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Greetings! Welcome to the 21st New Jersey Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics! The New Jersey ACT-SO program is dedicated and committed to developing the excellence of our young adults so they may be better equipped to achieve and succeed in their lives. ACT-SO allows us an opportunity to bring our teens and adults together in a positive way. ACT-SO is comprised of young professionals, volunteers, elders, parents and students who come together for a common goal. The strength of the program is realized through this team effort. We provide a safe environment to dream, experiment, research, work and socialize. Students: You are to be commended for your efforts in the field of Humanities, Science, Visual and Performing Arts. You are the role models for your peers, inspiration to your mentors and motivation for your parents. We are extremely proud of your accomplishments and we believe you are all winners because you have chosen to complete a challenging process. You are examples to the world of the great heights our youth can achieve. Use the same determination and commitment in your lives and you will surely have success. To the coaches/mentors of the students: You are an integral part of this year-round program. You meet with the students on a regular basis giving of your expertise. You have encouraged, nurtured and embraced the students with love that they appreciate. This program cannot exist without the adults because ACT-SO is a collective community spirit. Thank you for understanding that. Parents: It is a challenge to raise a child in today’s society. Irrespective of where we live in New Jersey, our children are being lured and distracted from realizing their full potential. It does take a “village to raise a child.� You are not alone. Thank you for your commitment to your child and the ACT-SO program. I would like to extend a special note of gratitude to the advisors of the ACT-SO programs around the state. You have a tremendous amount time, money and effort to make these valuable tools a reality in your community. The New Jersey ACT-SO is a community program.

In Unity, Deborah Smith-Gregory NJ ACT-SO Chairperson M e ssag e f r om t h e N e w j e r s e y stat e A C t - so c h ai r p e r son


NAACP Celebrates 101 years! The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is the oldest, largest and most widely recognized; community based civil rights organization in the United States. Founded in February 12, 1909 in New York City by a diverse group of citizens committed to helping to right social injustices, the principal objective of the NAACP is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of minority citizen in this country. The NAACP derives it strength from its immense grass roots network. Each year, an estimated 500,000 members are involved in activities ranging from economic development to legal action, to the education of young people. In any given month, members provide an average of 800,000 hours of service. Our programs are implemented through four regional headquarters which serve seven regions and support the volunteer efforts of 2,200 branches. Special recognition is made of the accomplishments of the branches, exemplary volunteer activism and the beneficiaries of the volunteer programs at the annual conference of the NAACP. Fiscally sound and with a dedicated and growing membership, the NAACP continues to lead the way in the never-ending struggle for freedom, dignity and equality. The NAACP realizes that the path to freedom begins with training and encouraging our youth to follow their dreams and set high goals. For that reason, the NAACP created ACT-SO. po l itica l , e ducationa l , socia l and e conomic e q ua l it y


