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February 18, 2009 04:10 PM PSTSenator Chuck Allen's EduPod Presents: An interview with Pearl Albino, Co-Chair of Senator Chuck Allen III Scholarship Fund Contemporary Art auction, and Kalup Linzy, also co-chair, and noted emerging artist. Both give their perspective on the organization's first benefit auction at Swann Galleries, February 17 2009. Featuring artists of color and the mission of the SCAIII Scholarship Fund. This podcast is designed and produced by Backdoor Media: bdoormedia.com for Roulette Fine Art.
Senator Chuck Allen Scholarship Fund Kalup linzy Interview from Jacolby Satterwhite on Vimeo. Senator Chuck Allen's EduPod: Asian Students Seek Apology
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After their tutor is cut due to spending cuts and culturally inaccurate and insensitive remarks are made about Asian mentors, students demand an apology from the highest ranks of the state.
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**Students of color striving to excel academically has a long history in this country and many advocates. It did not begin simply with Brown v. Board of Education in Topeka, Ks.-hear this remarkable story. 1min.
Interviews with students, educators, popular culture producers and funders of minority funds for high school students going on to college. Statistics, stories, comments and more...
Guidelines for Senator Chuck Allen, III Scholarship Monies provided by such funds as the Senator Chuck Allen, III scholarship provide one of the most pressing needs in higher education today for students of color who are applying for admittance to college. Scholarships for students to attend higher education allow deserving students to attain their educational goals, meet their professional objectives, succeed to their fullest ability and give back to the next generation Primary Award Criteria 1. Academic achievement, including grades, rank in class, standardized test scores and achievement test scores. 2. Community/extracurricular involvement 3. Leadership/Awards and recognition 4. 1,000 word essay with a topic chosen by the selection committee 5. Recommendations Eligible Applicants 1. Geographic restrictions are limited to: New Jersey, New York and Connecticut High school students 2. Students of color; African American, Asian, Latino, Native American 3. Students majoring in accounting, law, political or urban studies or work in public management 4. Financial need
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