom was named Prep Offensive player of the tournament and Koda Inman-Ahlstrom was named Prep Tournament MVP.

The JV Team went 4-1 with the only loss being to Seattle’s Varsity team, 23-50.  The JV Team posted wins over Seattle JV 42-13, Phoenix 56-33, Denver 61-21, and Spokane 46-26.  James Bohnett was named JV Defensive Player of the tournament and Jorge Sanchez was named JV Tournament MVP.

Both teams qualified for the 2009 National Tournament in Denver (March 18-22, 2009) in what was the largest wheelchair basketball event in the world.  Over 80 teams in six divisions will competed to determine the 2009 champions!

Here are a few events that we will be involved with in the San Francisco Bay Area Community.

Marshawn Lynch’s “Fam1ly F1rst” 5 Annual Turkey Drive Giveaway at Oakland Technical High School

Another community project aimed at helping low-income families with the stress of providing a holiday meal is the annual turkey giveaway this weekend on Sunday, November 21, 2011 held at Oakland Technical High School begining at 3 p.m, on the last Sunday before Thankgiving. Through donations made by Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch and his family, about 300 turkeys and various side dishes will be handed out on a first-come, first-serve basis. Lynch and Cal recruiting assistant Kevin Parker, with the help of the Oakland Technical High School head football coach Delton Edwards, have held the giveaway for four years.  They have increased the number of turkeys each year to ensure nobody is turned away.

Delton Edwards’ son, Delton Edwards Jr., said the inspiration behind the idea was simply to give back to the community, and that it’s a “blessing in return” to be able to provide for those less fortunate. Send all your family and friends to Marshawn Lynch’s “Fam1ly F1rst” 5 Annual Turkey Drive Giveaway Sunday, November 21, 2011 held at Oakland Technical High School begining at 3 p.m.

Two Star Markets 9th Annual Thanksgiving Day Celebration on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011

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Two Star Markets will be offering their 9th Annual Thanksgiving Day Celebration on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011 with free dinner and a celebration from 1pm to 4 p.m. at Two Star Market, 2020 MacArthur Blvd., Oakland (Dimond District). The traditional Thanksgiving dinner will provide for 250 friends and neighbors.

Abdo Alawdi has been preparing massive Thanksgiving celebrations for his Dimond neighborhood for the past nine years where he is the owner of the 2 Star Market – at 2020 MacArthur Boulevard – a shop well-known for its wine and microbrew beer selection.

The first year he offered the public feast, advertising it on Craigslist, only 15 people showed up. But of the undertaking, he says that “first year was complicated, the second year got easier, then easier.”

He is now used to his Thanksgiving routine – setting up a giant tent, 30-45 tables and a 150 chairs. I asked him if he ever worried that it would get too big. His response: “[I’m] not worried, [I] would love more.”

Alawdi started this tradition because he remembers how his grandfather raised him in Yemen. During Ramadan he said, “Our house [was] always open.” He described that kind of sharing, seemingly so unusual in this country, as a “benefit from God [and] a cultural thing.” He also cooks for the Dimond District Picnic in the park just up the street from his store.

On the morning of Thursday’s big feast, about 40 or more people will show up beginning at 6 a.m. to assist him and his family. However, they usually begin cooking the night before, utilizing the ovens at nearby Romano’s Pizza.

Alawdi purchases at least 25 turkeys, as well as chicken, lamb and side dishes ranging from rice, corn, yams and traditional Yemeni fare. Diners often donate home-cooked food like desserts and salads. When asked how much this repast costs him, he estimated $5,000 to $6,000, but stressed that it comes “from his heart.”

Alawdi has lived in his neighborhood home for 15 years where his kids attend public schools, including Skyline High School and Laney College.

“[The] city is good, reputation is bad,” of Oakland, the city that he as adopted.

When he arrived in the U.S., he took courses in English as a Second Language in local adult schools – most of which have since been eliminated.

If you drive up Fruitvale into the Dimond District, you will see a giant banner advertising the holiday celebration. A website designed by Alawdi just for the occasion is listed – 2starmarket.com and includes his personal email-Alawdi[at]aol.com.

When I asked Alawdi if there was anything he could use to make it easier to stage this event, he mentioned that his biggest expense comes from renting the equipment: a 75×40 foot tent, up to 45 tables, chairs, etc.

He also uses multiple barbecue kettles. If anyone reading this can provide some of these things, he could probably afford to buy more turkeys and host more folks. In the meantime, take a minute to stop by this Oakland hero’s business and say hello.

You might find that the 2 Star Market has added a deli section to the store offering fresh Middle Eastern fare. And, if you need to purchase some spirits for your own home-cooked meal, consider picking them up from the man who really knows how to lift the spirits of his Oakland neighborhood.

See Oakland Local’s related coverage at http://oaklandlocal.com/thanksgiving.

Powe Folk’s Basketball Camp

We have Leon Powe’s “Fresh Start Oakland- Powe Folk’s Basketball Camp” at Merritt College in Oakland. This two day camp will host over 600 youth and are an integral part of a continuing effort to reach and offer alternatives to the under served youth of color in the Oakland- Northern California region to combat some of the maladies that afflict and compromise these youth.