NJ ACT-SO Scores 21 Years of Academic and Cultural Excellence

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he New Jersey Afro Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) were initiated in 1989. At the first state competition 50 teens participated with no national winner. Now 20 years later, New Jersey has captured national medals every year in numerous categories including architecture, filmmaking, dance, playwriting, art and physics. A majority of NJ ACT-SO alumni are in college or, have graduated. Many are working as productive citizens in the community. Our success stories are proud ones. The NJ State Conference of the NAACP sponsors the activity along with local community support. More than 5,000 area high school students have participated in the NJ ACT-SO workshops around the state culminating in an annual statewide competition. As a result of their active participation, we consider all our ACT-SO students to be winners. They win skills, the habit of self-discipline and confidence from the challenges they face prior to and during competition. They win enhanced selfesteem through their associations with accomplished adult coaches and judges. New Jersey ACT-SO has proud stories of students who dare to dream, to achieve, to strive for excellence in their lives. Equally important, the New Jersey ACT-SO Program has had success in recruiting adult mentors who volunteer their time and expertise to the youths. They are professionals in the categories they mentor. These dedicated volunteers meet with students for five months prior to the competition. Through general informational workshops concerning academic and cultural opportunities available, taking field trips, engaging in small group and one-to-one sessions, mentors provide exposure and motivation for excellence. ACT-SO is a learning experience in which participants develop new skills and enhance their ability with each ACT-SO pursuit. The program raises the standard of excellence and expectation among our youth, promotes a climate of academic and artistic development and mobilizes the adult community to serve as mentors, coaches and judges for students. Generally, the statewide competition is held in April. The site travels around NJ and the competition categories are divided into the Northern and Southern Regions of the state. Gold medalists from both regions have the opportunity to compete for scholarship dollars at the national competition held annually in July in conjunction with the annual NAACP convention. This year’s competition will be in New York, July 8-12, 2009 along with the 100 year celebration of the founding of the NAACP. The NJ ACT-SO Program has been approved by the NJ Governor’s Arts in Education Awards Program. The Governor’s Awards honor selected students in June at an awards presentation in the area of Dance, Creative Writing, Music, Visual Art and Theater.

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New Jersey ACT-SO Highlights The following students are recipients of national medals at the national competitions held around the country.

New Jersey has proud stories!

2009

Nadiya Cooper (math);Matthew Bankhead (painting); Yasmin Dejesus(drawing); Jennifer Lantigua (sculpture); Tochi Nwori (playwriting); Alex Cummings (music composition & instrumental Contemporary music) New York

2008

Gisella Gutierreoz (photography) (Orlando, Florida)

2007

Edwin Coleman (poetry); Charlene Boone (music composition); Jemina Akinsanya( physics); Xavier Bennett (playwriting) (Detroit, Mi.)

2006

Naomi Adjei (math); Joseph Momoh (architecture) (Washington, DC)

2005

Asha Martin (math) Zebia Weh (physics) Kevin Beckford (original essay)( Milwaukee)

2004

Eric Hudson (music instrumental contemporary); Carla Bruce (original essay); Erica Barrow( math) Evanda Henry (chemistry special acknowledgement) Brooke Pennix (Oratory) (Philadelphia, Pa)

2003

Stefani Ramos (photography); Darnell Jones Bey (filmmaking); Naomi Daniels (vocal contemporary); Carla Nesbitt (instrumental contemporary) (Miami, Florida)

2002

Dontae Simmons (filmmaking); Shandy Walton (poetry); Collete Jackson-Belle (vocal classical); Irwin Hall Jr. (instrumental contemporary); Ashley Jackson (instrumental classical) (Houston, Tex.)

2001

Valerie Louissant; (Math) (New Orleans)

2000

Kern Bruce(art); (math);Aleshia Brown (physics);Melony Williams (photography) (Baltimore, MD)

1999

Sheri Williams (computer science)Lawrence Smith(poetry) (New York)

1998

Martin Dickerson (architecture) (Atlanta, Ga.)

1997

Maria Norales(playwriting); Eisa Jackson(dance) (Pittsburgh, Pa.)

1996

Nia Jeter (computer science, math);Jaime Hardges (drama); hantelle Brathwaite (physics) (Charlotte, NC)

1995

Darnell Williams (physics); Yasmeen Yasin (playwriting); Christina Taylor (original essay); Thaddeus Pinckney (chemistry); Lanre Gaba (original essay) (Minnesota)

1994

Tye Husbands (oratory); Josina Lawrence (filmmaking); Cornell Fields (music composition) (Chicago, Ill.)

1993

Wendy Dunlap (playwriting); Nicole Tucker (architecture); Tyshawn Hawking (computer science); Coltrane Curtis (photography) (Indianapolis, Ind.)

