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    Goddess Auset333 Banned MEMBER

    Feb 9, 2007
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    Circulate to female friends.

    After 2-meetings of A Gathering of Sisters, (a group organized
    to address the post-Imus issue), plans are in the works to host
    a formal photo shoot at Spelman College on the steps
    of Sisters Chapel.

    I have been in contact with Dr. Beverly Tatum, president of
    Spelman and she has given her full support and blessing for
    the work that A Gathering of Sisters is undertaking.

    This message goes out to you to personally invite you to
    attend a 90-minute meeting to discuss logistics for the
    photo-shoot which will be held during the month of June.

    As time is of the essence, it will be important for you to
    come and register if you would like to participate in this

    Please join me Thursday, June 7th at 6:00pm
    Capitol City Bank, 562 Lee Street Atlanta, GA 30310
    (across from the West End Mall)--off I-20 & Lee Street.

    Invite your girlfriends as well.

    We are planning a photo-shoot with approximately
    100 women of color. So please help me spread the
    word for those who are interested.

    The purpose of the photo-shoot will be to accompany
    an article which will be sent to "O" the Oprah Magazine,
    ESSENCE Magazine, Ebony Magazine as well as other
    local and national publications across the country.

    Again, you will need to come to the meeting on June 7th
    and officially register and complete a release form to
    participate in the photo shoot. The date of the photo
    shoot will be determined by Dr. Tatum who will grant
    us permission to come on campus for the actual
    photographing session.

    Kindly complete the form below and RSVP for
    the June 7th meeting.
    Thank you,
    Lea, 404-505-8050

    ( ) YES, I will attend the June 7th-Briefing for the Photo-Shoot.

    Name: ________________________________________________

    Phone: ( ) ____________________________________

    below list the names of your friends who will be coming with you:




    Thank you.
    Atlanta, Georgia

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    As a religious and spiritual community, we seek to support the Spelman College mission in developing the intellectual, ethical and leadership potential of Spelman students through nurturing faith, encouraging scholarship, and cultivating young women for service.

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