Kathy Vrzak gives the impression a Mission Statement is a legislated law with code number, and thus she has the right to enforce her law by any means possible. This is harassment! A mission statement is supplied to an organisation that gives grants to groups based upon their mission statement. There can be no protection of any mission statement from an outsider. Indeed, groups are required to answer to members of the board who oversee mission statements.
No one has the right to protect anyone from anything, unless you are law enforcement. Kathy extends her bogus and intimidating protection to non-members she titles “friends”. The long arm of Kathy’s Mission Laws – ARE A FRAUD! They are Jim Crow in nature. They are invented – and only meant for me and my registered newspaper in Lane County. For this reason I restored the blog that offended the Fake Lawmaker, and will now go to the board, and to Lane Arts Council, to lodge a complaint. Ms. Vrzak’s threat, and scare tactic – is involving choir members in a controversy.
“IT IS OUR RIGHT TO PROTECT OUR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS FROM BEING INVOLVED IN THIS KIND OF PUBLIC CONTROVERSY. THIS KIND OF THING GOES AGAINST OUR MISSION AND WE WILL PROTECT OUR MISSION STATEMENT BY WHATEVER MEANS NECESSARY.”
What is truly astounding, is, an actor appeared on stage playing the part of Bayard Rustin, who was a Communist who got orders from Stalin, and fought against racism as practiced by Krysta Albert. Bayard was in the middle of every major controversy the world has known in the last hundred years. Kathy’s grant does not give her the right to pick and choose who gets to speak out in a controversial manner, and who does not. The Lane Arts Council supplied the Choir money to present Rustin’s extremely radical ideas to the citizens of Eugene – while I am being oppressed.
“Eric Richardson, chairman of the Eugene-Springfield chapter of the NAACP, will be the master of ceremonies, with appearances by Habib Iddrisu and Friends of the UO School of Music and Dance, praise dancer Shakela Fortson, Stone Cold Jazz, and God in Charge, a Portland children’s gospel rap group.
Civil rights activist Montrell Goss also is on the program, as is Eugene actor and director Stanley Coleman, who will create a portrayal of civil rights activist Bayard Ruskin.”
What Kathy did make me aware of, is, I was no longer considered a “friend”. Jerry had asked me to come down to Lamb Cottage and video his group on the day of FOE celebration. Did he have contact with Krysta Albert in the last two weeks?
My attorney will gleefully take a poll of choir members, and their friends, to see who objects to Krysta Albert calling a black woman a “nigger”. Our star witness will be Natriana Shorter, who got slimed by Albert, and is the centerpiece of the blog that did not attack the choir’s mission statement – in any manner!
All the people that Vrzak protects in a fraudulent manner, are named in the Register Guard article, alongside Rustin. These folks are in the public domain, as is radical anarchist, Alley Valkyrie, who attacked me and my newspaper by making a false report on a fake ‘Eugene Abuser’ site that was founded by a woman out to get her ex-boyfriend.
I have been concerned about going downtown, or, places nearby, due to these threats that the President of the Choir was aware of. This pledge to defend “friends” by any means possible, reminded me of Kathy’s pledge. I never met Valkyrie who had been arrested with Belle Burch four days before I was approached filming musicians in Ken Kesey Square. A SLEEPS attorney was there. She had encouraged her “friends” to break the law, something Bayard Rustin would encourage – and did encourage! Some laws are meant to be broken is a stance the Choir now takes? Who chooses what laws are no good – the Director of a Gospel Choir – who may be receiving tips from her higher power, who points to this one, and then, to that one?
“I’m going to make this very simple for you. I don’t know if you know who I am, but I sure as hell know who you are, and when you fuck with my friends, you fuck with me. Stop writing about Belle or I am going to make your life very difficult. I mean it. If I see one more word about her on your blog, your FB, or anywhere else, I will make sure that you experience all the fear and discomfort that she is experiencing right now. And no, this isn’t a physical threat, so don’t try to play victim. Frankly, I encourage you to contact EPD, as they already know all about you. I will not do anything illegal, but mark my word you will regret it if you write one more word about her. I will make sure that the entire community knows exactly how much of a sick fuck you are. Your picture, your name, and “samples” of your writing will be posted on every bulletin board in town. There will not be a single person in the Eugene/Springfield area who won’t know that you’re a sick stalker who won’t leave a stalker who won’t leave a young girl alone. Cut it out. Now. This is your first, last, and only warning.”
