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Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


Co m m u n ity
B re a kfa s t
Honoring
rd Kokayi
Building the Beloved Community
Monday, January 16, 7 am
Trolley
Euclid Ave.
Market St.
Joe & Vi Jacobs Center
404 Euclid Ave.
San Diego, CA 92114
For tickets call: 619.264.1213 Ticket Per
Person: $50
Community Table: $450 (Seats 10)
Honoring
Bishop Ikenna A. & Mother Mary Ard Kokayi

Building the Beloved Community


17
th
Annual
Monday, January 16
th
2012
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Community Breakfast

A man who won't die for
Something is not fit to live.
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Were proud to help celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and support the United
African American Ministerial Action Councils 17th Annual Community Breakfast.
We salute all those who continue to power the dream and are dedicated to
empowering people to help them succeed. This makes for a society thats better
for all. The whole is only as strong as each of its parts. SDG&E

is committed
to being an active partner and contributor to the local community.


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Were proud to help celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and support the United
African American Ministerial Action Councils 17th Annual Community Breakfast.
We salute all those who continue to power the dream and are dedicated to
empowering people to help them succeed. This makes for a society thats better
for all. The whole is only as strong as each of its parts. SDG&E

is committed
to being an active partner and contributor to the local community.


2011 San Diego Gas & Electric Company. All copyright and trademark rights reserved. S1180268
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Reverend Ikenna A. Kokayi
Christ Church of San Diego, California Inc.
A Persistent, Consistent, Committed Ambassador of God

A graduate of Pepperdine College, he is in his 36th year as Junior Pastor at Christ Church of San Diego,
a non-denominational Christian Church. (The name of the congregation declares the name of The Senior
Pastor). He is President of the African American Leadership Council; President and Chief Executive
Officer of the United African American Ministerial Action Council; Past President of Trinity House, Inc.;
Chaplain-at-Large for the San Diego County Sheriffs Department; Past Chairman and Founding Member,
Diamond Community Investors Advisory Council; Former Member of The Diamond Community
Management Board; Member and Past President, San Diego County Interdenominational Ministerial
Alliance; Board Member of St. Stephens Interdenominational Alliance. In 1987 he became the first
African American pastor certified by the American Red Cross as a
HIV/AIDS Trainer. Working with the late Dr. Cleo Malone, Founder/Director
of the Palavra Tree, Inc., Rev. Kokayi coordinated HIV/AIDS Awareness
Training for 15 African American pastors and assisted them with
establishing HIV/AIDS Ministries within their respective congregations. He
is a Board Member of Kemet (HIV/AIDS Education and Prevention)
Coalition; Board Member, The California African American HIV/AIDS
Coalition (CAAHAC); Member, San Diego County HIV Prevention
Community Planning Board; Executive Committee Member, Interfaith
Committee for Worker Justice; Member, Pan African Association of America
and former Member and Treasurer, Ecumenical Council of San Diego
County. He has served as Chairman, Board of Directors, Comprehensive
Health Center; Vice Chair, Southeastern Economic Development
Corporation (SEDC); Former Board Member, Black Federation and Jackie
Robinson YMCA; Chief Prosecutor, Peoples Tribunal; Guest Chaplain,
U.S. House of Representatives; Delegate, Republican National Convention; Convener, Democratic
Caucus, Jesse Jackson for President; Member, San Diego Police Review Board; Member, Ad Hoc
Committee to Review the Policies and Practices San Diego Police Department; Member of the Blue
Ribbon Committee to review the policies and practices of the San Diego Chapter of The American Red
Cross; a Founding Member of UAAMAC United African American Ministerial Action Council; JOB (Justice
Overcoming Boundaries); CRIMESTOPPERS San Diego; SHARE San Diego; and a signer of the
downtown Community Benefits Agreement.

