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Attention for all of those looking for part time work , Starting Nov. 24th-Dec 8th we will be hiring staff for our sale . If you are interested please attend the meeting.

This Saturday Nov. 23rd @ 5:00pm Sharp!! There will be a complete Rebuild staff meeting for of those who would like to be scheduled for the Sale.

Keep in mind that there are 2 shifts ,so have an idea of what shift would be best for you.

10am-6pm

6pm-2am

The address:

"Old Marble Bank" 60 Spring St. Corner with Lafayette.

If you cannot attend the meeting call me at the office anytime between 12noon and 6pm , Mon- Fri 212.268.9555

For all last minute emergencies you can call my cell, BUT do not Blow me up! lol :P

917.673.2855

Have a great week, And I hope to see you all there on Saturday

Amy

Here is some info on where and what you would be working for:

For the first time in NY City, the unique REBUILD 2001 SAMPLE SALE was produced.

This year, "REBUILD 2002" is gathering thousands of people during two weeks from November 24th through December 8th 2002, for this incredible event that combines FASHION with MUSIC. The location will be at the "Old Marble Bank" 60 Spring St. Corner with Lafayette.

REBUILD is a unique collective of producers, artists, promoters and

visionaries who are bringing a new paradigm in the music and fashion scene.

Gathering New York's most important musical artists of the next generation

featuring HIP HOP, DRUM AND BASS, HOUSE, TRANCE AND BREAK BEATS.

Bullets

Doug Laible

Ori Morag

Moises Montoya

Bill Moore

Eloy Garcia

Mike Marsek

Grant Riddell

Dennis Sebayan

Victor*9X*

FATJO

B-ill

Federico

YAC

DJ Mor (Underground Army)(booked)

John Dill

Nick Ashley-Cooper

Jason Swamy

Gaby Derswin

DJ Puniani

DJ Sh.I.K.I.D(OMNITRIBE, NY)

David Hollands

Ben Taylor (Magnified Recordings, Greenhouse Efffect)

DJ ACAPULCO

DJ ROB SALMON

DJ M - TRI

DJ BEN TAYLOR

DJ CHRIS THORPE

DJ JTB

DJ CAREY GLYN

DJ GABY, ASTROGLYDE

DAVID HOLLANDS

JOEL T. JORDAN

DJ EBAR

DJ RAMIE BURNS

DJ MICHAEL MERCER

THE MIGHTY SHARI

KYLE CHARLES

ADAM COLLINS / MR. COTTER

DJ. DEEKRON

AUTHENTEK "DRUMS, DECKS, EFFECTS"

DJ. WILL TAYLOR

MING & FS

DJ GARY ACKERLY

ALAN SANCTUARY

DJ FUNK

DJ PIERRE

ONIONZ

SWAMY

ImrI SolidBreaks.com

UVRay

DJ Deandroid

J. Salamone (funkphunomen)

DJ Soto

DJ Carlos

Charmaine

DJ Charm (fish Bowl production)

DJ Seen

Dylan Drazen

D j m a r k r a s k i n

DJ soundscraper

DJ Rankin

GRANDMASTER CAZ OF THE LEGENDARY COLDCRUSH BROTHERS

DJ KennyChen

Roi Werner

Bobbito

D'Vintage (Last Generation)

Fabel (Tools of War/Rock Steady)

GrandWizzard Theodore (inventor of the scratch)

Steve Dee (inventor of "beat juggling")

Cozmo D (Newcleus)

DJ IXL (Kolabz)

DJ Supreme (DJ for Lauren Hill & Crash Crew)

J-Smoke (Allies)

Equiknox

Chris love--treehouse recordings/love sound project

Billy belmont-treehouse recordings/love sound project

Peter evangelista-treehouse recordings/love sound project

Kech--soe/reeespect

Garon--soe/reeespect

Ed vaz--soe/reeespect

Rawmina--soe

Scotty mack--soe/beat controle

SandHogs Featuring Breeze Brewin!