Annual Eid Festivals

The two annual Eid Festivals for this year that will be held on August 29, 2011 and November 6, 2011 at various locations in and around Oakland. We annually serve over 10,000 people during the three day event from August 30- September 2, 2001.

“Fresh Start” Backpack Giveaway Event

On Saturday, August 27, 2011 we participated in an effort to get the Oakland-East Bay Area youth off to a GREAT school year with 5,000 FREE Backpacks filled with school supplies, haircuts, manicures, health services, picnic Bar-B-Q lunch, games, entertainment, etc.

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a fresh start for:

  • the school year
  • our communities
  • California’s economy
  • This completely free festival will feature:
  • Free backpack and school supplies for the first 5,000 school age children*
  • Free haircuts for boys and manicures for girls*
  • Free health services for all attendees (immunization, blood pressure checks, eye exams & chair massages)
  • Free picnic-style lunch for all attendees
  • Games, activities and entertainment for different age groups
  • Cultural and Musical Performances on the Main Stage
  • Opportunities to learn about services available from community-based organizations

This will be hosted by the Service Employees International Union – United Long Term Care Workers, a leading voice for long term care in CA .

*First come, first serve; and supplies limited — so plan to arrive early!

Oakland: Aug. 27
12 PM – 5 PM

DeFremery Park

LA: September 3
12 PM – 5 PM

Ted Watkins Memorial Park

“Oakland’s Got Talent”
The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation really catered to everyone Saturday, August 6, 2011 at the “Oakland’s Got Talent” event at DeFermery Park. It was a blessing to be able to accommodate those in need and fulfill our responsibility to help, serve and support those present. We distributed $25,000 worth of groceries FREE to ALL that came and served over 600 people from 10am to 5pm!We also brought to everyone’s attention the Annual NFL All-Pro Marshawn Lynch’s “Fam1ly F1rst Football Camp” July 7-10, 2011 at Oakland Tech High School and Leon Powe’s “Fresh Start Oakland- Powe Folk’s Basketball Camp” August 19-21, 2011 at Merritt College in Oakland. These Superstars along with NFL Hall of Famer Jerry Rice, Josh Johnson (QB Tampa Bay), Kirk Morrison Nnamdi Asomugha (Raiders), Raiders quarterback Jason Campbell, receivers Louis Murphy and Darius Heyward-Bey, Langston Walker (OT Raiders), Javid Best (RD Detroit Lions), Terrell Roberts (DB Oregon State/Cincinnati Bengals), Lamont Thompson (DB Washington State/Tennessee Titans), Clarence Martin (DB Fresno State/Angeles Rams), Julian Jenkins (DL Stanford/Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Courtney Anderson of the Raiders, and many national celebrities will hosts these events. 

The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation and ¿eX-whY AdVentures? Presents: “Entourage” in Trader Joe’s “Tribute to Legends of Jazz” Show!

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James Ahmed Rasheed’s “Entourage” with Trader Joes’s Capt. Randy Holland on drums in a “Tribute to Legends of Jazz” Show!, May 26, 2012, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Trader Joes’s, 2742 Pinole Valley Road, Pinole, CA.

 

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Trader Joes’s, one of our strong supporters and 20 year partner in our Community Free Food Program allowed AMWFT and ¿eX-whY AdVentures? to produce an In-Store promotion with a Live Jazz performance by James Ahmed Rasheed’s “Entourage” with Trader Joes’s Capt. Randy Holland on drums! The response was incredible with many customers turned fans, dancing in the isles while shopping! Outstanding!

 

The many standing ovations and applause echoed throughout the store as the mellow jazz sounds were accentuated by the ringing of the cash register! The customers-turned-fans and store staff were caught totally by surprise as the Pinole store Capt. (manager) Randy Holland sat in on drums for the second set with the Jazz Trio! Everyone was simply BLOWN AWAY!! And the Dude has chops, he can flat out PLAY!

 

The customers-turned-fans shamelessly testified how the shopping experience was soo much greater, more intimate and engaging, as they stayed while shopping longer and bought more! They unanimously requested that the in-store promotion be held at least weekly and perhaps over the weekends! The store staff was trilled with the event success and asked that Corporate institute it as a weekly promotion.

 

This was The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation’s “Thank You” to Trader Joe’s for 20 great years of providing us with the ability to serve over 30,000 a month of those most in need in the Northern California Community from our 14 locations from Fremont in the south to Fairfield in the north.

Watch the video performance of “Entourage” with Randy Holland in Trader Joes’s “Tribute to Legends of Jazz” Show
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Thank you ALL sooo much!

 

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” The Man Who Turn$ Hit$ Into Million$”

#BLACKLIVESMATTER CLAPS BACK!! TWITTER, GOOGLE MUST Appear in Court!