The use of the word “friends” by both radical women is aimed at making me afraid. Rustin supports Stalin who crushed freedom of the press. The big question is, did Kathy Vrzak want me to be afraid of a group of black people, like most white people, are? Did she want to push me around and force me to do her bidding because I might fear the legal branch of the NAACP – and Eric Richardson? Is Kathy Vrzak employing funded groups snd indviduals – TO BULLY ME!
Trump asked a Russian leader to hack into the e-mails of his political opponent. Many are wondering if he is insane, and a Traitor! Kathy Vrzak and ‘Friends’ avoided the controversy over Soromundi being banned from the Northwood Christian Church because they were Lesbians. Where was Eric Richardson’s legal team? Why not send in Montrell Goss. How about, giving Putin a call? Maybe he is a secret admirer if Bayard Rustin and would be happy to put the screws on me! They say he got religion.
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Our Mission Statement is as follows, and We as a Non Profit Organization stand by our Mission Statement 100%. We strive to bring about unity among various racial and ethnic constituents of our community through the performance of African – American Gospel Music, sharing a message of Faith, Hope, and Charity.We present Gospel Music as a fine arts project. Inspirational Sounds Gospel Chior bringing the good news of Love and Grace to the World. We are a Community Choir of all religious backgrounds and ethnicity that comes together via Music Arts. We appreciate the work you have done for our choir thru photography and videos, but we DO NOT apprciate nor support you using us for your own personal agenda. Therefore, we ask the you cease and desist using our information and photos without our written permission. IT IS OUR RIGHT TO PROTECT OUR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS FROM BEING INVOLVED IN THIS KIND OF PUBLIC CONTROVERSY. THIS KIND OF THING GOES AGAINST OUR MISSION AND WE WILL PROTECT OUR MISSION STATEMENT BY WHATEVER MEANS NECESSARY.
The goal for this concert, which has received support through a grant from the Lane Arts Council, is “to bring a better understanding of gospel’s history, and therefore more unity among all races and backgrounds.”
Eric Richardson, chairman of the Eugene-Springfield chapter of the NAACP, will be the master of ceremonies, with appearances by Habib Iddrisu and Friends of the UO School of Music and Dance, praise dancer Shakela Fortson, Stone Cold Jazz, and God in Charge, a Portland children’s gospel rap group.
Civil rights activist Montrell Goss also is on the program, as is Eugene actor and director Stanley Coleman, who will create a portrayal of civil rights activist Bayard Ruskin.
A mission statement is a statement which is used as a way of communicating the purpose of the organization. Although most of the time it will remain the same for a long period of time, it is not uncommon for organizations to update their mission statement and generally happens when an organization evolves. Mission statements are normally short and simple statements which outline what the organization’s purpose is and are related to the specific sector an organization operates in.
Properly crafted mission statements serve as filters to separate what is important from what is not, clearly state which markets will be served and how, and communicate a sense of intended direction to the entire organization. A mission is different from a vision in that the former is the cause and the latter is the effect; a mission is something to be accomplished whereas a vision is something to be pursued for that accomplishment. Also called company mission, corporate mission, or corporate purpose.
The mission statement should guide the actions of the organization, spell out its overall goal, provide a path, and guide decision-making. It provides “the framework or context within which the company’s strategies are formulated.” It is like a goal for what the company wants to do for the world.
- Key market: Who is your target client or customer (generalize if needed)?
- Contribution: What product or service do you provide to that client?
- Distinction: What makes your product or service unique, so that the client would choose you?
A personal mission statement is developed in much the same way that an organizational mission statement is created. A personal mission statement is a brief description of what an individual wants to focus on, wants to accomplish and wants to become. It is a way to focus energy, actions, behaviors and decisions towards the things that are most important to the individual.
