community partners

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GreenGoingForward is the primary landing page for all things related to sustainability.  This effort has been launched in the HBCU community because these institutions are creating models that can be used by other impacted communities, minority serving institutions, as well as the American public at large.

How would you like to link with environmental leadership?

  • Network sponsorship and Donations
  • Organization and Educational Institution partnership for sponsorship
  • Non-profit/corporation/foundation partnership listing
  • Single episode sponsorship
  • Select group or block of episodes sponsorship
  • Product feature
  • Recipe/poll/contest sponsorship
  • Job/Internship posting
  • Event posting
  • Like us on Facebook – search GreenGoingForward
  • Follow us on twitter @greengoingfwd
  • Check out the website at  – greengoingforward.wordpress.com
  • E-mail us at greengoingforward@yahoo.com

Become a part of something greater going forward!

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SGSI “Synchronizing Greatness Suffocating Ignorance” Radio

Marcus “The Mista” Copeland

Lindsay “Darker Brown” Harper

To contact, find on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SGSIRadio

Follow on Twitter @sgsiradio

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Pivot Point, Inc.

To contact, send an email to picpivotpointinc@gmail.com

Like on Facebook at www.facebook.com/PicPivotPointInc

Follow on Twitter @pivotpointinc

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Detroit Black Community Food Security Network & D-Town Farm

Malik Yakini

Planting Crops/Watering/Weeding/Harvesting/Composting/Landscaping/Maintenance

Become a volunteer!   There’s something to do for everyone!

Located: 14027 W. Outer Drive (between Plymouth & Chicago)

Detroit, MI 48239

To contact: call (313) 345-3663 or visit http://www.detroitblackfoodsecurity.org or send an email to malik@beblackandgreen.com

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Be Black and Green

Supporting, networking and promoting Black farmers, gardeners and food activists.

To contact, visit http://www.beblackandgreen.com

Like on Facebook – SEARCH “Be Black and Green”

Follow on Twitter @BeBlackandGreen

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