MEDIA ADVISORY

November 6, 2017,  Oakland, CA:
Contact:
Toussaint LeToure, Editor
Martin Silverman, Chief Correspondent
(510) 394-4701
nowtruth@nowtruth.org;

To post to our Nowtruth email distribution list of over 21 million subscribers just email your Black Lives Matter content post to us at: blacklivesmatter@nowtruth.org.
We are Forming a Legal Coalition for Victory Over Corruption! and ask your organizations to register/join our coalition at: http://nowtruth.org/forming-a-legal-coalition-for-victory-over-corruption/. Please share this proposal with EVERYONE that you think might or should be interested in winning justice and respect for ALL childern, responsile parents and people in general!

TWITTER SUBPOENAED!  CLOSED ACCOUNTS FOR #BLACKLIVESMATTER TWEETS! ENGAGED IN CENSORSHIP AND COVER UP OF CRIMES OF GOV. JERRY BROWN, KAMALA HARRIS, DISTRICT ATTORNEY NANCY O’MALLEY AND OAKLAND CITY ATTORNEY BARBARA PARKER!!

Twitter and Google has been subpoenaed and MUST appear in court Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 9 am, for closing the accounts ajalil, FirstSSM, Nowtruth1, EXWHYAD, griotz, AMWFND, electionwin, and caecay for tweeting and retweeting posts that disclosed criminal corruption of the “COURTEL- Superior Court CARTEL conceived in sin, born of corruption, protected by guard dogs of Hell!” with Governor Jerry Brown, Senator Kamala Harris, California Judges, California Judicial Council, District Attorney Nancy O’Malley and Oakland City Attorney Barbara Parker!!

They opposed the motions ONLY AFTER the replies had been served on them, which makes the oppositions invalid. But worst by offering the lamest excuses to conceal their collusion in the corruption case that involves ALL the parties mentioned above!

Twitter completely lied in their opposition saying they just received the subpoena at the same time they have to reply to the motion to compel, the November 8 hearing date! They received the subpoena on August 8, 2017 and were to have their reply back to us by September 8, 2017!! We have received nothing from them until now.

Google claimed in their opposition to the motion to compel they would have to hire techs just to search their own files for the documents and that research would be too expensive to perform!!! GOOGLE, THE WORLDS LEADER IN SEARCH CAPABILITY AND WORTH OVER $500 BILLION!!! What a joke! They also make reference to the FBI, possible illegal surveillance, data mining and gathering of information on Abdul-Jalil al-Hakim, his family, businesses, and communities.

The District Attorney, NAZI NAnZI O’inkMalley filed a completely perjurious document that would indict her, but they “forgot” to sign it! Hummm? They claim they NEVER received the subpoena but have revealed they have 286 page document that was also filed with the court!

The “COURTEL” – the Superior Court Corruption CARTEL, California Judicial Council, and Oakland City Attorney Barbara Parker ALL failed and refused to file ANY opposition to the subpoenas and I am sure they will NOT show up in court. Their motions are below for your pleasure.

You MUST read these motions and oppositions as you will NOT believe them!!

You can download or view the subpoenas, oppositions and trial notices here:

Motion to Compel Google Subpoena and Request for Production
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Google Opposition to Motion to Compel Subpoena and Request for Production
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Motion to Compel O’Malley Subpoena and Request for Production
https://app.box.com/s/y7xbnead5tf0r4cqqp5xqm2cluh1abob

O’Malley Opposition to Motion to Compel Subpoena and Request for Production
https://app.box.com/s/3ra9yspmu8c3935mwpmfnl40cppo69yh

Twitter Opposition to Motion to Compel Subpoena and Request for Production
https://app.box.com/s/milnerzx4yholsnrh3fxl6romq5pfn6c

Twitter Filed Subpoena and Request for Production.pdf:
https://app.box.com/s/vx0ucnc0awfzv0fvzi0fryem34qlgkwz

Twitter Filed Motion to Compel Subpoena and Request for Production.pdf
https://app.box.com/s/8ajqihs2l0ba9wahpwjapnx1uil40luq

Some of the tweets to Shaun King, Deray, Uncle Bobby, and many others as follows:


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Effectively NONE of their reasons for the alleged “suspension” are applicable and seem to have an agenda established by those opposed to the retweets and mentions!

It seems that their selective Persecution and prosecution is clearly motivated by their attempt to silence and censor us, deny our freedom of speech and cover up the corruption of those mentioned in the posts that is directly supported with THEIR OWN ADMISSIONS and the EVIDENCE thereto!

Twitters demonstrated extreme bias and prejudice is clearly intended to cause harm to those accounts you have selectively chosen to “close” to the benefit of those with something to lose by the publicity of the tweets/retweets!

Superior Court Motion to Compel Subpoena and Request for Production
https://app.box.com/s/7hfxqpida76i13ks5g6dv16t4sje9rbz

Judicial Council Motion to Compel Subpoena and Request for Production
https://app.box.com/s/dtawn68ghmmq3vfrkvb6ci6eisvt7wmk

City of Oakland Motion to Compel Subpoena and Request for Production
https://app.box.com/s/hbgemcgmocb6lwsqde8ziiyw9elu5b9x