1992

Tyshawn Hawkins (computer science) Coltrane Curtis (photography) Scott Rudrow (physics); Aliya Carmichael (poetry)

1991

Nashad Warfield (oratory)

1990

Second NJ ACT-SO competition held

1989

NJ ACT-SO Initiated


2009 New Jersey ACT-SO National Winners New Jersey Has Proud Stories!

Playwriting


2010 ACT-SO Awards Program Procession..............................................................................2010 North & South New Jersey ACT-SO Contestants Black National Anthem.............................................................................................. The Oranges/Maplewood Vocalists Olivia Mighty, Brittany Gray, Flinora Wilson, Justin Frost, William Morrison

ACT-SO Rally..................................................................................the Dean Brothers (mentoring program Omega Psi Phi)

Introduction of Master & Mistress of Ceremonies.........................................................Arthur Leo Taylor

Master and Mistress of Ceremonies.........................................................................................................Covey & Yelverton Welcome............................................................................................Deborah Smith-Gregory, NJ ACT-SO Chairperson

Remarks...........................Kelly Francis, Camden Branch Pres., NAACP Officers & Elected Officials

Presentation of 2010 Seniors............................................Dr. Sandra Butts, Gloucester County Advisor

Special Tribute................................................................... Arthur Leo Taylor, Lawrence Galloway & the Camden Creative Arts Jazz Quartet

Remembering Dr. Charles E. Brimm..................... Brimm Medical Arts High School Students

Awards Presentation – Science & Business Drama Performance - Nana Marfo (Newark)

Awards Presentation – Humanities & Visual Arts

Oratory- Frederick Phil (New Brunswick) and the Camden Creative Arts High School Junior Dancers

Awards Presentation – Performing Arts

2010 Showcase Gala and Michael Jackson Competition- Arthur Leo Taylor Closing Remarks - Deborah Smith–Gregory

PLEASE JOIN US AT THE RECEPTION IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE PROGRAM


Thank You!!!. Thank You!!! Thank You!!! On behalf of the NJ ACT-SO, NAACP we thank all the judges for your commitment to be a judge at the 21st Annual NJ State ACT-SO Competition. ACT-SO allows us an opportunity to bring our teens and adults together in a positive way. We hope you share in the excitement of encouraging our talented and gifted young people to aspire to greater heights even in the face of possibly not being a medalist. You hold a powerful and influential tool in your hand when you judge another person and particularly a young person. Thank you for sacrificing your time to make a difference for the young people in our community. We also thank our volunteers who support the ACT-SO competition by serving as facilitators to ensure the competition day runs smoothly. Parents, we salute your efforts to support your sons’ and daughters’ academic and cultural endeavors. Without the community gift of volunteer time and energy, we could never have such an event as the NJ ACT-SO Competition. We believe in our youth and we … ACT-SO!

The 2009-2010 NEW Jersey ACT-SO Committee Chairperson ~ Deborah Smith-Gregory Secretary ~ Betty Simmons Treasurer ~ Karyn Speights-Norwood

Bergen County.............................................................................................. Athena Mathis Camden.......................................................Arthur Taylor & Angela Wright-Yelverton Gloucester County....................................................................................Dr. Sandra Butts Morris County....................................................................................................Willa Hayes Newark...................................................................... Deborah Gregory & Darnell Davis New Brunswick..............................................................................................Shaun Adams Paterson...........................................................................Sylvia Moore & Betty Simmons Oranges/Maplewood.................................................................................... James Lemon

Special thanks Mr. Ras Baraka, Principal of Central High School and his staff for use of their beautiful facility for NJ ACT-SO competition. Mr. Byron Dixon, Principal of Catto Elementary School and his staff for use of their remarkable facility for NJ ACT-SO Awards Ceremony. Comcast Reverend J-Anthony & Lady Madelin Dargan


Congratulations

2010 Newark Participants Of the 21st Annual New Jersey Olympics We are proud of you!! Continue to strive for excellence!!! You are the Fabric of the Future‌.

