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The IPAMA provides an archival repository that display inventions, discoveries and accomplishments of African Americans from 1619 to present.We provide precollegiate adult educational programs that has affords hundreds of adults to receive high school diplomas and partner with various accredited universities where these working adults are able to advance their career and earn bachelors and master’s degrees.The institute provides training for more than 300 community and faith-based organizations that vanguards a safe environment and advances economic opportunities for our community. Latchkey children are introduced to numerous programs, partnerships and training in culinary arts and basic domestic skills that create heathy home environments.
The Mission of IPAMA is to Accurately Presents a wholistic account of African American Contributions to society while empowering communities through cultural and educational awareness.
Our Five Core Values are to present authenticity, excellence, diversity, community, and collaboration.
For centuries, indigenous Africans embraced the arts, sciences, mathematics and architectural concepts which have garnered notoriety and fostered appreciation for their profound ingenious.
The global duplication of their culture and custom have reveals an unprecedented appreciation of their artistic forms and contributions.
The human transposing of these native Africans did not diminish our ability to preserve their rich traditions, identities and customs. they embraced an unfeigned and rigorous appreciation for their unparalleled and immeasurable traditions when globally dispersed, Including their horrific trans-Atlantic middle passage to the Americas. These brutal and inhumane voyages were motivated by African tribal conflicts.
European economic greed and the amassed benefits of slave trading in the United States. Their will to survive, belief in the possibility of returning to their native land, faith in their God and passion to protect their ancestral heritage afforded these captured Africans the unique ability to utilize intergenerational transfer of knowledge and traditions within their new communities.
"For tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today".
THE EVOLUTION OF I-PAMA
THE CALL TO RESPOND
In addressing Milwaukee’s Black youths disconnect to their community, culture, and faith, Holy Redeemer was compelled to transform our youth through innovative strategies and initiatives for spiritual, economic, educational, familial, and societal reunification. This project utilized a beautiful 18-acre campus to engage Black youth in the pursuit of cultural and religious awareness. Alarming statistics and numerous social burdens created a destructive course of action for Black youth. Through intentionally designed dangerous tactics through systematic oppression, Black youth are confronted with an array of challenges. IPAMA was considered a prototype for success when stakeholders interested in Black youth advancement unite.
Call to Respond
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