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2013-14 STUDENTS


Special Thank You To Office Of Supervisor Don Knabe County of Los Angeles Featured

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Special shout out to Don Knabe supervisor County of Los Angeles • Fourth District. I sent a request to field deputy Rebekah Kim in his office asking her if the supervisor could intervene on our behalf to get the students access to the South Coast Botanic Gardens. I received an e-mail from Carol Howden manager of Guest Services at South Coast Botanic Garden on Wednesday stating that she had been contacted by the supervisor’s office and that she would take care of it.

So special shout out as I said to supervisor Don Knabe of the fourth district. His field deputy Rebekah Kim and Guest Service manager at South Coast Botanic Garden Carol Howden. For caring enough about the youth to make this great activity happen for the students of the Inglewood Pacific Links chapter Arts Facet program in conjunction with MPJI thank you.

Special note:
One of the hardest things to do is to get young men who have gone into that macho stage of their life to smile for photos. But I did get one out of them it is also the amazing to see young men who have to be so hard because they have to try and protect themselves. When they are given a camera and are taken away from that environment that forces them to be so hard. It’s amazing to see how they become what they should be every day and that is carefree and enjoying the world and life around them!

Our Brother’s Keeper Featured

President Obama speaks to the issue of one of the main reasons MPJI was established. It is of great urgency that we do all we can do to help young black and brown men become motivated enough that they will turn toward a righteous path. That will enable them to live up to their full potential that the Great Spirit God endowed them with at birth.


MPJI /MPJINEWSPHOTOS establishing partnership with Beverly Hills Hollywood chapter of NAACP Featured

MPJI /MPJI News photos is proud to announce that we are establishing a partnership with the Beverly Hills Hollywood chapter /branch of the NAACP to sell photos to raise funds for perspective programs. MPJI program teaches young kids of color in a burned areas photojournalism, photography and broadcasting. The Beverly Hills Hollywood chapter of the NAACP program assist students in the AST-SO program.

We ask that you support these two programs by purchasing photos for your publications and personal use. The photos and images that will be featured come from a variety of subject matter. The photos make great additions to your home décor your office décor and the news photos provide high quality images for your publications.

For more information you can contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Limited Addition Of Three Nelson Mandela Prints Featured


We’re selling a limited addition of three Nelson Mandela prints
 taken at the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on his historic trip to Los Angeles after being released from prison in 1990. These images were said to be by Congresswoman Maxine Waters to be “the best images captured of Nelson Mandela” as he spoke to a capacity crowd of 90,000 people.

The proceeds from the sale of these prints will go too purchasing equipment and take students that are part of the Minority Photo/Journalism Institute (MPJI) photojournalism and photography class in conjunction with the Inglewood Pacific chapter of the links inc and Inglewood High School on field trips. We ask that you would support this worthy cause and own a piece of history.

All Male Studentd 2013-14 Featured

This year we’re doing something different for the past three years the program has been a mixed program with young ladies and young man making up the student body. The head of the avid program miss clay along with the members of the committee for the arts facet recognized the need for strong male role models at the end of last year’s program and decided that in 2013-14 efforts would be concentrated on the young men who were at risk. The decision was made that the program would have only male participants this year.

I have accepted the challenge and look forward to being a mentor to and helping at risk young African-American males develop themselves to be positive young men and role models in their families, school and communities. It is an honor to be entrusted with the development of the young man that are participating in the program this school year.

MPJI Executive Director Photojournalist Haywood Galbreath receives 2013 Ford Freedom Unsung award

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MPJI Executive Director Photojournalist Haywood Galbreath receives 2013 Ford Freedom Unsung award

“History making” photojournalist Haywood Galbreath receives the 2013 Ford Freedom Unsung award for education Wednesday night at the Grammy museum in downtown Los Angeles for the work he is doing with his organization Minority Photo/Journalism Institute teaching young underprivileged at risk youth photojournalism and photography. Pictured with Haywood is Kevin Frazier, co-anchor of “The Insider and Pamela Alexander Director, Community Development and Fund Operations for Ford Motor Company Fund.

Welcome to MPJI/Links 4th Year

MPJI Minority Photo/Journalism Institute is happy to announce its fourth year partnership
with the Inglewood Pacific Chapter of The Links, Inc. To teach photo/journalism to students at Inglewood High SchooI. The program is a yearlong program in association with the National Links Incorporated, which MPJI and the Inglewood links hope to make an ongoing program for years to come. For more info on the program you can contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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