Our heartfelt sympathies go out to those in the social justice arena suffering loss: Phillip Tyler, Mr. & Mrs. Poindexter, Rachel Dolezal, Children of the Movement.
- In the movie Roman J. Israel, Esq. lost sight of his own personal needs in a 39 year struggle.
- “We felt ‘called’ to save the world from racism, poverty, and war. We willingly risked our lives. But too seldom did we stop to recognize the burden we placed on our children.” Andrew Young
- In the book CHILDREN OF THE MOVEMENT by John Blake the sons and daughters of MARTIN LUTHER KING JR., MALCOLM X, ELIJAH MUHAMMAD, GEORGE WALLACE, ANDREW YOUNG, JULIAN BOND, STOKELY CARMICHAEL, BOB MOSES, JAMES CHANEY, ELAINE BROWN, and others reveal how the civil rights movement tested and transformed their families.
- “Life is chaos. Be kind.” Devon Waine Tyler
- “Let’s be kind. You never know what someone Is going through.” Phillip Tyler
There is a growing Community Culture of mobile food vendors. They are small business entrepreneurs serving our community in a variety of festivities and life-celebrating events. We at 4comculture.com will support you as you develop your business and association with each other.
Mobile Food Vendor Meeting at Spokane Public Library Tuesday April 23, 2013
City Planners and Mobile Food Vendors Met
85 licensed mobile food units were invited by e-mail to an Open House.
20 vendors werre interviewed prior to the meeting. If you have additional questions regarding the draft plan please contact Andrew Worlock (509) 625-6991 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Please read the WHITE PAPER Mobile Food Vendors at this link.
With proper design and management, mobile food vending can be a great way to add vitality to the street, encourage walking, and promote local economic development.
In response to increasing local interest in mobile food carts and food trucks as a business opportunity, the City’s Planning and Development Services Department is leading an effort to research, evaluate and develop a system to better support and provide regulations for mobile food vendors on public rights of way and as a transitory use on private parcels.
The open house was for the purpose of discussing ideas and generating comments on possible changes to City code that could create a more consistent, predictable and stream‐lined system for the local mobile food vendor industry.
For more information read the following documents prepared by the Spokane City Planning and Development Services Department. If you wish to give the city feedback do so as soon as possible as decisions are being made now.
Pat Bayonne-Johnson is photographed here visiting the gravesite of a Spokane Black pioneer – Rudolph Bowman Scott. He and his wife are buried at Fairmont Memorial Park. Read her article about all of this man’s accomplishments beginning with serving with the Union Army in the Civil War and including being the first Black man to hold a federal position in the northwest.
Pat is 4comculture’s in-house historian. She works with the Eastern Washington Genealogical Society and serves at the Spokane Public Library downtown on Tuesdays helping people find their roots.
“My Parents Were Revolutionary” is an exploration of the life lessons and concepts taught by Charles E. Worthy Sr. and Helen A. Shaw Worthy to Chuck Worthy and his sisters when they were growing up.