[Repost] Great-Niece of Civil Rights Daughter Launches Benefit Corporation To Develop Mobility Device Products For Individuals With Physical Disabilities

Monrovia, MD – 1/7/2021— Wanda L. Spence, great-niece of civil rights daughter Delilah W. Pierce, internationally renowned artist, curator, advocate, and diplomat launches Nebulae Global Benefit Corporation to manage the development and launch of mobility devices that will bring equity and greater independence to individuals with physical disabilities. Wanda put her creativity into action after a member of her church experienced a non-life-threatening fall. The experience left the church member filled with anxiety. “I could tell the church member was embarrassed and upset with her independence being diminished. I immediately started thinking about how I could create a company to develop … Continue reading [Repost] Great-Niece of Civil Rights Daughter Launches Benefit Corporation To Develop Mobility Device Products For Individuals With Physical Disabilities

FCPS hybrid learning model decision receives mixed reaction By Katryna Perera

…Stephen McDow, a parent of two FCPS students, had similar thoughts. He called the board’s decision “ill-advised and shortsighted.” “We followed such good and strict protocols with Gov. Hogan, and we did so well, and as soon as we loosened, this is exactly what the experts said — cases spiked again … if we just gave it another couple months, I’m sure we’d be out of the woods,” he said. Continue Reading Continue reading FCPS hybrid learning model decision receives mixed reaction By Katryna Perera

No backpacks, no pictures: FCPS begins school year in virtual mode By Katryna Perera

The boys’ parents, Rebecca and Stephen McDow said as stressful as it is to have them learning from home, they are glad FCPS decided against the reopening school buildings. “It’s a lot better than sending them to school and being stressed about what’s going to happen there because you know, kids don’t social distance and kids don’t keep their hands to themselves especially in the elementary school. So, I prefer this with what’s going on,” Rebecca said. Continue Reading Continue reading No backpacks, no pictures: FCPS begins school year in virtual mode By Katryna Perera

Martin MS Alliance Invites Stephen McDow To Speak On Co-operative Movement & The Disability Community

Stephen R. McDow II is a quintessential US national and international co-operator who embodies and lives by the 7 Co-operative Principles. Stephen looks to promote co-operative enterprises as a way of bringing solidarity amongst rural, urban and communities in-between to … Continue reading Martin MS Alliance Invites Stephen McDow To Speak On Co-operative Movement & The Disability Community

Stephen McDow Putting People Over Profit During COVID-19

23) No – The economy shouldn’t take precedence over COVID-19. As a family of entrepreneurs, artists, organizational leaders, and public servants, we made the deliberate choice to put #PeopleOverProfit recently by refunding our Martha’s Vineyard cottage summer income to our renters. Read More   Continue reading Stephen McDow Putting People Over Profit During COVID-19

Stephen McDow II, Director of Membership, Outreach and Education at the Keystone Development Center Appears on Everything Co-op, June 20, 2019

Stephen McDow II, Director of Membership, Outreach and Education at the Keystone Development Center Appears on Everything Co-op, June 20, 2019 Listen Now   Tune in to WOL 1450 AM, Thursday, June 20, 10:30 a.m. for Everything Co-op, hosted by … Continue reading Stephen McDow II, Director of Membership, Outreach and Education at the Keystone Development Center Appears on Everything Co-op, June 20, 2019