He is a recipient of numerous religious, civic, and social awards; among them are: The US-Mexico
Foundation ARCO Civic Leadership Award; San Diego Mediation Peacemaker Award; Urban Leagues
Equal Opportunity Award; NAACP Distinguished Service Award for Religious Affairs (3times) and the
Presidents Award. A Rev. Robert C. Ard Day has been proclaimed by the City of San Diego six times,
the Fourth Council District five times, the County of San Diego twice, and the 44th Congressional District.
Rev. Ard was given the Volunteer of the Year Award from the County of San Diego Sheriffs
Department, and the San Diego County Jails Ministries. He received a Lifetime Achievement Award from
the Pan African Association of America, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the United African American
Ministerial Action Council; The Humanitarian Award of the Year from Neighborhood Fundraising Network,
Inc. In 2008 he was presented The Community Volunteer Lifetime Service Award by President George W.
Bush; in 2009 he received a similar award from President Barack Obama. He is included in the
International Whos Who of Professionals. On December 27, 2007, he participated in a Naming and
Blessing Ceremony conducted by the Pan African Association of America and was given the name:
Ikenna Anyanwu Kokayi. Ikenna (ee-kay-nah) is West African meaning Father Power, Anyanwu
(awn-yawn-woo) is West African meaning dedicated to God and Kokayi (ko-KAH-ee) is South African
meaning call the people to hear. Believing this name to be more descriptive of who he is and what he
strives to be he has accepted it as his true name. He is in his 51
st
year of marriage to the former Mary
Ethel Simpson of Phoenix, Arizona. They have a daughter, Genette Ard McGowan and twenty-four
Godchildren.
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United African American Ministerial Action Council
HEROES & SHEROES

Dr. Dorothy Smith Martha Williams Dr. Cleo Malone Rev. LaSalle Jones Jewel Hooper Bishop
George McKinney



Dec. Exton Hullaby Dec. John Kearse Vernon Sukumu Jackie Meshack Walter Kudumu Maisha Kudumu




Dr. Willie Morrow Rev. George Stevens Leon Williams Dr. Robert Matthews Ann Murray DeDe McClure



Mwalimu Baye Mildred Neal Rev. Ikenna Kokayi Bob McNeely Delores McNeely Sister Margaret Castro
Kes-Ba-Me-Ra

Cecil H. Steppe Herman Baca Theophilus A. Logan
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The United African American Ministerial Action Council (UAAMAC) is
a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization based in San Diego. UAAMAC is
committed to the construction of a Beloved Community of justice,
equitable access to opportunities in the pursuit of happiness,
education, health, family stability, economic development, peace and
prosperity for all people. To this endeavor, we invite the participation
of all people of good will and their resources to work collectively in
making The Beloved Community a reality in the 21st Century.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Rev. George Walker Smith Chairperson Emeritus
Rev. Charles Dorsey Chairperson
Rev. Anthony Howard Vice Chairperson
Martha Carter Secretary
Bishop Ikenna A. Kokayi Board Member
Bishop George McKinney Board Member
Elder William Johnson Board Member
Bishop Ronald Cobbs Board Member
Chaplain Gerald Johnson Board Member
Rev. Eric Miller Board Member
Debbie J. Young Board Member

STAFF

Rev. Gerald Brown, Executive Director
Robert Robinson, Director of Resource Development
Jordanna Kidd, Office Administrator
Robert Sanders, Intern


415 N Euclid Ave Street San Diego, CA 92114 Phone 619.264.1213
Fax 619.264.1214
www.uaamac.org

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bl
va
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(however ol
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t, Board of D
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what to exp
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men are no
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JUSTI
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Directors
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regation to
s lynch you
isters and br
olicemen cur
rs and siste
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n an air-tigh
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daughter w
park that ha
eyes when s
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distort her
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corners of yo
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name becom
and your la
he respected
that you are
pect next, an
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cult to wait.
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akness of cor
CE MATT

E
f San D
hose who ha
say wait. B
ur mothers
rothers at w
rse, kick, bru
rs with imp
r twenty m
ht cage of p
ou suddenly
ering as you
why she c
as just been
he is told th
inferiority b
little perso
n you have to
dy, why do w
y drive and f
our automob
y out by nagg
mes nigger
ast name bec
d title Mrs.
e a Negro, liv
nd plagued w
nerating sens
There com
lling to be p
rroding desp
Letter fro
Rev
TERS
Gregory
Executive Dir
Diego, I
ave never fel
But when y
and fathers
whim; when y
utalize, and
punity; when
million Ne
overty in th
find your to
u seek to ex
cant go to
advertised
hat Funtow
begin to form
onality by u
o concoct an
white people
find it nece
bile because
ging signs re
and your
comes Joh
; when you a
ving constan
with inner fe
se of nobod
mes a time wh
plunged into
pair.
om Birmingh
v. Martin Lu
y E. Knoll, E
rector/Chief
Inc.
lt the stingin
you have see
s at will an
you have see
even kill yo
n you see th
egro brothe
he midst of a
ongue twiste
xplain to yo
o the publ
on televisio
wn is closed
m in her litt
unconscious
n answer for
e treat colore
ssary to slee
e no motel w
eading whit
middle nam
hn, and whe
are harried b
ntly at tip-t
ears and out
diness; - the
hen the cup
o an abyss
ham City Ja
uther King, J
--May 1963
Esq.
f Counsel
ng
en
nd
en
ur
he
ers
an
ed
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lic
on,
to
tle
sly
r a
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Elect Gerald W. Brown
San Diego Unified School District
Board of Trustees

