MMSI Celebrating 42 Years of Service

$20_21 Scholarship Fundraising Campaign.

We are excited to issue our 9th Annual Scholarship this year and WE NEED YOUR HELP to ensure bright young minds can fulfill their dreams of attending college.

 

Click Here to learn more about the Angela Pauling Memorial Scholarship and our amazing Angela Pauling Scholars!

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2021 WDN Virtual Summit - KeyNote Panel.

DON'T MISS IT!!

THE VIRTUAL DIVERSITY SUMMIT

KEYNOTE PANEL DISCUSSION


Monday, April 19th at 7PM (EDT)

This powerful keynote panel lineup will set the tone for a powerful week-long summit.

A Discussion With Asian, Muslim, Black, Latina, Transgender, Jewish, and Youth Community Members

Moderated by MMSI's very own, Dr. Nathalie C. Lilavois, Ed.D.

Featuring (left to right): Rachel Hu, Farrah Mozawalla, Nia Adams, Lisa Equizabal Malachi Robinson, Emily Kaufman, Nathalie Lilavois, Myles Hollingsworth

JOIN US AT THE VIRTUAL DIVERSITY SUMMIT!!

Monday 4/19/21 - Friday 4-23/21

7:00-9:30 PM (EDT)

  • Monday - Keynote Panel:  Cultural Tensions During the Pandemic

  • Tuesday - How To Be More Diverse & Inclusive, Cultural Safe Space Conversations

  • Wednesday - Channel Your Inner Boss, Policies for Moms  & Caregivers, Maternal Mortality Advocacy, IT's Okay To Not Be Okay (ages 12-18)

  • Thursday - Movement Building a Strategy for Change, Warriors of Sunrise (Shinnecock Nation), De-stigmatizing Abortion, The Gender Spectrum and How to Be an Ally

  • Friday - How To Raise a Strong Smart Bold Girl, The People's Plan For Police Reform, Creating​ Empathy,  The Black & Asian Divide  ​

  • Saturday - Financial Planning, Self Care

ABOUT THE FILM:  Black Men In White Coats 

Less black men applied to medical school in 2014 than in 1978 and black men have the lowest life expectancy in the United States. With only 2% of American doctors being black men, this comes as no surprise.  This documentary dissects the systemic barriers preventing black men from becoming medical doctors and the consequences on society at large. 

 

Health care accounts for nearly 20% of the United States’ GDP and a significant portion of that is driven by disparities in a system that lacks diverse physicians.  What if we had a medical workforce that actually reflected our patient population?  What challenges do our black boys face?  Who are their role models?  Why is it easier to visualize a black man in an orange jumpsuit than it is in a white coat?  What’s happening in society that more black women are becoming doctors while black men are stagnant?  WHOSE FAULT IS IT?  It’s time to end this CRISIS and get more BLACK MEN IN WHITE COATS!

Documentary Trailer: 

https://trailer.bmwcmovie.com/trailer1602557931782

Chip & Sip Film Series

Black Men In White Coats

Panel Discussion Recording

Hosted By

Malik Melodies Sisterhood, Inc.

March 26, 2021

International Women's Day

International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Marked annually on March 8th, International Women's Day  is one of the most important days of the year to:

  • celebrate women's achievements

  • raise awareness about women's equality

  • lobby for accelerated gender parity

  • fundraise for female-focused charities

 

The campaign theme for International Women's Day 2021 is 'Choose To Challenge'. A challenged world is an alert world. And from challenge comes change. So let's all #ChooseToChallenge.

Purple, green and white are the colors of International Women's Day. Purple signifies justice and dignity. Green symbolizes hope. White represents purity, albeit a controversial concept.

 

For more information and resources, visit:

https://www.internationalwomensday.com

 

International Women's Day

March 8

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Join MMSI In Making a Difference!!

Thank you for your support Malik Melodies Sisterhood, Inc.  

 

Our fundraising efforts will continue in 2020-21 with our “The Gift of Giving” campaign.  Our work would not be possible without support from our members and friends like you.  Each gift helps us achieve our goal to provide scholarships, empower girls and women, and to support ground breaking history at the

Asa Restoration Project in South Asaif Egypt.

Our programs and initiatives impact hundreds of people in the U.S. and in Egypt. Your support helps make that impact possible. Your contribution will help us in 2021 to further develop the capacity of our programs listed below, develop innovative programs/workshops, and to improve the infrastructure to support our work.

In our Gift of Giving campaign we are requesting your support for: 

 

The Angela Pauling Memorial Scholarship

WE LEAD:

    * Empowering Our Girls Annual Conference

    * Nurturing Our Leaders

    * We Inspire!

The Asa Restoration Project

We hope you will join us in supporting Malik Melodies Sisterhood, Inc. and our Gift of Giving campaign with a gift that is significant to you.  Please enjoy our website to learn more about our programs and to make your secure contribution. 

Thank you in advance for your generosity!

The Angela Pauling Memorial Scholarship is dedicated to honor MMSI Co-Founder who succumbed

to cancer in 2010.  The scholarship is earmarked for a graduating senior at Angela’s alma mater,

Harry S. Truman in the Bronx, NY.  We are excited to continue Angela’s legacy with the issuance of

our 8th annual scholarship in 2020-21.   Click Here to learn more about our Angela Pauling Scholars.

In 2018, MMSI launched the Inaugural WE LEAD:  Empowering Our Girls Conference (in Queens, NY) to have a more meaningful and far reaching impact within our communities.  Our conference aims to highlight and address the needs and challenges girls face, while also promoting girls' empowerment and the fulfillment of their human rights.  This amazing event provides motivating messages and workshops from women on the challenges they faced and how they pushed past them. The day culminates with the “Gems Among Us” Awards presentation, honoring outstanding individuals and organizations for their commitment to uplifting and empowering our girls.

We hosted a successful 2nd Annual 2019 WE LEAD: Empowering Our Girls Conference in Brooklyn, NY at the Nelson Mandela School For Social Justice.  In 2021, we will host the 3rd Annual Conference in the Bronx, NY and mid-year programs to Empower OUR Girls. 

CLICK HERE to see our Video from the Inaugural WE LEAD:  Empowering Our Girls Conference.

The Asa Restoration Project  -  Visit our web page to learn how MMSI has aided and how you can continue to help in reclaiming our history through the archaeological excavation, conservation and restoration of 26th Dynasty priest and noblemen tombs of Karakhamun, Karabasken and Irtieru in Egypt.  

 

Please Donate and Join MMSI In Making a Difference!!

We are requesting your support for our annual scholarship and these special events.  Please help us give back to the community and to expose young ladies and girls to opportunities which can positively enhance their lives.

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​​DONATE VIA ZELLE to:  MalikMelodies@gmail.com

​​DONATE BY CHECK payable to "Malik Melodies Sisterhood, Inc.” and mail to P.O. Box 260430, Bellerose NY, 11426.

Melody Melissa Pacheco!

Melody Melissa Pacheco!

2019 Comite Noviembre - Lo Mejor de Nuestra Comunidad Awardee

ASA RESTORATION PROJECT

ASA RESTORATION PROJECT

Artists Network & Mentor Program

Artists Network & Mentor Program

The Art of Leadership

The Art of Leadership

MMSI leads presentation on The Art of Leadership

Council Member Antonio Reynoso

Council Member Antonio Reynoso

NY State Council Member Antonio Reynoso presenting MMSI with a New York City Council Proclamation.

Real Queens Fix Each Others Crowns

Real Queens Fix Each Others Crowns

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