Deborah S. Gregory and Darnell Davis Newark Co-Chairpersons Thank you to the Newark Volunteers: Kevin Hunter, Joan Whitlow, Sabr Samuels, Drusilla Thorne, Lynette Noel, Ummie Samuels, Sonia Dawson, LaRhonda Lewis, Nikiya Mathis, and John & Teresa Alford


Congratulations

Newark Educator Deborah Smith-Gregory, Darnell Davis and The Newark Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics Team Mr. Roger Leon, Deputy Chief Academic Officer Newark Public Schools


Congratulates The Newark Unit

The Newark ACT-SO Team

Joyce Simmons...........................President

Dadisi Sanyika...........................1st Vice President

Margaret Kee...........................2nd Vice President

Lucille Hunter...........................3rd Vice President

Sally G. Carroll...........................Secretary

Donna Currin...........................Assistant Secretary Cheryl D. Bush...........................Treasurer Velda Wesley...........................Assistant Treasurer Visit the Newark NAACP at our new office location: 454 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102


Dr. Sandra Butts Your Family Your Staff You are doing a great job for your students. Please continue.

Love Your Hawaiian Brother and Louise


To all of the wonderful ACT-SO young people May the following suggestions encourage you to be The Best That You Can Be. Be Great Be Bold Be Spontaneous Be Brilliant Be Yourself Be Giving Be Fantastic Be Charitable Be Original Be Clever Be Independent Be Smart Be Connected Be Honest Be Reflective Be Sincere Be Inventive Be Funny Be Learning Be True Be Safe Be Honorable Be Proud

Peace and Blessings

Mr. Donald Butts Dr. Sandra Butts Gloucester County ACT-SO


Gloucester County Minority Coalition Sandra Scott Drew President

founded 1990

Kathy Love-Moore Vice President Robin L. Whitaker Secretary Sheriese Coy-Armour Recording Sectretary Banquet & Event Chair Shawn Johnson Treasurer

Congratulates ACT-SO Gloucester County

Dr. Sandra Butts, Director Mentor Sheila Ellington, Esq. Student Participants:

Executive Committee Mayor Frank W. Minor President Emeritus Uzo Ahiarakwe P.E.PLS, PP, CME. Shelia D. Ellington, ESQ. Councilman Joe Kidd Honorable Jacquelyn Love Honorable Donna Pearson Sub-Committee Chairs Hospitality Barbara L. Bash Fundraising Brie Drew Political Affairs Assistant Treasurer Rachel Green Scholarship & Education Martina Martin

Nefertiti Victor, Jordan Reaves, Kyle Green, Toni Mason, LaToya Dove, Adele Taylor, Amber Weaver, Saudaya Travis, Salimah Davis, Alexandra Green, Carissa Underwood, Janelle Wellons, Lauren Colquitt, Sharnice Jones, Joann Martin, Essence Newbill, Byeesha Owens, Samanatha Smith, Dre’Vaughn Morris, Alicia Oliver, Turquoise Langston, Deshae Jenkins, De’ja Jenkins, Taylor Russell, Khadrice Rollins and Stuart Ruffin Advisory Board Members: Donald Butts, Miriam Lewis, Robert Tucker and Earlene Woodson, Assistant to the Advisory Board: Karen Coy Parents, Presenters, Mentors and Supporters

On another year of Academic & Cultural Excellence!


2009 ACT-SO PARTICIPANTS Camden County, Arthur Taylor and Anglea Wright Yelverton, CoAdvisor Karice Bankhead Shaquya Bankhead Sean Bey Sharee Bookman William Britt, III Jenna Brown Keyosha Carmickel Gisselle Colon Sharrell Cornish Jamir Daaliya Lawrence Galloway Marcus Green Munir Griffin Jazmin Guillen Kendall-Amir Haskins Murad Herbert April Howard Adaia Ingram James Jenkins Shabree Johnson Arnetta Johnson Kapreecia Johnson Mieesha Johnson Tiara Jones Reginald Lewis Tiffany Maxwell Aaliyah McDade Iran Mercado Amira Mitchell Donesha Mixon Kindra O’Bryant Richelle Rand Alan Rivas Marcy Rivera

