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part of national Grandparent Month, Your Sisters Project sponsored “Enhancing Our Third Age” Grandparents Day Dinner at the Senator John Heinz History Center where several people were honored for their leadership in the community as grandparents. Community activist Louis Hop Kendrick was the emcee. Activist and comedian Dick Gregory was suppose to be the keynote speaker but he canceled, no reason was given. Shirley Muhammad is the head of Your Sisters Project.
|FOUNDERS—The founders of the Your Sister’s Project. From left:; Jeanette Williams, Shirley Muhammad and Lisa Gray.
|AWARD WINNERS—Queen Shamika and Zyheir with award.
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