Don’t Let Nothing Stop You: Fighting Fair for Health Justice and Change

Fort Worth Pastor Kyev Tatum has created unique “post-pandemic pop-up hubs” to serve urban, rural, and other isolated communities.

The Redemption Bowl Popup Health Hubs has teamed up with USA Mobile Testing of Plano to help vaccinate thousands throughout the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. Pastor Kyev Tatum of the New Mount Rose Missionary Baptist Church in Fort Worth has spent years advocating for civil rights and health justice. His most recent “Pop-up Health Hubs” provide COVID-19 vaccines and testing in underserved communities.

Sponsored in part by the Coach and Preacher Show, Pastor Tatum uses his experience as a collegiate wide receiver and civil rights activist to lead change and demand equity. Hear about his creative and collaborative strategies to inspire you to do your part to make a difference. Learn more about Pastor Tatum: https://fortworthbusiness.com/government/kyev-tatum-appointed-to-advisory-board/.

Link: https://www.texasvaccinations.com

In partnership with the New Mount Rose Missionary Baptist Church, our Popup Health Hubs will provide complimentarily:

COVID-19 Vaccines & Testing
Cloth Masks
Face Shields
Hand Sanitizer

For more information contact:

K.P. Tatum, Sr., Pastor
New Mount Rose Missionary Baptist Church
2864 Mississippi Avenue
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
817.966.7625, kptatum1@gmail.com | www.theredemptionbowl.com/fooddays

The Redemption Bowl COVID-19 Popup Health Hubs Team Up With USA Mobile Testing of Plano to vaccinate thousands throughout the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. Inbox

The Redemption Bowl COVID-19 Popup Health Hubs Team Up With USA Mobile Testing of Plano to vaccinate thousands throughout the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. Inbox

The Redemption Bowl COVID-19 Popup Health Hubs Team Up With USA Mobile Testing of Plano to vaccinate thousands throughout the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. Link: https://www.texasvaccinations.com/

CONTACT PERSON: PASTOR K.P. TATUM, SR., 817.966.7625

FORT WORTH, TEXAS – APRIL 19, 2021 – The Redemption Bowl, in collaboration with USA Mobile Testing of Plano, CityEquity, USA, UNT College of Public Health and Public Service, and local faith-based institutions will launch our COVID-19 Popup Health Hubs this week and will continue serving until we have reached many within vulnerable communities throughout Texas.

In partnership with the New Mount Rose Missionary Baptist Church, our COVID-19 Popup Health Hub will provide free:

· COVID-19 Vaccines
· COVID-19 Testing
· Cloth Masks
· Face Shields
· Hand Sanitizer

The Redemption Bowl COVID-19 Popup Health Hubs dates include:

1. Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 1pm to 5pm
Como First Baptist Church
5228 Goodman Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Pastor Ken Jones, Jr., Host Pastor

2. Friday, April 23, 2021 at 10am to 2pm
FWISD Family Action Center 10am to 2pm
5500 Norris Street
Fort Worth, TX 76119
Dr. Carlos Walker, Host
https://www.fwisd.org/Domain/7075

3. Saturday, April 24, 2021 at 9am to 1pm
East Gate Missionary Baptist Church
6960 S. Polk Street
Dallas, Texas 75232
Pastor Kennedy Young, II

4. Sunday, April 25, 2021 at 1:30pm to 4:30pm
East Gate Missionary Baptist Church
6960 S. Polk Street
Dallas, Texas 75232
Pastor Kennedy Young, III

For more information on the Redemption Bowl Popup Health Hubs contact Pastor Tatum at 817.966.7625, kptatum1@gmail.com

or

USA Mobile Drug Testing of Plano
5700 Tennyson Parkway Suite 300
Plano TX 75024
planocustomersupport@usamdt.com

Redemption Bowls for your Souls
New Mount Rose Missionary Baptist Church
2864 Mississippi Avenue
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
817.966.7625, newmountrosefw@gmail.com | www.theredemptionbowl.com/fooddays/

 

 

 

Congratulations to the Midnight Basketball League Program for 35 Years of Service!

Share and let’s celebrate the AMBLP 35 year celebration of the Midnight Basketball Association!

The Midnight Basketball League, Inc (MBL) is a concept that was developed and implemented in 1986 by the late G. Van Standifer. While serving as Town Manager of Glen Arden, Maryland, Mr. G. Van Standifer studied police reports that decisively showed that most crimes occurred during the hours of 10 pm to 2 am and was committed by individuals from a narrow age group (17 to 25 years old). In response to the escalating crime rate in his town, he established Midnight Basketball League, Inc. (MBL) in June 1986.

Help us celebrate 35 years of programs and services by supporting the Midnight Basketball Association and spread the word that AMBLP is still continuing to serve communities across the country. 

 

 

Midnight Basketball League – Store Official Launch! Check it out!

Midnight Basketball League – Store Official Launch! Check it out!

AMBLP has officially launched our online store! Please visit our online store and help support the Midnight Basketball League which benefits young adults all across the country. The Association of Midnight Basketball is a non-profit organization.

To learn more about the Midnight basketball League philosophy, how you can become involved in making a change in a community and operations, Join Us for all of the details.

Black History Month

Black History Month

This is Black History Month. I believe everyday and every month should be about Black History. I am going to share a little common Black History about two Black Men you know, but don’t their Black History. Even though there is a age gap, they similar Black History. Let’s look at their similar History.
Lawrence C. Gray, Jr. (Left) and Willie Hector, Jr. (Right)
Here we go.

-We both are named after our Fathers. We are both Juniors.
-We both was born in the South.
I was born in San Antonio, Texas .
Willie was born in New Iberia, La.
-We both were residents of Marin City, Ca.
-We both Graduated from Tamalpais High School in
Mill Valley, Ca.
-We both have Master’s Degrees
My Degree is in Education and Willie’s is in Physical Education.
-We have worked and coached at the same Junior College (CCSF)

As you know about it is a tough road when you are the First of anything. Here is the Real Black History Story.
Willie Hector, Jr. Was the First Black Varsity Head Football Coach in Marin County at Tamalpais High School in 1965.
Lawrence C. Gray, Jr.,Was the First Black Boys Varsity Head Basketball Coach in Marin County at Redwood High in 1980.

Just a little Black History about two Black Men who helped pave the way for some other Black Coaches in Marin County. Just some past history that I thought you wanted to know about the two of us. Remember everybody has a past. Remember also, The Key to the Future is the Knowledge of the Past.

YOU BETTER MASK SOMEBODY!

YOU BETTER MASK SOMEBODY!

YOU BETTER MASK SOMEBODY! New Mount Rose To Receive 10,000 Face Shields from Jersey City Rapid Maker Response Group for the #ShieldOurSchoolsProject

The front line may be shifting but the mission remains the same. Jersey City Rapid Maker Response Group is a volunteer collective formed from one local Reddit post on April 1st.

What began as a means of organizing 3D printers and makers in creating PPE for donation to local hospitals has grown into a continent-spanning mission for good in the fight against Covid-19.

“We are grateful for the incredible gift that will help us feel our neighbors’ bowls with blessings for their souls,” says Pastor Kyev Tatum, New Mount Rose MBC Fort Worth, Texas 76104.

The Face Shields should arrive within three weeks.

Link: https://www.jcrmrg.org/

K.P. Tatum, Sr., Pastor
New Mount Rose Missionary Baptist Church
2864 Mississippi Avenue
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
817.966.762

5, kptatum1@gmail.com | www.theredemptionbowl.com/fooddays/

 

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