Camden County Biesha S Anwar Sabree Alicia Santiago Danielle Shockley Tysharina Smith Daniel Spearman Kareem Taylor Shauntise Thomas Ashley Vaughn Julisa Vega Anthony Warren Fatima Wharton Joel Wiggins Loneisha Wilkerson Oranges/Maplewood, James Lemon, Advisor Daran Bravo Jasmine Brown Tiarah Crawford Kaimaiya Cuffee El Hajj Malik Deloach Jessie Smith Edwards Shanelle Forde Emmanuel J. Freeman Justin Frost Althea George Jeremiah Grant Brittany Gray Alneesha Harris Denzel Henderson Dominique Henderson Breanna Hunter Quasan Hunter Jahson Myers-Inman Mark Jackson April Jenkins

Oranges/Maplewood Orrianne Kowlessar Rachelle Loblack Chekera Lovell Stephanie Mayer Marjea McKoy Olivia Mighty Schevon Mitchell Cierra Moe Taira Nails William Morrison Ronald Reid Yashebadar Roker Amari Smith Allen Theodore Kira Thomas Denzel Thompson Dominique Waldron Adisa M. Walker Valencia Wallen Khalil Welch Mustafah Williams Flinora Wilson Jalo Wright Newark, Darnell Davis and Deborah Gregory, Advisors Takir Anderson Marel Anthony Chrisalee Baines Michael Barrow Davon Berry Jaynece Castro Lamar Cooper Ashley Crooks Deanna Goodluck Acrissa Grayson


2009 ACT-SO PARTICIPANTS Sable Hightower Newark Khari Hughes Eric Hunter James Kennedy Nana Marfo Dominique Perdmo Andre Shemamphorash Venus Teah Nicole Thompson John Youngs Gloucester County, Dr. Sandra Butts, Advisor Lauren Colquitt Salimah Davis LaToya Dove Alexandra Green Kyle Green Deshae Jenkins De’ja Jenkins Sharnice Jones Turquoise Langston Joann Martin Toni Mason Dre’Vaughn Morris Essence Newbill Alicia Oliver Byeesha Owens Jordan Reaves Khadrice Rollins Stuart Ruffin Taylor Russell Samantha Smith Adele Taylor Saudaya Travis Carissa Underwood Nefertiti Victor Amber Weaver Janelle Wellons

Plainfield, Advisor Nia Ali Lorrin Beachum Osmond Franklin Steve R. Sipaque Stephanie Williams Morris County, Willa Hayes, Advisor Jermina Bagley Breyton Croom Ellisa Davis Kalyn Foster Shardee HigginBottom Aneisa Lindsey Keeshana Marshall Christopher Roberts Danny Romero Matthew Simms Isamar Valensuela Gabrielle Wells Jmoney Wright-Baxter Essence Zekoll New Brunswick, Shaun Adams, Advisor Chloe Adams Tiara Baxter Queena Bergen Angelique Chandler Aasia Coley Craig Covil Kyle Crawley Tiyai Culver-Curry Sebastien Etienne Gillian Findley

Melissa Floyd New Brunswick Tyler Glover Candace Grevious Monet Hall Chloe Hall Ja’Quetta Hudson Tyler Jackson Jalyssa James Dante Lauglin Jarred McGriff Jasmin Neal Ashaya Parham Fred Philip Alyea Pierce Brandi Pinnix Donta Rice Zoe Richards Monique Robinson Nina Rodgers Charnelle Singletary Mary Claire Sobon Alexander Staten Sean Taylor Sharelle Teasley Bria Thomas Josh Ugwuneri Malika Walker Joshua Walker Mic’a Ward Lance Williams De Andre’ Woods-Walker Carl Wright


The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People —Oranges & Maplewood Unit—

First (1913) Chartered Unit in THE STATE of New Jersey

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1127, East Orange, NJ 07019 Telephone: 973-675-5325 Email: orangesmplewoodnaacp@yahoo.com

To All the ACT-SO Team Members!!!