K-west

Shady J

Mark Raskin

The Amazing Jordan (anti-ego SF, NYC)

DJ INFLUX

Sara Walker

DJ TOMe

DJ Moose

Mercy Killah (Undercity / Deep Unda Brooklyn)

DJ Liran- Hommega USA Isreal/ Phantazm UK US

DJ Mudra

DJ lapholot aka Bryant Autrey

YELLOW NOTE (Electrowave/Credits - 5.1 Records – LiquidSky)

Miss Bliss(King Size USA)

The Speakerfreak(King Size USA)

Slipp Matt? (King Size USA)

Sonic BEE(King Size USA)

DJ BIJAL

Thomas Foltron(VIPrecordsUSA.com/SkylabNewYork.com)

Erick LaBanca (Code New York / Satellite)

DJ Scheroq

DJ Zoran Perkov

Oscar Poche' (Media Services, 80 Proof FM)

$mall ¢hange (WFMU/Blackcrack)

Dj Alan Sax (Brooklynunderground.net)

Danielsan

Mike Ortega

DJ KIVA

The Rev (Gotham Grooves/UFI)

Bass Cru International

*DJ Lysa D.* -DJ/On-Air

DJ Ripley

Skunky Rayon

Thomas Kelly

WOOGIE

DJ Nola

WONDER TWINZ

Kimyon(Foundation/ Tru Skul/Pockit Rockit/ Frank151/NYC)

Dj Joe Vor-Tech

Kid Kameleon

Spice Cadet

DJ Narcissist aka “theyoungonesâ€

Rich bourque, foundation, Tru Skul, feel.up )

Jaun C(foundation, Tru Skul, feel.up)

Dub Gabriel(Brooklyn Massive)

Marcin Makulski

Rob C

Magnus Astrom

Jeff Gomez

Marcel Gomez

Jonathan Tyler

Ian Shearson

Matt Kinney

Dennis Houseton

ODI

Datcyde

Winter

Al Boogie

Human & Tuffist (Tag team)

DJ 101/Jenna Giannasio

DJ Krunchy/ Beverly Romaine Greene

Ricardo!!(Energynyc.com/Ultra records)

DJ Dbow & Dom

Ofer Purple OZ

DJ Honda

Simon M.

DJ NudeNick

Aarron Spectre

With a combination of the best recognized urban brands, such as ECKO UNLIMITED,

LITHIUM, ZOO YORK, DOMPIECE, RALPH LAUREN, PNB NATION, between others,

REBUILD will receive lots of media coverage as well as a full marketing

strategy.

Founded on a social vision of unity and charity. REBUILD has exposed the

importance of community and responsibility. By finding active causes local

to each event, we are leading the music and clothing industries into a

community-oriented role. This year, the donation will go for the UNITED

HOMELESS ORGANIZATION. We believe that we can really have an impact helping

people in need.

The second annual REBUILD 2002 is confirmed for November 24th through

December 8th 2002 in the Historic Old Marble Bank at 60 Spring St. corner

with Lafayette, Soho, NY.

For more information and pictures from our last rebuild, please visit:

www.nybrands.com

Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns.

NYBrands

16 W 36Th Street

10018 New York, NY

[email protected]

Yani Ben-Moshe

Sponsored by

MARKETING COMPLEX

16 W 36th st. 8th fl.

10018 New York, NY

212 268 95 55

www.marketingcomplex.com

____________________________________________________________________________

_________________________

UNITED HOMELESS ORGANIZATION

2160 Clinton Av. Suite 5 K

Bronx, New York, 10457

A Brief History of the United Homeless Organization

The United Homeless Organization (UHO) was founded in 1986 by homeless New

Yorkers living in and around Grand Central Station. UHO is the only viable

social service organization run by homeless and previously homeless people

in New York City. UHO has been holding weekly staff meetings each Saturday

for the last 16 years. The meetings were first held at the Philip Morris

Whitney Museum and are now held in public parks.

During the late 1980's homelessness in New York and America had reached

epidemic proportions. Government and private resources that were earmarked

for homeless people were either inadequate or inaccessible to most homeless

people. UHO was created to address this disconnect.

The realities of life on the street, from addiction to the utter lack of

facilities to maintain hygiene, made many homeless people loath to avail

themselves to traditional services. Other homeless men and women refused to

have any contact with the social service safety net. UHO serves this

invisible homeless population by creating a supportive self-help

organization that provides invaluable information and services to the

hard-core homeless.

