UBF Becomes Official AAU Sponsor! — United Black Family Scholarship Foundation

Let’s give a shout out to UBF director Kenneth Roebuck Jr. for bringing the organization in as a sponsor for the youth AAU basketball league. Next time you see these jerseys they’ll have the official UBF sponsorship patch on them. The Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) is an amateur sports organization based in the United States. […] …

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International Workers Day / May Day March Statement by UBF Founder Ivan Kilgore — United Black Family Scholarship Foundation

Greetings comrades, My name is Ivan Kilgore. I am an incarcerated activist and founder of the United Black Family Scholarship Foundation. For the past nineteen years I have been fighting on behalf of the underdog. It is with great humility that I have accepted an invite on behalf of the Sin Frontera’s Foundation and Critical […] …

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Hidden Voices! — United Black Family Scholarship Foundation

We are preparing to publish 100 prisoner books. You can click on below link to learn more about the project. https://ubfscholarshipfoundation576.wordpress.com/2019/03/04/fundraising-to-publish-100-prisoner-books/ Our project manager, Patrick Doolittle, is a former Yale University student. You can click on this link to read some of his writings in which […] via Hidden Voices! — United Black Family Scholarship Foundation

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Oct 21, 2017· willisraisedblog.wordpress.com User Info Pending BUILDING FUTURES: INVESTING IN PRO-COMMUNITY INSTITUTIONS! In reply to: I was fortunate to meet Ivan Kilgore will housed at the notoriously violent maximum security prison known as New Folsom. My name is Charles Carpenter, I’m the author of the books HANDCUFFED and COLORS OF OPPRESSION. Hey Charles. Where …

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Hidden Voices! — United Black Family Scholarship Foundation

We are preparing to publish 100 prisoner books. You can click on below link to learn more about the project. https://ubfscholarshipfoundation576.wordpress.com/2019/03/04/fundraising-to-publish-100-prisoner-books/ Our project manager, Patrick Doolittle, is a former Yale University student who’s now a corporate lawyer in Los Angeles California. You can click on this link to read some of his writings in which […] …

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