CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF
SERVICE!
On February 3, 2012 HABESHA will be celebrating 10 years
of service to the community.  It’s been a wonderful journey
from our humble beginnings in Atlanta as college students
had the vision to make the lives of the youth in their
community better, to becoming an international organization
affecting change all over the world.  We know that the next 10
years will be even better!   Come and join us as we share
with the community all of the programs that we have done
over the past decade. Visit the Youth Marketplace where
HABESHA Youth and youth from the community will be
showcasing their goods and services!  Additonally, we will be
honoring those who have made a significant contribution to
making HABESHA a success for the past 10 years!  You don’t
want to miss this event, it won’t come around again for
another 10 YEARS!
ONE FOUNDATION
“HABESHA’S 10th Anniversary Celebration”
FEBRUARY 3, 2012 ~ 7PM to 11PM
OMENALA GRIOT MUSEUM
337 DARGAN PLACE, SW
ATLANTA, GA 30310
PROCEEDS FROM THIS EVENT BENEFIT THE
BLACK TO
OUR ROOTS PROGRAM - SUPPORT BLACK TO OUR ROOTS
Habesha
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Habesha:
1.  Taking our Children to Africa
2.  Host a Monthly African Film Festival at Georgia State University of Fridays.
3.  Sponsors of the Organic Fest in Atlanta Georgia each year in June.
4.  Please look out for all Habesha Promotions and give them your Support.
Cashawn Myers,
Executive Director
Cashawn Myers
founded HABESHA
in the spring of
2002 in Atlanta, GA
while completing
studies at Clark
Atlanta University.
Cashawn is
currently in his final
year as a Doctoral
Candidate in
Education at GSU.
Cashawn oversees
the day to day
operations of
HABESHA, handles
all public relations
and is top
fundraiser for
HABESHA. He
actively works with
youth, teaching,
going above and
beyond most
people in his
commitment to our
youth.
Visit the new Grassroots Black
Business Directory  in Atlanta,
Georgia for our people:
Click Here
Spread Your Works Around The
Country...through PSU...every
Wednesday night at 9pm.
Click Here for info...
CBPM Member Businesses Pages
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the CBPM's
Website Click
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Now Showing at Habesha Movie Night
Movie:     To Be Announced
Date:         To Be Announced
Time:        7pm - 10pm
Place:       George State University
30 Pryor Street, Downtown Atlanta, GA
College of Education Department, Room 150
Free, Music by DJ Rebellion
Blast Off: Here
There's no culture...without
Agriculture
Habesha Community Garden
Every Sunday @ Dunbar
Community Center
477 Windsor St.
South West Atlanta, Georgia
Noon to 4pm
The CBPM at the Organic Fest in Atlanta, Georgia June 2009
Send HABESHA-Baltimore Youth
to Africa this Summer!

From the students in Soweto, South Africa, to the
children of Birmingham, to the youth of the Bronx who
created Hip Hop, to the youth-led protests currently
sweeping across North Africa, many of the most
profound changes in history have occurred as a result
of youth-led initiatives.

HABESHA Inc. is continuing this legacy of youth leadership
through the Black To Our Roots program, which prepares urban
youth to become change agents in their local communities
through community service, media production, cultural events,
and experiential educational activities.  This year-long program
culminates is a 4-week travel-study to Ghana and Ethiopia
during the summer in which students explore their ancestral
heritage and participate in exchange projects with African
youth.  Since 2002, the Black To Our Roots program has taken
over 70 youth from Atlanta, Washington DC, New York,
Baltimore and the US Virgin Islands to Africa on a life-changing
journey of enlightenment and self-discovery.  

Our youth need your help to achieve their praiseworthy goal.  In
support of our upcoming journey to Africa, we are campaigning to
raise $20,000 in the next 2 months to secure our travel costs.  
Considering the failure of public school systems nationwide to
educate our youth and the rising incarceration rates of the next
generation, we need your support to validate the positive aspirations
of the youth.  No amount is too big or too small – spread the word, get
others involved, whatever it takes – our village has the responsibility
of raising our children!  With your support, we will succeed in forging
new paths to educate, inspire, and cultivate the minds of tomorrow’s
leaders.  We thank you for contributing to the growing movement of
young cultural ambassadors with a purpose to change the world!  See
Black To Our Roots video by clicking in picture below:

