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Review for Kinad Inc, Miami, FL, USA
Who we are?
The Mission of Kinad, Inc., is to enhance the quality of life by making provisions towards a comprehensive, appreciated experience for all educational institutions with materials equipped to accommodate students all ages with instructional hands-on materials, other educational programs that includes crime provisions, health awareness, physical fitness programs, restoring of driving license privileges reinstated, tutoring services, communty hours svc., child support assistant for caring parents outof work. & entrepreneurship workshops. All of these servies target hurting people in America as we travel year round in verious locations with our African American Mobile Museum. Our organization also uses with the AAMM & various exhibitions on the life and culture with an instructional Curriculum on African, African Americans, Africans inliving in the Diaspora, and American history. Especially the major contributions they made by African Anerican throughout the world America history is also included. Our AAMM starts in the continent of Africa begining 5 millions ago to past & present time in American hsitory. As founder, I am passionate in dissemination these human services to our diversified environments and under-served children of all ages throughout our country year round. As added daily solutions, Kinad Inc. provides other service also job referrals.
Please visit our web site at www.kinad.com and please contact us @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kinad Inc., founded in 2001, is a South Florida based 501-(c) (3) not-for-profit organization dedicated towards keeping African American history viable for any educational institutions, social and community events throughout our country year round to over 503 locations today, and viewed by over 890,000 people with great reviews. Many ask us how our organization is funded? It has been a major challenge but through small grants and other funding sources, allows us to keep telling the stories and help our children and parents with our other services year round. Kinad has traveled to these locations within 10 years, it has not been an easy quest, quitting is not an option. We realize the importance that any race of people must "Know Thy Self; Like Thy Self and Be Thy Self." a quote by the late Dr. Robert Ingram a honorable and loving man in whom we miss daily, who expired in September of 2007.
Kinad has received numerous awards and honors, Comcast interviews, introduction into the State Capital by Senator L. Bullard, Senator Frederica Wilson, former Tee. Wilbert Holloway, Home Land Security Award, hundred of letters from teachers, principals, students, (4) guest books filled with inspirational comments asking us to keep telling and sharing our African American Mobile Museum across America. We have received numerous letters of thanks from children of all ethic races. Proclamation for Miami Dade County School Board and over 15 news paper articles some in the Miami Herald, Miami Times, South Florida Times, two live interviews on Comcast, local news papers in Miami Dade County, Miami Dade TV Now, and thousands of thank you from the children in all 13 district in Miami Dade County, and Broward County Florida.
Most children and parents cannot afford to go to a museum, but Kinad African American Mobile Museum travels into all walks of life. We are an inclusive organization and not exclusive, African American History is American history. We include whites and blacks in our museum which is commonly know as the Liberators. Kinad travels to any and all educational programs, events, churches, etc, echoing these words of hope to our diversify environment. We exist to help others understand and disseminated our educational materials and programs throughout our every day changing communities on the major historical data and contributions made by African and African in the Diaspora, unfortunately the relevance of African and African living in the Diaspora contributions made to the world continues to attenuate daily. The history and present contributions of African and African in the Diaspora is not being taught respectfully in America's educational environment to full capacity. It is through my research that many historians and concern citizens is concerned on this issues, of the importance of remembering and teaching K-12th grade about these individuals accomplishment and how they are not properly noted in the American history books, nor even remember as ICON, Goodwill Ambassadors, Humanitarian, Inventors, Soldiers, and a major race of African American that paved the way for the uplifted America success over course of 391 years. This concerns is noted in many newspapers articles, historian, educators, throughout the world. However, on the other hand Kinad uses (2) two traveling units and programs to honor these individuals and recognizes that their contributions was not done in vain. We sustaining the veracity of these heroic people and update present accomplishments of African and African American. (Know Your Past / Know Your Future).
Kinad Inc. is Classified as a Human Services Community Based Organization since 2001 which provides services for Delinquency Prevention, thematic dialogue on reducing school and environmental bullying, hate crime defusing, solutions towards eradicating racism in our diversified community, including physical exercises that combines Kinadworkacise rhythmic aerobic for children, youth & adults of all ages to improve various elements of body fitness, healthy eating awareness discussions on ways and means to reduce obesity, Question and Answers on Anxiety, Fears and Phobias, and educational materials towards enhancement literacy skills. These concerns and services are implemented through Kinad Inc. Educational programs through the use of our African American Mobile Museum, Exhibitions and other academic educational programs. Whereas, Kinad uses relevant sources to implement various needed programs, one in particular is an educational instructional curriculum which is developed on African, American, and African in the Diaspora and HR 669 relating to school safety; creating s. 1006.147, F.S. providing a short title; prohibiting bullying and harassments of any student or employee of a public K-12 educational institution. Over the years, Kinad including into our community serves program on helping a children and youth on the edge of committing suicide, and have conversation and resolutions with our youth who hate the world they live in and look at killing as a game.
Kinad Inc. The African American curriculum is supported by the 1994 Florida Statute 1003.42 (formerly 233.061) to teach K-12 graders statewide on the history of African American history year, this curriculum is also infused into After-School programs, Parks & Recreations, Cultural Arts Center, Alternative Programs for our under-served communities, providing community service for our youth and assist father's on child support received a D6 clearance to restore their driving privileges and reinstate their driving license. These services are implemented through Kinad Inc. African American Mobile Museum year round as we collaborate with numerous non-profit organizations, private sectors and the general public, etc, since 2001 on the importance that American and its children and parents are hurting. Kinad Inc. steps in to help make a difference in their lives.
Shekina D. Donaldson
Founder & President
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By creating it in 2001.
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Eradication hated and enhancing education in our public and private educational insitutions year round to all ages groups. r
What is its top priority in the long run?
Apprication of the history of African American contributions, addressing hatred and enhancing reading skills in our under0served environment. No child or parent is left behind, we much move foreward.
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