Tha B.U.M.P is Dining with Youth of Mount Vernon, New York

Understanding can help people avoid embarrassing situations. It is also a rudimentary part of etiquette. Etiquette helps us know how to treat others. Etiquette helps us to know how to react and conduct ourselves in different environments. Etiquette is not about being perfect, or being prim and proper. Cynthia Turnquest-Jones dining with Youth in Mount … Continue reading Tha B.U.M.P is Dining with Youth of Mount Vernon, New York

Tha B.U.M.P Congratulates Supreme Court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Tha Brown Urban Mother Partners, Inc. congratulates Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on her confirmation to the United States Supreme Court. Beatrice, Annie, Lysa, Chemistry welcomes Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson The confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court of the United States is a moment of astounding joy for our “Let Girls Learn” … Continue reading Tha B.U.M.P Congratulates Supreme Court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Tha B.U.M.P Celebrates the End of Hair Discrimination

C.R.O.W.N stands for Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair, and the act prohibits "discrimination based on an individual's texture or style of hair." March 2021 “Don’t Touch My Hair Campaign” The House on Friday, March 18, 2022 passed the Crown Act, which would ban hair-related discrimination. The measure, H.R. 2116, passed in … Continue reading Tha B.U.M.P Celebrates the End of Hair Discrimination

Tha B.U.M.P Collaboration with Community Police is Recognized

Libraries were closed. Schools were closed. Barnes and Nobles were closed. Cynthia Turnquest-Jones, Detective David Clarke, Westchester County Board of Legislator Tyrae Woodson-Samuels, and Detective Montika Jones & Owner of Cupcake Cutie Boutique We figured that we would ask for donations. We were ready to send emails and letters to anyone who could become a … Continue reading Tha B.U.M.P Collaboration with Community Police is Recognized

Tha B.U.M.P Supports Free Little Libraries

During the height of the pandemic Cynthia Turnquest-Jones, founder of Tha Brown Urban Mother Partners, Inc. started meeting with students of Mount Vernon at the Boys and Girls Club of America. Detective David Clarke was asked to be a guest reader to discuss the book “We Still Here by Marc Lamont Hill. #MountVernonReads goal is … Continue reading Tha B.U.M.P Supports Free Little Libraries

Tha B.U.M.P. Supports Author Annie Turnquest

This adventurous book reading took place in South Nyack, New York. CEO Cynthia Turnquest-Jones partnered with Nathalie Riobe founder of Four Our Kids, Inc. Nathalie wanted young readers to enjoy a reading during the evening in her neighborhood. We picked “From Inside” The Boys Brigade Learn During Coronavirus. The characters are inside because of Covid19. … Continue reading Tha B.U.M.P. Supports Author Annie Turnquest

Tha B.U.M.P Salutes Rapper Black Rob with Black Westchester Magazine

A mass of Hip Hop lovers stood as kisses from the wind hugged Harlem. Adieu to Robert “Black Rob” Ross. CLICK for the entire article: http://www.blackwestchester.com/black-robs-home-going-celebration/ Black Rob is acknowledged for his kindness. Catching the attention of at risk youth was his joy. Interrupting generational trauma was the intention. “Whoa!” was released in early 2000 … Continue reading Tha B.U.M.P Salutes Rapper Black Rob with Black Westchester Magazine

Tha B.U.M.P. Stands Against Xenophobia

Tha Brown Urban Mother Partners, Inc. stood in unison with residents and concerned citizen of Westchester County. Sharing their experience in the American dream. “We stood in this same exact spot last year around May 2020” shared County Executive George Latimer. Hate crimes and bias incidents impact all of us, because they create an atmosphere … Continue reading Tha B.U.M.P. Stands Against Xenophobia