A Quality Education
That will prepare all children to
compete in a Global Economy

Bringing together ALL Stakeholders! Administrators,
Community members, Parents, Teachers and Students working
For a common goal

Congratulations AND THANK YOU!!!
FOR OVER 40 YEARS
DEDICATION, LEADERSHIP, SACRIFICE & VISION
Bishop Ikenna A. & Mother Mary Ard Kokayi
It is POSSIBLE for ALL Children
to receive a Quality Education
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On December 1st, 1955 a Black woman named Rosa Parks refused to give up her
seat on a full Montgomery bus. By law, Black passengers were expected to yield
to Whites. By her single unplanned act of defiance, she started a chain of events
that concluded with a United States Supreme Court decision prohibiting bus
segregation and Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.s rise to national prominence.
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PATT
WASHINGTON
FOR 79
TH
ASSEMBLY 2012
FIGHTING FOR
WORKING FAMILIES
Educator | Organizer | Leader | Doer
With Deepest Gratitude & Profound
Respect for Bishop Ikenna
and Mother Mary Kokayi
on the Occasion of UAAMACs
17th Annual
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Community Breakfast!

Pat Washington for Assembly 2012, FPPC ID# 1343318
P.O. Box 15968, San Diego, CA 92175
Phone: 619-203-9440
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Gateway Center East
It is an honor to stand among
those who recognize great leaders.
Southeastern Economic Development Corporation
joins in the celebration of an American leader,
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Southeastern San Diegos corporate neighbor.
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You are part of a greater community.
Union Bank believes in the power of partnerships. Thats why we partner with communities
and organizations to make a positive difference in the places where we work and live. To us,
building a healthy community is the most valuable investment of all.
Union Bank is proud to sponsor the UAAMAC 17th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Community Breakfast and Celebration.
Community Banking 530 B Street, Suite 1200, San Diego, CA 92101
Lawrence Henry, SVP Regional Executive, 619-230-3085
Euclid & Federal Branch 1666 Euclid Avenue, San Diego, CA 92105
Marian Foster, VP & Branch Manager, 619-264-0715
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Diamond Neighborhoods Family Health Center
Everyone is welcome at our
health center, including Medi-Cal,
insured and uninsured patients.
Physicals
Sick Visits
Immunizations
Adults/Children Women
Breast Cancer
Screenings
Cervical Cancer
Screenings
Prenatal &
Postnatal Care
Pregnancy Testing
Family Planning
Gynecology
STD
Screening
Treatment
HIV Testing
Diabetes
Asthma
High Blood Pressure
Other Conditions
Care for
Counseling for
Children, Adults
& Families
Mental Health
220 Euclid Avenue Suite 40
San Diego, CA 92114
For More Information:
619-515-2560
Visit Us Online:
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Mon - Fri 8:30am - 5:30pm
Closed 12:30pm - 1:30pm
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We honor the legacy of
Dr. Martin Luther King and
celebrate the diversity of
our community.
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Machinists Union
Local Lodges 389, 726, 755, and 1125

Building the Beloved Community
17
th
Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Community Breakfast

In honor of fifty years of service to the community,
the Machinists Union recognizes:

Bishop Ikenna A. Kokayi & Mrs. Mary Ard


Building the Beloved Community will require a quantitative Change in our Lives!

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UAAMAC Highlighted Events of 2011

UAAMAC has provided case management/ancillary services to over 100 clients during this past year. The case
management services were enhanced in that all of the clients received health literacy consultation provided by our
trained Health Disparity Advocates.
Medical, Dental, Vision Care, Job Placement, and Client Advocacy

*UAAMAC is engaged in the Education and Truancy Prevention*

UAAMAC hosted the 16
th
Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Breakfast, with 470 Community
Members in attendance. This program is used to reestablish commitments to
Building the Beloved Community through UAAMAC Community Unity Initiative.

