Battling the Storm Within

Friday, May 6, 2022

Street Encounters: Know Your Rights - A Community Conversation on Policing EVENT! May 14th 2022 @ 3 PM

 


The public is cordially invited to attend

MIWVE'S next FREE event  -Street Encounters: Know Your Rights

A Community Conversation on Policing

 Saturday May 14, 2022 @ 3:00 PM

The Pamela Sue Weaver Purpose for Life Cultural Community Center

4020 S. Division Grand Rapids, MI.

 

In response to the tragic loss of life of Patrick Lyoya by a GRPD Officer in Grand Rapids, MI. MIWVE's Founder/CEO's hometown.

 

MIWVE feels it's imperative that we provide a platform to empower the general public especially the at-risk youth to educate and empower them on knowing their rights in regards to community policing.

 We believe in and support law enforcement however we also believe it's very important that specifically the at-risk youth knows their rights regarding law enforcement policies and procedures.

 There is a historical cultural gap between law enforcement and minority communities in America. Our desire is to try to bridge this gap and provide solutions in hopes to save a life of a young person and the career of a law enforcement officer.

 Our dynamic and passionate speakers:

Kent County Commissioner Robert S. Womack and Retired NYPD officer & US Marine Corps MGySgt. Jerome Felipe will be presenting on the ACLU - American Civil Liberties Union and more.

 We are expecting the media to be present, 

so please come out and join the conversation.


For more information on the ACLU Click link below

Spotlight on Patrick Lyoya’s Killing and the Calls for Reform | ACLU of Michigan (aclumich.org)

 

2022 - Michigan Women Veterans Conference - Public Disclaimer Notice

 

                                                                                    


PUBLIC DISCLAIMER NOTICE

 

MIWVE - Has successfully hosted Michigan Women Veterans Conferences since 2016 with the support of our partners, sponsors, friends and supporters over the years.

 We are so grateful! However, it has come to our attention that a 2022 "Michigan Women Veterans Conference" has been scheduled in June 2022 by the MVAA - Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency.

MIWVE's Founder/CEO (RET) US Army - Sgt. Stephanie J. Shannon announced verbally and posted a notice on the printed programs that were handed out at our last conference in 2019 in Southfield, MI. In which MVAA's staff was present, honored as a speaker and a resource vendor at our last conference in 2019.

It was respectfully requested that others specifically in the women veteran's community in Michigan to refrain from the use of MIWVE's brand, the names of our conferences, events and programs and etc... in any capacity.

We have worked hard to build this brand in Michigan due the COVID-19 Pandemic our conferences and in person events have been put on hold until further notice.

On April 1, 2022, our organization's attorney notified MVAA's Director via letter mailed through USPS. Requesting that MVAA change the name of their conference to avoid consumer, supporter and sponsor confusion and out of respect for the hard work that MIWVE has done for the women veterans and veteran's community at large over the years.

 However, our request was not granted it was dismissed, disregarded and deemed not important. Due to this lack of acknowledgement and no response to our request unfortunately MIWVE has to officially notify the public and the veteran's community that it is not affiliated or associated with MVAA's Michigan Women Veterans Conference or anything else in regard to this organization.

 We hope that the Michigan Veterans Community at large will apply the military core values of loyalty, duty, respect, courage, honor, integrity and selfless service while serving within our communities at large and towards each other.

 We have faith that God will continue to grant us favor, wisdom, resources and give us continued success as we humbly serve those in need of empowerment and our services within our communities.

 What empowers you, let's pass it on! God bless, Happy Spring and Stay safe!

 www.empowermiwomenvets.com 

Email: MIWVEC@yahoo.com

Phone (810) 373-5744

MIWVE 2022 NEWS! New Event - New Location - Public Disclaimer Notice


Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment 2022 Spring News!!!
The public is cordially invited to attend
MIWVE'S next FREE event
Street Encounters: Know Your Rights
A Community Conversation on Policing

Saturday May 14, 2022 @ 3:00 PM
The Pamela Sue Weaver Purpose for Life Cultural Community Center
4020 S. Division Grand Rapids, MI.

In response to the tragic loss of life of Patrick Lyoya by a GRPD Officer in Grand Rapids, MI. MIWVE's Founder/CEO's hometown.

MIWVE feels it's imperative that we provide a platform to empower the general public especially the at-risk youth to educate and empower them
on knowing their rights
in regard to community policing.