Congratulations and Best Wishes Do Your Best You Are All Winners! Unit Officers

Thomas L. Puryear...........................................President Mary E. Weaver................................1st Vice President Hava A. Athill..................................2nd Vice President Edward R. Young..........................3rd Vice President Alma D. Clay...........................................................Secretary Nicole Williams-James................................Treasurer Executive Committee Joyce A. Athill Tracey S. Cosby, Esq. Everett T. Felder Darryl Harrington Lewis Johnson James Lemon Cyndi Murray Thelma L. Murray Henrietta Rice Marilyn Strickland Cornelia Thompson


Congratulations Déja Jenkins Class of 2010 On Your Four Year Commitment to The Gloucester County Branch of the NAACP ACT-SO Program

We Are Very Proud of You! Love Mom, Dad, Deshaé and Miss Joi


Congratulations & Best Wishes Deborah Smith-Gregory &

The New Jersey ACT-SO Committee For 21 years of promoting academic and cultural excellence among high school students.

The Johnson Family Ruben Sr., Julia, Ruben, Jr. Craig and LaurVan


Congratulations & Appreciation To The Awesome

Oranges Maplewood 2010 ACT-SO Team You are the Talented and Gifted. Behold your Future, Grab on to it, and Never look Back.

Best Wishes For Success in All Future Endeavors. James Lemon, Chairperson Thelma Murray, Advisor Robin Lewis, Advisor

Best Wishes To

Gloucester County’s Best!!

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Congratulate

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Our Youth, Tomorrow’s Leaders!!

In Loving Memory of Cecilio Antonio Davis Donald Wilson parks Mateo Mercado

Congratulations

Dr. Sandra Butts for seventeen years of dedicated service to the ACT-SO Program and the many students that she mentored.

Congratulations LaToya, on your participation in the ACT-SO Program. Good Luck, Best Wishes.

Prince and Mariam Lewis Love Mom, Dad and Dwayne


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NJ ACT‐SO Students  The best way to predict your future is to create it…. You have the tools. Continue to ACT-SO !

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2010 NJ ACT-SO

Judges and Volunteers Judges

Sherrill Austin Mary G Bennett Ali Bervine Jamila Blades Denise Brooks Demar Brown Richard Cammarieri Tamika Charles Donovan Coney Tyhesha Cromwell Donna M. Curvin A Frizzell Davis DeLacy Davis Ollie M. Davis Jonathan Dewberry Damon Dobbins Krystal Dodson Marshall Edwards T. Je’Nein Ferrell Cornell Fields Ruth Fombrun Wayne Gillman Patricia Glaspie Jennifer Golson Barry Gray Jackie Hardrick Janice Harrison-Aikens Gary Hayes Chandra Hayslett Jacqueline D. Heads Yocontalie Jackson Mohamed Jalloh Laurence Johnson Stephanie Jones Margaret Kee Rosamond King Donita Judge Jasmin (Eve) Lambert Jodi Lewis Kedar Mahajan Dana McGraw Casandra McKendall Phillip McKinney Wiliam McCloud

Judges

William A. Moses Mansa Mussa Theresa Nance Paula Paige Henrietta S. Parker Forrest Prichett Tyrone Proctor Hezues R’ Sonya Redd Thomas Reynolds Larry Ridley Janet Riley Coram Rimes Reginald Roberts Lesleyann Samuel Kirk-Dean Scarlett Darryl Scipio Tiffani Scott Bayete Ross Smith Hakim Smith John L Smith Kersten Stevens Michael-Edward Taylor Crystal Curry Thomas Karen Warner Valerie White Robin Laverne Wilson Kathleen Witcher MaMa Yaa H. Edward Young, Jr.

Volunteers

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Volunteers

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