UAAMAC in conjunction with the San Diego County Health and Human Services, Sharp Medical Group, Legal Aid and
Consumer Advocacy Group, hosted a health forum on the Implementation of the Obama Health Care Bill, with
special emphasis placed on the Implementation Plans from the County of San Diego; the legal requirements that must be
adhered to; and the response of Medical Providers.

UAAMAC in conjunction with Christ Church of San Diego hosted a Community Forum Call for Action, for the
Healing of HIV/AIDS. This forum covered facts regarding the HIV/AIDS Pandemic in the African American
Community and the role of the Church. UAAMAC in conjunction with Saint Stephens Church of God in Christ hosted
a presentation on HIV/AIDS, Stopping the Pandemic in Our Communities to 25 Pastors of the Second Jurisdiction of
the Church of God in Christ.
UAAMAC in conjunction with True Faith Missionary Baptist Church hosted a
Community Health Forum on Living with Diabetes, Type 1 or Type 2.
UAAMAC in conjunction with Blessed Trinity Christian Fellowship hosted a Community
Health Forum on Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of
Children. Be Safe, Not Sorry.
UAAMAC in conjunction with Saint Stephens Church of God in Christ hosted a
Community Health Forum on, Living with Prostate Cancer the second largest killer of
African American males. There were 78 men in attendance.

UAAMAC hosted its bi-annual forums, in conjunction with our church network and the San Diego Food Bank, on
healthy eating and physical activity under the auspices of its Faith In Action Food Distribution Initiative. UAAMAC
provided 200 residents with free nutritious food. In November, UAAMAC in conjunction with our church network, and
78
th
Assembly Member Marty Block gave out 100 Turkeys to needy families.

UAAMAC identified Violence as a Health Disparity in the African American Community 2008. UAAMAC hosted its
4
th
Annual Gift Cards for Gun Exchange, in collaboration with San Diego County District Attorney, Bonnie
Dumanis; San Diego County Sheriff, William Gore; City of San Diego Police Chief, William Lansdowne; City
Council President Anthony Young and Councilmember Marty Emerald; The Junior Seau Foundation, The Bay
Vista Foundation and private donors. UAAMAC collected (312 total weapons) 168 Handguns (2 Zip guns in this
total) 54 Shotguns; 90 Long guns (3 Assault Weapons in this total), tripling the amounts of weapons received in
previous years.

UAAMAC staff monitored and ultimately participated in the California redistricting process. UAAMAC staff provided
testimony and maps outlining congressional, state and local boundaries before the Selected State Commission; the County
Board of Supervisors; and San Diego Commission, who were tasked with creating a Minority Majority District, known as
the 9
th
Council District Seat for the City of San Diego.

UAAMAC also collaborated with African American Redistricting Collaborative (AARC), and the National
Association for the Advancement of Color People (NAACP) San Diego Branch to host a Community Redistricting
Workshop. This workshop offer community members information regarding the Securing of Political Power, and how
they might participate in the process of drawing and submitting Community of Interest Maps to the Selected State
Commission.
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We who engage in nonviolent direct
action are not the creators of tension.
We merely bring to the surface the
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-Dr. Martin Luther King
Yvonne R. Walker
President
M. Cora Okumura
Vice President and
Secretary-Treasurer
Tamekia N. Robinson
Vice President for Organizing/
Representation
Margarita Maldonado
Vice President for Bargaining
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UAAMAC Vision Statement

The United African American Ministerial Action Council (UAAMAC) is
committed to the construction of a Beloved Community of justice,
with equitable access to opportunities in the pursuit of happiness,
education, economic development, family stability, health, peace and
prosperity for all people. To this endeavor we invite the participation
of all people of good will and their resources to work collectively in
making The Beloved Community a reality in the 21
st
Century.

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UAAMAC Vision Statement

The United African American Ministerial Action Council (UAAMAC) is
committed to the construction of a Beloved Community of justice,
with equitable access to opportunities in the pursuit of happiness,
education, economic development, family stability, health, peace and
prosperity for all people. To this endeavor we invite the participation
of all people of good will and their resources to work collectively in
making The Beloved Community a reality in the 21
st
Century.

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The Memorial ensures that the legacy of one of
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To help us build strong foundations for your
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