UHO organizers collect, confirm and disseminate information on food,

housing, health care and employment information through its regularly

updated Directory for the Homeless. In the 80's and early 90's UHO

developed a relationship with the YMCA and successfully placed over 10,000

homeless men and women into emergency housing. This program was urgently

needed as the number of single room occupancy units disappeared during the

Koch administration.

As their program expanded, UHO began its highly successful and controversial

subway outreach program. On the subway, UHO organizers would distribute

sandwiches and information to homeless people and solicit funds from the

public at large. The practice of distributing food and soliciting on the

subway was challenged by the MTA. Represented by the New York Civil

Liberties Union, UHO fought and ultimately lost this battle. UHO no longer

solicits on the train.

Because of the volume of their client base and their outspoken advocacy, UHO

caught the attention of the Dinkins Administration and was invited to his

inauguration. This was historical in that never before had homeless people

been invited to an inauguration of a Mayor of major city. UHO was appointed

to the Mayor's Homeless Advisory Council and worked closely with the Dinkins

Administration through office space provided by the Human Resource

Administration. During an evaluation of the partnership, Dinkins

Administration found that UHO actually handled more cases that their

government equivalent. Unfortunately, this partnership was eliminated by

the in coming Guiliani Administration.

Today, you can find UHO organizers on street corners throughout Manhattan.

UHO Tables are mostly staffed by men and women who are or have been

homeless. Our anecdotal feedback indicates that New Yorkers benefit from

the opportunity to speak to and help a homeless person directly. Homeless

people come to the table to pick up a resources guide or to ask a referral

question.

For over 16 years, UHO has served and spoken for the homeless assisting more

than 500,000 New Yorkers. In a recent Village Voice, UHO president Stephen

Riley asked New Yorkers to remember the approximately 75 homeless people who

died on September 11, 2001. Because of the population they serve, the

political climate in this city and the controversial direct contact methods,

UHO has been misunderstood by some in government and the media. Yet with a

dedicated staff of homeless and formerly homeless people, and a cadre of

committed volunteers, UHO continues to find innovative ways to serve its

constituents. UHO recognizes that if you want to help people off the street

you have to be on the streets. UHO was founded on the streets and there it

will remain until the problem of homelessness is no more.

United Homeless Organization Current and Future Programs

Current Programs

Outreach

UHO was the first organization in New York City to set up outreach tables at

locations throughout New York to help the Homeless help themselves. UHO

tables serve the following functions: first, they are a "community center"

for the homeless, who know where they can obtain information, referrals, and

emergency counseling and support; second, they keep the issue of

homelessness in the public consciousness; third, clients who staff the

tables learn how to work and to deal with the public; fourth, they encourage

the public to make donations of small amounts that defray administrative

costs and provide emergency relief to the homeless person who is staffing

the table. The tables also serve as a collection and distribution center for

food and clothing.

Soup Kitchen

For the last 6 years, UHO has operated a food and information distribution

program at the Childs Memorial Church of God in Christ at 1763 Amsterdam

Avenue in Harlem. The purpose of the food program at Child's Memorial is to

provide homeless people with a meal that served in a respectful,

compassionate, and nonjudgmental environment.

Safe House

Senior UHO staff has access to a comfortable and secure home environment to

shower, cook their own meals, wash clothing and interact with peers. Living

on the streets and in the shelter system is an enormous physical and mental

challenge, as individuals assume the additional responsibility of helping

others, the availability of a safe haven is essential.

Publications

UHO publishes a resource guide and the occasional newsletter. Printing for

UHO is done pro bono by 1199 SEIU. Contrary to the stereotype, it is

extremely difficult to live in New York without housing. The route that a

homeless person must take on any given day to acquire three meals, a bed,

shower and government services requires traversing the city several times.

UHO's updated Directory for the Homeless helps the homeless master the

bureaucracy and take advantage of the benefits they are entitled to.

Future Programs

Harm Reduction

Acknowledging that current drug users may not immediately end their habits,

UHO is incorporating a harm reduction strategy, popular in Europe to help

its members with addiction.

Homeless Kitchen

UHO has obtained a truck outfitted with a food preparation facility. Meals

will be planned, made and served by the homeless for contributions from the

general public.

Recycling

UHO will assist its members in identifying income opportunities through

recycling.

UHO Building

UHO would like to consolidate all of its services and staff into one

residential/office space.

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