See you tomorrow, Feb. 17th, at 6pm at CATM Gallery on 500 West 22nd Street (10th Avenue) for a cause to help children with cancer for Sloan Kettering Memorial and support Rebecca Zagoory, one of the LGBT’s premier artists. 

"We at The NexTToMe Foundation are proud to support an artist with such a powerful message filled with thought, passion and hope. America is a symbol not just for Americans but for uncounted millions around the world. A shinning beacon of a better world - a better life. To be an American is to believe in this symbol. 

As American(s) worldwide we must stand united to fight against the causes which haunt us all and affect us as people regardless of race, religion, color, or flag. That is why we are proud to announce Rebecca’s commitment to fight against a cause which affects us all - cancer. 

Through the sale of her Art, where a percentage of the proceeds will be donated to the Sloan Kettering Memorial, many will be reminded that Americans, all over the world, hold the dream of this country close to their hearts ; a dream where we never forget those who need us the most.”

- Paul L. R. Du Bois, 
Artistic Consultant & Curator 
Founder of The NexTToMe Foundation

See you tomorrow, Feb. 17th, at 6pm at CATM Gallery on 500 West 22nd Street (10th Avenue) for a cause to help children with cancer for Sloan Kettering Memorial and support Rebecca Zagoory, one of the LGBT’s premier artists. 

"We at The NexTToMe Foundation are proud to support an artist with such a powerful message filled with thought, passion and hope. America is a symbol not just for Americans but for uncounted millions around the world. A shinning beacon of a better world - a better life. To be an American is to believe in this symbol. 

As American(s) worldwide we must stand united to fight against the causes which haunt us all and affect us as people regardless of race, religion, color, or flag. That is why we are proud to announce Rebecca’s commitment to fight against a cause which affects us all - cancer. 

Through the sale of her Art, where a percentage of the proceeds will be donated to the Sloan Kettering Memorial, many will be reminded that Americans, all over the world, hold the dream of this country close to their hearts ; a dream where we never forget those who need us the most.”

- Paul L. R. Du Bois, 

Artistic Consultant & Curator 

Founder of The NexTToMe Foundation

franc1n3thepanda:

IT GETS BETTER: Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles singing “True Colors

This truly brought tears to my eyes ♥

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onceawaywarddaughter:

There are reasons to live.

Don’t let depression win.

Please reblog and help motivate people struggling with depression. 

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onceawaywarddaughter:

There’s so many reasons to live. 
Seriously. There’s a whole universe out there and it’s beckoning to you..to all of us. We are all part of the cosmic scheme and one person missing out of that puzzle could completely throw off the balance down to the microcosm. Our minds are all one, we are all brothers and sisters, and love is our weapon. Remember that, and hold on.

onceawaywarddaughter:

There’s so many reasons to live. 

Seriously. There’s a whole universe out there and it’s beckoning to you..to all of us. We are all part of the cosmic scheme and one person missing out of that puzzle could completely throw off the balance down to the microcosm. Our minds are all one, we are all brothers and sisters, and love is our weapon. Remember that, and hold on.

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Join us on one of the greatest celebrations of our generation and stand NexTToMe. NexTToAll of Us.

Join us on one of the greatest celebrations of our generation and stand NexTToMe. NexTToAll of Us.

onceawaywarddaughter:

wejustgoincircles:

There are reasons to live. Hold on. http://reasonstoliveproject.tumblr.com/ <— check this out. It was started by my beautiful best friend Michelle (Check her out on her tumblr, http://onceawaywarddaughter.tumblr.com/ ). She has struggled a lot, and I am so proud of her for starting this to try and help others who are going through similar things that she is. She truly is my inspiration. Michelle I am so proud of you, you are saving lives and making a difference and I want you to always remember that there are reasons to live. <3

I love you Laur. This means so much to me, and you are so amazing <3 

onceawaywarddaughter:

wejustgoincircles:

There are reasons to live. Hold on. http://reasonstoliveproject.tumblr.com/ <— check this out. It was started by my beautiful best friend Michelle (Check her out on her tumblr, http://onceawaywarddaughter.tumblr.com/ ). She has struggled a lot, and I am so proud of her for starting this to try and help others who are going through similar things that she is. She truly is my inspiration. Michelle I am so proud of you, you are saving lives and making a difference and I want you to always remember that there are reasons to live. <3

I love you Laur. This means so much to me, and you are so amazing <3 

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Anderson Cooper Rips Arkansas School Board Member Clint McCane

Some contact information for the Midland School District:

Superintendent:
Dean Stanley
Years at Midland: 2
Phone: (501)345-8844
E-mail: dstanley@midlandschools.org

Secretary:
Nancy Roberson
Years at Midland: 38
Phone: (501)345-2852
E-mail: nroberson@midlandschools.org

District Treasurer:
Linda Allgood
Years at Midland: 12
Phone: (501)345-2852
E-mail: lallgood@midlandschools.org

High School Principal:
Donna Clark
Years at Midland: 9
Phone: (501)345-2610
E-mail: dclark@midlandschools.org

Federal Programs Coordinator:
Lela McChesney
Years at Midland: 1
Phone: (501)345-2610
E-mail: lmcchesney@midlandschools.org

High School Secretary:
Tonya Lamb
Years at Midland: 4
Phone: (501)345-2610
E-mail: tlamb@midlandschools.org

Elementary School Principal:
Lela McChesney
Years at Midland: 1
Phone: (501)345-2413
E-mail: lmcchesney@midlandschools.org

Elementary School Secretary:
Kerri Passmore
Years at Midland: 4
Phone: (501)345-2413
E-mail: kpassmore@midlandschools.org

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