We believe in and support law enforcement however we also believe it's very important that specifically the at-risk youth knows their rights regarding law enforcement policies and procedures.

There is a historical cultural gap between law enforcement and minority communities in America. Our desire is to try to bridge this gap and provide solutions in hopes to save a life of a young person and the career of a law enforcement officer.

Our dynamic and passionate speakers:
Kent County Commissioner Robert S. Womack and Retired NYPD officer & US Marine Corps MGySgt. Jerome Felipe will be presenting on the ACLU - American Civil Liberties Union and more.

We are expecting the media to be present, so please come out and join the conversation!
MIWVE is excited to announce that we have a NEW Office located in Rockford, MI.

We will continue to carry out our mission and current programs in Flint, MI. Our Signature Dirt Therapy: Veterans & Youth Agriculture and Agribusiness program continues to thrive in the City of Flint during the 2021-2022 academic school year and into the summer of 2022.

The youth are being empowered and educated in field of financial literacy and entrepreneurship and they love it!
PUBLIC DISCLAIMER NOTICE
 
MIWVE - Has successfully hosted Michigan Women Veterans Conferences since 2016 with the support of our partners, sponsors, friends and supporters over the years.
 
We are so grateful! However, it has come to our attention that a 2022 "Michigan Women Veterans Conference" has been scheduled in June 2022 by the MVAA - Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency.
 
MIWVE's Founder/CEO (RET) US Army - Sgt. Stephanie J. Shannon announced verbally and posted a notice on the printed programs that were handed out at our last conference in 2019 in Southfield, MI. In which MVAA's staff was present, honored as a speaker and a resource vendor at our last conference in 2019.
 
It was respectfully requested that others specifically in the women veteran's community in Michigan to refrain from the use of MIWVE's brand, the names of our conferences, events and programs and etc... in any capacity.
 
We have worked hard to build this brand in Michigan due the COVID-19 Pandemic our conferences and in person events have been put on hold until further notice.

On April 1, 2022, our organization's attorney notified MVAA's Director via letter mailed through USPS. Requesting that MVAA change the name of their conference to avoid consumer, supporter and sponsor confusion and out of respect for the hard work that MIWVE has done for the women veterans and veteran's community at large over the years.
 
However, our request was not granted it was dismissed, disregarded and deemed not important. Due to this lack of acknowledgement and no response to our request unfortunately MIWVE has to officially notify the public and the veteran's community that it is not affiliated or associated with MVAA's Michigan Women Veterans Conference or anything else in regard to this organization.
 
We hope that the Michigan Veterans Community at large will apply the military core values of loyalty, duty, respect, courage, honor, integrity and selfless service while serving within our communities at large and
towards each other.
 
We have faith that God will continue to grant us favor, wisdom, resources and give us continued success as we humbly serve those in need of empowerment and our services within our communities.
 
What empowers you, let's pass it on!
God bless, Happy Spring and Stay safe!
 
Phone (810) 373-5744

Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment | (810) 373-5744 |

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS- MIWVE- Community Empowerment Event - May 14, 2022 @ 3 pm - Grand Rapids MI


The purpose of this event is to Bridge the Cultural Gap!
Join us on Saturday May 14, 2022 @ 3pm
In Grand Rapids MI 
See you then
www.empowermiwomenvets.com
www.aclumich.org 





 

Monday, January 31, 2022

Happy New Year! Hope you are well and flourishing in 2022.


Happy New Year!
2022 is a year of endurance and a
time to flourish! Stay safe, alive and healthy!

MIWVE in partnership with the Harlem Youth Marines Cadets Inc, Montford Point Marines and 369 Veterans Assoc. Inc. presents Michigan Youth Marines Corps program.

Our Leader (RET) Master Gunnery Sgt. Jerome Felipe is looking forward to empowering the youth to become faithful service leaders within their own communities.

Details will be released soon until then...
Semper Fidelis
Please view our 2021 Highlights Video below:
In 2022 MIWVE will continue to carry out our mission safely to empower the youth through our Dirt Therapy program during the 2021-2022 academic school year.

We have expanded our Dirt Therapy program to indoor hydroponics grow systems and have installed a new Hoop-House - High Tunnel structure to extend our outdoor grow season.
MIWVE - Mission was accomplished for 2021, we partnered with the Genesee County Landbank Clean Green Program to clean up, cut and maintain 25 property lots
every 3 weeks.

Along with working with Motherly Intercession that services children of incarcerated parents and MarySams Gardens & Supplies to empower the youth in Flint through  our Dirt Therapy program.

