Golden Ciphers started in the living room of its Founding Executive Director, Pamela M. Hubbard, June, 2000 and incorporated as a 501 c3 non-profit organization October 25, 2001.
Bro. James Cummings Sis. Erika Graham Bro. Anthony Hubbard Bro. Robert Jackson Sis. Nneka Taiwo
Golden Ciphers is an African American grassroots organization designed to assist in reconnecting our family structures and recreating our communities (villages), thus empowering us to grow mentally, culturally and spiritually, developing healthier communities and lifestyles.
Sis. Kisha Foster ~ Poetry Bro. Olu Manns ~ Drums Bro. Wali ~ Art Bro. Peter Whitt ~ Martial Arts INTERNS
Sis. Eugina Billips Sis. Sophia Davis Sis. Rowena Gilmore Golden Ciphers programs are generously funded by the Office of Justice Affairs, United Black Fund, Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Board of Cuyahoga County, Office of Criminal Justice |Services, Sisters of Charity and MyCom.
Pamela M. Hubbard Executive Director
PROGRAMS • Black Butterflies (Female Program) • Young Brothers Emerge (Male Program) • 8 week gender specific • Diversion programs designed to empower youth ages 12 - 18 to make decisions that will be life saving and healthy.
Rites of Passage Provides culturally specific self development & leadership skills for males and female sages 12-18. • Entrepreneurial & Employment Training • African Drum Troop
WE CAN... WE CAN grow in love for God and others. WE CAN learn, especially from our mistakes. WE CAN accomplish great things that will make a difference forever.
• Keyboard Class • Computer Hip-Hop Tech • Step Team Visual Arts Poetry Club
**Including interactive group educational sessions that are accountability based and youth culturally competent. • Exposure trips to colleges, museums and places of interest. Community Service, volunteer and internship opportunities.
THE HARAMBEE DECLARATION
All programs are free 5704 Broadway Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44127 216-574-4888 (o) www.goldenciphers.org
BECAUSE WE ARE... WE ARE made in God’s image, in an amazing and wonderful way. WE ARE God’s children, totally loved by him. WE ARE God’s masterpiece, and he has a special plan for our lives. SO WE WILL... WE WILL dream and hope. WE WILL courageously do what is right, unafraid of people or mistakes. WE WILL be compassionate servant-leaders, following the example of Jesus. “Harambee” is an African word. It means “come together and move it forward,” which is what we are trying to do in our community. HARAMBEE! HARAMBEE! HARAMBEE!
Published on Sep 3, 2010
Published on Sep 3, 2010
Golden Ciphers is an African American grassroots organization designed to assist in reconnecting our family structures and recreating our co...