Family, Our community and the world has been beset by what we know as COVID-19 - a novel coronavirus and the various governmental responses. Life as we know it has been upended. On Mondays and Saturdays until June 6th, AYA Educational Insitute will continue to promote a multi-pronged response to facilitate our community succeeding during these tough times. We call it Ngolo (energy/power)!
If you missed the 100-mile ride or thought it was a bit much, c'mon for AYA Educational Institute's IDARIDE. Sponsor riders: www.tinyurl.com/idasponsorJoin us for the ride: www.tinyurl.com/idarideYou don't need a new road bike or fancy spandex pants. Click on the rider link and we'll contact you and together, we'll make sure everyone is ready for the ride. It's only 15 miles out, and 15 miles back on the flat part of the Silver Comet Trail (Starting at the Mavell Road Trailhead)You can do it, and AYA Educational Institute can sure use the help for scholarships for both youth and adult programs. C'mon, you know our work. Please support us. Also, come out to learn more about us and how you can benefit and how you can support the work of AYA Educational Institute7 am - 10 am - We're out while it's cool and back before the July sun can make us wish for fall. We celebrate IDA B. WELLS-BARNETT when we're done! The celebration will include excerpts from IDA's Speeches, snippets from her life, lesson plans for teaching about her, and more. We'll also focus on IDA's lessons for us today! For those of you who want the 100-mile trek, it's coming back in October.