To support Baltimore Youth traveling to Africa, contribute at:
http://www.habeshainc.org/2011/04/support-the-journey/
HABESHA
Baltimore Youth
CBPM Member Pages
Enter Here:  please
support those who make the
collective possible
:
1 Diamond Coaching, Inc -
Life/Spiritual Coach
10-10-50
A+ Tutoring
A Different Touch - Special
Event Planing
Abba Goel
Aboriginal Blim Blam - Vending
Afreeka Live - Reconnecting
the Black Family
Africa For the Africans - Tours
to Africa
Africa Prepare - Africa is on the
Move
African Child - Hardi Business
Center
African Community Center for
Unity and  
- Self-Determination -
Functional Unity
Afrikan Family Resurrection
Africon Blood Newsletter
Agape Auto Sales - Used Cars
Ahmadi Wellness Connection
- Health
Akachi - African Jewelry and
Leather Works
Akinade Wire Artist & Spiritual
Readings
Alpha Blacks - Singer, Jamaica
Apparal Ism Live - Art News,
Fashion, & Music
ASAP - A Safe Passage
Atlanta Division 421 -UNIA-ACL
AZ WaterFront Oasis -
Vacation Destination
Basit - Good People Connect
Best Indep. Nation. -
Networking Ind. Bus.
Bethel Grace and Mercy - Non
Profit
Beyond Boundaries - Wealth
Building
B.I.G. Nel - Hip Hop
Bigg Belly Records - Record
Label
Black Busines Builders
Black Cross Nurses - Atlanta
Division 421
Black Diamond - Upliftment of
Minds
Black Kung Fu - Clothing
Black Phoenix Rising - Positive
Changes
Black Star Project Atlanta -
Father Initiative
Black Unity - Network
Black Unity - Page 2
Blackhandz Entertainment -
Video Prod.
Blacklion - Reggae & Hip Hop
Music
Blast Off - Rockets, Kites, and
more...
Bomani Computer Services
Bottom Line Services -
Bookkeeping
Can We Talk - E Radio Show
Capital Commercial Group
Captain Black - Community
Security Protection
Carpet Masters
Cash Flo - Hip Hop
Cipher He Records -
Composition/Music
Concerned Dads - Father
Initiative
Congress of African People -
CAP
Conscious Africans Building
Cultural Dance - From Ghana
Culture Wear - Cultural Items
CMS Health Services -
Consulting
Creation Time - Health and
Beauty
D&D Elliott Enterprise, Inc -
Concrete Finishing
Daddy' s Pipes - Hand Carved
works
Diamondz N the Ruff -
Promotions
Doc Rehab 2000 - Home
Repair
Doing it God's Way - Media
Broadcasting
DuBMan
Eden Fresh  - Natural Black
Products
Eclecticenvi - Clothes Design
Ecollective Styles - Unity
Educated Investments
Educational Management
Associates
Efren Diamond - Reggae DJ
Ehoody - Street Prophets
Elihu - Face it wise Production
Elite Barber and Hair
Empress Travel
ESP Enterprises, Inc. -
Management & Dev.
Etaylor Group - Networkers
Ethiopian World Federation
(EWF)
- Mahel Safari #49
Exclusive Hair Design - Beauty
Care
Face it Wise - Reggae Music
Faye Natallie - Cultural Art
Works
Fly Wheel Entertainment
FOP (Full of Possibilities) Art
Free Your Mind Designs - T-
Shirts & more...
Front for the Unif. & Dev. of
Africa and Arabia
Fulera's Trading - Trade with
Africa
Funchshaun - Hip Hop
Global Entreprenuer - Home
Based Business
Global Underground Media
and Music
GMC Cleaning
God's Children & Elders Think
Tank
God's Gifted Divine Dry
Cleaners and Laundry
God's Precious Angels - Day
Care
Good People Connect - Social
Site
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Greetings Family an Friends,
Our non-profit
organization-HABESHA Inc. is
in need of
your assistance. We have
been fundraising for the
Black to Our Roots program-
which is a youth
leadership and rites of passage
program that promotes cultural
education, media production,
community services, and
fundraising, in addition to
taking these young people to
Africa each year. This year,
our youth have worked hard
learning about themselves and
their roles in society, being
communities activist and
leaders, as well as fundraising,
however we are a little short of
our fundraising goals, and need
your help. By clicking on the
link below, you'll be able to
donate to our '5K in 30day'
campaign. Please log on and
donate to this great cause.
Donate to Habesha to help
our Youths reach Africa.
Our youth are the future, and
WE must invest in them!
Thank you in advance,  
~Shevon~
"We have a powerful potential in
our youth, and we must have
the courage to change old ideas
and practices so that we may
direct their power toward good
ends."-Mary McLeod Bethune