The sole purpose of a mission statement is to serve as your company’s goal/agenda, it outlines clearly what the goal of the company is. Some generic examples of mission statements would be, “To provide the best service possible within the banking sector for our customers.” or “To provide the best experience for all of our customers.” The reason why businesses make use of mission statements is to make it clear what they look to achieve as an organisation, not only to themselves and their employees but to the customers and other people who are a part of the business, such as shareholders. As a company evolves, so will their mission statement, this is to make sure that the company remains on track and to ensure that the mission statement does not lose its touch and become boring or stale.
An article which can be found here explains the purpose of a mission statement as the following:
“The mission statement reflects every facet of your business: the range and nature of the products you offer, pricing, quality, service, marketplace position, growth potential, use of technology, and your relationships with your customers, employees, suppliers, competitors and the community.”
It is important that a mission statement is not confused with a vision statement. As discussed earlier, the main purpose of a mission statement is to get across the ambitions of an organisation in a short and simple fashion, it is not necessary to go into detail for the mission statement which is evident in examples given. The reason why it is important that a mission statement and vision statement are not confused is because they both serve different purposes. Vision statements tend to be more related to strategic planning and lean more towards discussing where a company aims to be in the future.
Bayard Rustin (/ˈbaɪərd/; March 17, 1912 – August 24, 1987) was an American leader in social movements for civil rights, socialism, nonviolence, and gay rights. He was born and raised in Pennsylvania, where his family was involved in civil rights work. In 1936, he moved to Harlem, New York City, where he earned a living as a nightclub and stage singer. He continued activism for civil rights.
In the pacifist groups Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) and the War Resisters League (WRL), Rustin practicednonviolence. A member of the Communist Party before 1941, he collaborated with A. Philip Randolph on the March on Washington Movement in 1941 to press for an end to discrimination in employment. He was a leading activist of the earlyCivil Rights Movement, helping to initiate a 1947 Freedom Ride to challenge, with civil disobedience, the racial segregation issue related to interstate busing. He recognized Martin Luther King, Jr.‘s leadership, and helped to organize the Southern Christian Leadership Conference to strengthen King’s leadership. Rustin promoted the philosophy of nonviolence and the practices of nonviolent resistance, which he had observed while working with Mahatma Gandhi‘s movement in India, and helped teach Martin Luther King, Jr. about nonviolence.
Rustin became a leading strategist of the Civil Rights Movement from 1955 to 1968. He was the chief organizer of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, which was headed by A. Philip Randolph, the leading African-American labor-union president and socialist. Rustin also influenced young activists, such as Tom Kahn and Stokely Carmichael, in organizations such as the Congress on Racial Equality (CORE) and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).
After the passage of the civil rights legislation of 1964–65, Rustin focused attention on the economic problems of working-class and unemployed African Americans, suggesting that the civil-rights movement had left its period of “protest” and had entered an era of “politics”, in which the black community had to ally with the labor movement. Rustin became the head of the AFL–CIO‘s A. Philip Randolph Institute, which promoted the integration of formerly all-white unions and promoted the unionization of African Americans. The Institute under Rustin’s leadership also advanced and campaigned for (from 1966 to 1968) A Freedom Budget for All Americans, linking the concepts of racial justice with economic justice. Supported by over 200 prominent civil-rights activists, trade unionists, religious leaders, academics and others, it outlined a plan to eliminate poverty and unemployment in the United States within a ten-year period. Rustin became an honorary chairperson of the Socialist Party of America in 1972, before it changed its name to Social Democrats, USA (SDUSA); Rustin acted as national chairman of SDUSA during the 1970s. During the 1970s and 1980s, Rustin served on many humanitarian missions, such as aiding refugees from Communist Vietnam and Cambodia. At the time of his death in 1987, he was on a humanitarian mission in Haiti.
Following directions from the Soviet Union, the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) and its members were active in the civil rights movement for African Americans.Following Stalin’s “theory of nationalism”, the CPUSA once favored the creation of a separate nation for African-Americans to be located in the American Southeast, the center of the greatest concentration of black population. In 1941, after Germany invaded the Soviet Union, Joseph Stalin ordered the CPUSA to abandon civil rights work and focus on supporting U.S. entry into World War II.
Disillusioned, Rustin began working with members of the Socialist Party of Norman Thomas, particularly A. Philip Randolph, the head of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters; another socialist mentor was the pacifist A. J. Muste, leader of the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR). FOR hired Rustin as a race relation secretary in the late summer of 1941.