West Philadelphia: Young Fathers United Graduation

After 13 consecutive weeks of parenting education, this video shows the small graduation ceremony held by IDAAY’s Fathers United Program to recognize these young fathers for completing the course. DSC_0063

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Stop the Violence

In the video below, a non-profit organization known as IDAAY, hosted a small competition in Philly to see who would open up for Gillie Da Kid at a benefit concert on Nov. 18th to promote ending violence.

Stop the Violence from Sharee Cole on Vimeo.


Millenials In Action

As the 2017 primary election approaches, Millennials in Action (a political activist group), as well as members from IDAAY, took to the streets with some of the candidates running for office, to urge and encourage people to get out and vote.

IDAAY Parent Meeting

This meeting gives a small lecture to parents about being more involved in their children’s lives. They also bring in successful people from different career fields to talk with the children about how they overcame their struggles and used it to become the people that they are today.

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IDAAY’s 2017 African American Knowledge Competition

This video gives a look at IDAAY’s annual knowledge competition where various students (mostly those within their programs) put their wits to the test.

knowl comp from Sharee Cole on Vimeo.

North Philadelphia-(PAAN): Committed to ending violence and drug abuse in our communities

The Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network is a non-profit agency located in North Philadelphia that seeks to tackle some of the leading problems in our communities such as drug abuse and violence within our communities.

Their mission is to transform the lives of many of the children/adults, here in the city through “the development and implementation of programs that reduce juvenile delinquency, young adult criminality, as well as relapse into criminal behavior.”

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Text and Video by Sharee Cole