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Stephanie Rice Embrace Community Story Coordinator Last Thursday I attended an event with other Embrace Richmond members including Wendy, Charles and Ashlee.  The event was a community forum organized by Councilman Samuels to talk about how the closing of Monroe Park would affect the homeless and what we could do about it.  The event was unlike anything I had been to before and I was interested in the process, but am still asking myself: Is there really anything we can do?  There was great consensus that something should be done.  Everyone from residents to homeless services providers to committee members to anarchists agreed that the park closing would change the way homeless individuals in Richmond get what they need to survive, but how to go about that seemed all over the map.  Some suggested busing people to the Conrad Center then busing them somewhere else where they can have shelter.  Some wanted to keep an outside open place, such as a park, available for services.  Some wanted to make a collaborative effort among those who provide services, but then where? and how?  Some simply wanted to keep helping homeless individuals no matter where they were. I was a little discouraged with my table, seeing too much discord and disagreement or simply not coming to one, plausible solution.  But then there was a time when a representative from each table went to the front to tell everyone what their group talked about.  There were several from the group Food Not Bombs that continued to advocate for keeping a part of the park open, which sounds like a great idea but seems unlikely...

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Ashlee Murphy Embrace Faith Works Coordinator On Thursday, November 4, one of my dreams came true. I had always wanted to be a part of a think tank or some type of major conversation that focused on a societal issue and I finally had that chance! Councilman Samuels sponsored a dialogue about the closing of Monroe Park and its impact on the homeless population. People from Homeward, Embrace Richmond, Food Not Bombs, the Conrad Center, Daily Planet, the Monroe Park Advisory Council and many other non-profits, churches and concerned neighbors came together to voice their opinion about the best way to care for the people who use the park when it closes for reconstruction. We were all distributed amongst the tables in the room and asked to discuss some possible solutions to the impending crisis. At my table, we had an older lady and gentleman who lived near Monroe Park, a full-time anarchist and two staff members from the Daily Planet. The older gentleman was frustrated because he didn’t feel safe sitting in the park or bringing his grandchildren there to play. However, he was deeply concerned about the upkeep of the park. He said he had helped clean it up after groups came to serve food or distribute clothing and left the excess there assuming someone could use it. Instead of being used, things usually ended up strewn all over the park. Conversely, the anarchist strongly declared that food was not left in the park, because he drove the bus for Food Not Bombs and picked up all the refuse after it was served. He felt like part...

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Thanks so much to Its Chic Again for choosing to support Embrace Richmond!  On October 23 & 24 Its Chic Again, an upscale consignment shop in Mechanicsville, held some great events and donated a portion of their proceeds to Embrace.  It was a great weekend and we are so thankful!  The donation goes directly to Embrace to help us help our communities every day. Check out Its Chic Again and see what’s in. Thank...

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Embrace Richmond has been invited to participate in a forum on Homelessness and Richmond’s Monroe Park, which is set to close for renovations for up to two years.  The forum is: Thursday November 4, 2010 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Richmond Dept. of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities Richmond Carillon – Auditorium 1300 Blanton Ave. at Richmond’s Dogwood Dell The forum is being hosted by Councilman Charles R. Samuels.  All Richmond citizens are invited to attend.  Registration is requested by TODAY November 1, which you can do here.  You can check out what Wendy McCaig heard from those in the park on Sunday and how they feel about the closing of the park in her blog post, “Listening to the Homeless in Monroe Park: Their Thoughts on the Park Closing.”  Embrace Richmond wants to work with the city and other organizations serving those who use the park to make sure they are still provided for.  Come out and join us for this important...

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    Embrace Richmond and Hillside Court community members had a great day on Thursday at St. Paul’s Baptist Church where people were able to receive a bag of free food, donated by Richmond Baptist Association churches.  It was a good opportunity to provide much needed food for people who live in a community that has a great disconnect from food options.  A big thank you to Kappie and Rob from Salisbury Presbyterian Church for transporting people and joining us in service.  It was great to have you there and we can’t wait to continue seeing you and forming some great friendships. We will make this trip on the third Thursday of every month.  In November we will join St. Paul’s for another great day with a Thanksgiving dinner and food giveaway.  If you would like to participate or volunteer, please contact Janie at janie@embracerichmond.org.  We had 27 people last week and would love to serve more people, which means we need more drivers.  Thank you for your support, which makes all of these service opportunities possible! Check out more pictures on our Facebook...

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Wendy’s blog page about her book, From the Sanctuary to the Streets, has been updated!  There is now a page where you can meet the “characters” from the book as well as an Electronic Press Kit with everything from endorsements and flyers to photos of the book and Wendy. And don’t forget about the Free Discussion Questions Packet for use at Bible Studies, Small Groups or on your own!...

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It’s another fundraising opportunity while you shop! Tom Leonard’s Farmers Market in Short Pump has chosen Embrace Richmond as it’s charity for the week! Just go to Tom Leonard’s and throw a few coins in the Wishing Well.  Tom’s will match the coins penny for penny and send the donation to Embrace.  Thanks so much to Tom Leonard’s and to you for supporting...

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An upscale consignment store in Midlothian, Its Chic Again, is raising money for Embrace Richmond! It’s Chic Again will give 10% of all proceeds made on Oct. 23 and 24 to Embrace Richmond! The address is: Its Chic Again 1225 Sycamore Square Midlothian, Va 23113 There will be a fashion show on the 23rd with recent fashion trends and live music!  Music starts at noon and the fashion show at 2 p.m.  Don’t miss out on this opportunity to have fun and give back to the community.  Thank you for your...