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Junior Academies, Inc. Reaches Out to Communities for Contributions to Establish Schools and Provide Jobs for Hurricane Katrina Victims

September 7, 2005 -- Junior Academies, Inc. (JAI), is the only African American non profit 501(c) 3 educational organization founded for the sole purpose of establishing equitable schools for communities where families are dissatisfied with failing school
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 systems.

 “  DONATIONS and SPENDING will be published in an annual report.  
JAI is reaching out to local officials to support them in the leading and organizing of temporary schools, daycares and jobs for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

“We have to stop sitting around waiting for the government to rescue us,” expressed Melodee Ford, founder of Junior Academies, Inc.. “This is 2005, and unlike many of our ancestors that had limited education
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, if any at all, or access to financial resources, there are enough African American's who can help those who are in desperate need.”

Ford, continued to explain that African Americans are an intelligent people that contributed to the building of this nation and can certainly build not only the communities affected by Hurricane Katrina, but every poor community that has been ignored by elected officials.

Education
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 and nurturing adults are needed immediately for the children,” said Ford. “Junior Academies, Inc. is calling on every citizen to contribute to JAI to help establish the temporary daycares and schools that will allow parents to have a safe place to take their children during the day, so that they may carry on with the duty of stabilizing their families. Opening these daycares and schools will not only provide a safe and nurturing learning environment for children, but also jobs for many displaced employees.

Although the Red Cross and other organizations are collecting donations, JAI is urging local businesses, churches, schools, fraternities, sororities and every able man, woman and child to show the power in African American communities to help themselves by making donations to Junior Academies, Inc., the only African American non profit that will be directly accountable to the communities for immediate action. DONATIONS and SPENDING will be published in an annual report. There will be no question as to how the contributions are spent.

In order not to overcrowd the public schools, churches, businesses, and those that may own buildings that are empty are asked to get in touch with JAI for use of such facilities for classrooms. There is also a need for land where temporary modular classrooms may be constructed.

JAI will work with Bank of America and Washington Mutual Bank to set up accounts for nationwide contributions. Meanwhile, contributions may be sent to: Junior Academies, Inc., P.O. Box 98, Fayetteville, GA 30214.


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