We hosted 2 online events free Gate Keeper suicide intervention training and cryptocurrency financial investments opportunity.

The ladies of Miracle Quilts in Oxford, MI donated hundreds of beautiful quilts for the holidays that were dispersed to deserving veterans and youth.

We're grateful for our sponsors Walmart Foundation, Humana, Community Foundation of Greater Flint and private funders for their generosity and support.

We have faith in God to continue to give us the wisdom and resources to continue to serve
those in need within our communities.

What empowers you,
let's pass it on!

Phone (810) 373-5744



Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment | (810) 373-5744 |

Sunday, January 23, 2022

History of T-Shirt

What is it called T-shirt?

A T-shirt, or tee shirt, is a style of fabric shirt named after the T shape of its body and sleeves. Traditionally, it has short sleeves and a round neckline, known as a crew neck, which lacks a collar. T-shirts are generally made of a stretchy, light, and inexpensive fabric and are easy to clean.

Is it tee shirt or T-shirt?

Most dictionaries recommend T-shirt, and it is the form most common in edited writing throughout the English-speaking world. Yet t-shirt is gaining ground, and both tee-shirt and tee shirt have some adherents. Not one of them is considered incorrect, so while T-shirt might be the safer choice, the others aren't wrong.

Who invented the T-shirt?

The invention of commercial knitting machines by the English inventor William Cotton in 1864 brought the T-Shirt to the masses. At this time, paid holidays and weekends were introduced, marking the need for comfortable clothing for workers to wear on their off days.

Why is shirt called at shirt?

A T-shirt, or tee shirt, was originally worn only by men as an undershirt. Now it is defined as a short-sleeved, collarless undershirt or any outer shirt of a similar design. It got its name because it resembles the capital letter T in shape.

Is T in T-shirt capital?

Merriam-Webster sees no need to capitalize it: Main Entry: t-shirt. Of course, if it comes at the beginning of a sentence then it should be capitalized: T-shirts and bluejeans lay in stacks on the table.

What are long t-shirts called?

Longline is the name given to any style of clothing top that falls longer than the regular cut and is a part of the casual, oversized trend.

  1. https://teechip.com/campaigns/-/-/stores/twosday-shirt/teaching-kindergarten-twosday-shirt

  2. https://teechip.com/campaigns/-/-/stores/twosday-shirt/teaching-2nd-grade-twosday-shirt

  3. https://teechip.com/campaigns/-/-/stores/twosday-shirt/ultimate-taco-twosday-shirt

  4. https://teechip.com/campaigns/-/-/stores/twosday-shirt/2-22-22-teaching-2nd-grade-twosday-shirt

Friday, January 21, 2022

T-Shirts That 2022 Are Ruling

Design your custom lengthy sleeve shirt with free and quick shipping. Order was exactly as imagined, and quick delivery! Fast transport. Good high quality. You possibly can create a long sleeve t-shirt that suits your fashion with just somewhat help from RushOrderTees. Long sleeve t-shirts deserve a spot in your wardrobe. How much does a customized lengthy sleeve t-shirt price? Myself with our horses on them. With free delivery to the continental United States and our 100% satisfaction assure, you can't go flawed! We price our merchandise based mostly on the style, amount, and variety of colours or quantity of ink getting used. Michael B. Awesome job on sweatshirts I made for family. When the temperatures really drop, they make for an excellent base layer. They keep you comfy during those instances of the yr which are too chilly for a brief sleeve t-shirt, but nonetheless too warm for a sweatshirt. Women's sizes crew a bit of smaller than expected. Merely choose the shirt style you want, then customise it in our Design Studio.

Brand New T Shirts

If you may, cut back the number of spin cycles. Solid detergent is suitable for white shirts, high-quality or coloured detergents for coloured shirts. We suggest an ironing board or at least a easy, heat-resistant and colorfast underlay. It is best to check the label on your detergent to make sure it is sweet for cleaning the shirts. Damp shirts are particularly appropriate. As quickly as the washing machine stops, it is best to remove shirts, hold them up and pull them straight. You can too put your shirts in the dryer, but be sure they're appropriate for this and put the dryer at a low temperature to avoid shrinkage. How do you iron a dress shirt properly? You'll be able to moisten dry shirts somewhat with the spraying perform of your iron or with a spray bottle. The last step in the care process is ironing. It's best to use a steam iron with a spray perform.



REFERENCE:

shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt shirt