Arts & Culture

Wedding Announcement

Wedding Announcement

Wedding Announcement
Cheryl Williams and William Jackson

Date/Time:
Sunday, June 10, 2012 from
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (ET)

Location:
West Friendship Baptist Church
945 Carrie Street
Jacksonville, FL 32209-7048

Web Site:
http://myquesttoteach.wordpress.com/
wedding-of-cheryl-and-william/
 

“Each of us alone is incomplete, together with
Christ we are as one. In this there shall be joy.”

We, Cheryl and William invite family and friends
to share in this joy on this date of
Sunday, June 10th 2012 on the afternoon at 1pm.

We Remember Raines Documentary

We Remember Raines Documentary

We Remember Raines Documentary

Nonprofits partnership to offer a screening of the documentary “We Remember Raines” and host a ONE by ONE community conversation about education.

A great free event happening this Friday, May 18th at the Ritz Theatre at 6pm in the evening. Families, Alumni, the Jacksonville community is invited. Educators are encouraged to attend.

Support the Arts in Schools & Communities

Support the Arts in Schools & Communities

Support the Arts in Schools & Communities                         

by William Jackson and Cheryl Williams
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and music appreciation is in the ear of the listener. The Arts play a key role in developing talents, abilities, skills and providing a canvas for youth, teens and young adults to display their many blessings that enhance our world.

Jacksonville University graduates first class in lauded MFA in Choreography program

Jacksonville University graduates first class in lauded MFA in Choreography program

When they made their way across the stage May 5 to receive their diplomas, these Jacksonville University graduates made a little history, too.

They were part of the first graduating class of JU’s prestigious MFA in Choreography program, one of only a handful nationwide whose low-residency approach lets mid-career artists continue their professional lives while advancing their knowledge in performance and choreography.

“This program expanded my mind and perspective in terms of thinking about my career and potential,” said an excited Michelle Grant Murray, one of 10 graduates of the program, who teaches dance in Miami and has directed shows as far away as Japan. “It gave me the opportunity to meet new people and go to new places. It’s amazing, the amount of freedom to explore your processes without having everything superimposed on you.”

Turn passions to reality, Mayor Alvin Brown urges Jacksonville University graduates

Turn passions to reality, Mayor Alvin Brown urges Jacksonville University graduates

Take action in the face of adversity. Go beyond the nurturing environment of college to turn passions into reality. Above all, stand tall to lead rather than follow.

EWC Students Attend Teacher Town Hall

EWC Students Attend Teacher Town Hall

EWC Students Attend Teacher Town Hall

Brittany Glover and Michelle McNealy, students
from Edward Waters College attending the Educational
Technology class of Pro. William Jackson had the
opportunity to attend WJCT and the Florida Public
Broadcasting Service event Teacher Town Hall.

Black Women, Bold Women, Beautiful and Intelligent

Black Women, Bold Women, Beautiful and Intelligent

Black Women, Bold Women, Beautiful and Intelligent
Pictures can be found at: http://photobucket.com/asaalh

James Weldon Johnson Branch
The Association for the Study of African American
Life and History