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"It's Not A Movement. It's A Lifestyle!"

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MISSION

It's Not A Movement. It's A Lifestyle!

Got To Stop LLC is a social impact consulting company and fashion lifestyle brand that uses the arts, advocacy, and education to raise awareness to about injustice. 


GATHER.THINK.SERVE


We use evidence-based practices and engagement strategies to empower communities to find innovative solutions for social change and transformation.   


Let Got To Stop LLC Ignite Your Vision!

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NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN, INC 2019 HONOREE

Be My Special Guest at the 32ND ANNUAL AWARDS BANQUET

Description

The NCNW, Inc.is a 501(c)3, non-profit "organization of organizations" founded on December 5, 1935 by Mary McLeod Bethune. Our mission is: To Lead, develop and advocate for women of African descent as they support their families and communities. The organization's purpose is fulfilled  through the development of national programs focused on education, health, economic empowerment and public policy.


Queens County Section was organized by Reva Anthony on May 13, 1987 based on a growing need for community based programs in Southeast Queens. The section is proud to celebrate 32 years implementing local programs such as clothing giveaway, after school tutorial program, health & wellness, cultural arts events, voter registration drives, Thanksgiving baskets giveaway and economic empowerment forums. Our Harambee Luncheon provides and opportunity to recognize outstanding youth for their academic excellence and community service contributions.


The 32nd Annual Awards Banquet provides a platform for the section to recognize women and men for their exceptional professional contributions and commitment to serving their communities. The selected 2019 honorees represents the ideals and mission of our founder Mary McLeod Bethune and Dr. Dorothy Irene Height who led this organization for over 40 years. 


2019 Honorees are: 

Laure J. Banks-Social Service Advocate ------------------- Erika L. Ewing- Community Activist

Michele E. Keller-Entrepreneur -------------------------- Pastor Beverly Morrison Caesar-Outreach Ministry

Sister Johnna Muhammad-Women Advocate/Trainer--- Rhea Ummi Modeste-Rogerson-Educator

Tandra Birkett & Yvonne Jewnell-Fashion Designers---- Alvin E. Parker-Mentor

Please send an email to: 1warrenj@gmail.com or ladylizb@aol.com indicating which honoree you are supporting for seating purpose with your name, preferred telephone number as well as confirm your eligability to participate in our raffle.

https://www.ncnwqueenscounty.org

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DATE : Sun, June 2, 2019


TIME: 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM EDT


LOCATION:  Antun's of Queens Village

96-43 Springfield Boulevard 

Queens Village, NY 11429


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Congratulations! We Did It!

My heart is overflowing with happiness and gratitude.  Thank you to the Borough of Manhattan President, Gale A. Brewer. Her continued support of the constituents of New York City is always steadfast. Thank you to Michelle P. Booker, Deputy District Leader Office of Congressmen Adriano Espaillat, New York Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and the members of the National Pan Hellenic Council for their unrelenting support of this event. Without your support and sweat equity, Saturday’s march would not have been a success.

We are battling an enemy that can strike at any time. Human trafficking does not discriminate based on age, race, ethnicity or gender.  It is time that we educate all of New York about this issue and let victims and their loved ones know that there is assistance if and when it is needed. 


Thank you to the members of the National Pan Hellenic Council for their unrelenting support of this event. We put in a lot of work and we made our mark as we walked  from NYC Wall Street to 125th Street. 

 Every section of Manhattan heard our voices loud and clear, “Stop Human Trafficking!”


Got To Stop Human Trafficking Walk April 6, 2019

April is National Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Awareness Month.  Got To Stop  partnered with the National Pan Hellenic Council of New York City, and allied organizations to walk 9.2 miles across Manhattan from 61 Wall Street to 163 West 125th Street in Harlem educating the community on the impacts and dangers of child abuse, human trafficking, sex-trafficking, and commercial sexual exploitation of children.  We handed out resource materials provided by allied organizations and prevention tips created by New York Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Dr. Jeanne L. Noble's Delta GEMS (Growing. Empowering. Myself. Successfully) teen girls mentoring program. 


 

It's Not A Movement. It's A Lifestyle!

                                  Watch to learn about what Got To Stop LLC does and how we support our programs.  

Fashion With A Purpose

More Than A Fashion Statement

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GOT TO STOP PRESENTS "THE CONVERSATION COLLECTION"


It's Not A Movement. It's A Lifestyle!


Got To Stop LLC lifestyle brand debuted its "Conversation Collection" on at  its first Pop Up Shop  on September 6-8, 2018 during New York Fashion Week at The Brownstone In Harlem, owned by the 20-year business owner, fashion, and business veteran Princess Jenkins. 


Got To Stop fashions were designed to inspire courageous conversations around injustice and the systems that are built to perpetuate the cycles of generational poverty, oppression, self-hate, violence, inequity, gender bias, discrimination, and racism. 


Choosing to wear the brand is the first step towards radical transformation. Making this bold choice sends a message 

Change Begins With A Conversation

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Got To Stop Trafficking

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Got To Stop Trafficking is part of our Conversation Collection to help raise awareness about Sex Trafficking, Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Sexual Assault, and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) in our communities. 


It is important for communities to  be educated and informed to prevent commercial sexual exploitation of children.  


It is important that we don't wait for someone else to provide all the solutions. Communities need to be having courageous conversations and dialogue about what they can do to support children and families. 


Got To Stop has put together allied community of trainers, licensed social workers ,and clinical psychologists who are experts in their fields and are  well versed in the subject matter.  


Feel free to request our free trainings and we will connect you with our allies. For more information email us: contact@gottostop.org

It Takes A Village To Protect OUr Communities

Advocacy Matters

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Thank You Councilman Michael Blake for Standing With Us!

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Thank you Councilman Al Taylor for Supporting Our Lifestyle

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Thank you Dr. Que English, NOMW for your powerful trainings that have changed policies.

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Thank you Kim Dennis-Walker from NYS-Office of Children and Family Services for training our communities.

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Thank you Dr. Coralanne Griffith-Hunte, PsyD, C.C.T.S.F for keeping us Trauma-Informed!

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Our Allies

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