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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation
An outreach ministry of First AME Church of Los Angeles (FAME) that works to create change in the lives of more than 30,000 foster youth in Los Angeles County.
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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Feb 14
On behalf of everyone at The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation, wishes to you for Happy Valentine's Day. For more information about our work to create change in the lives of more than 30,000 foster youth in Los Angeles County, go to .
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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Feb 10
Help us make the day even brighter with your gifts of gently used handbags and unopened hygiene products. Please share this opportunity with friends and family. The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation will also give brand new clothing.
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LAhistory Feb 8
"When passed away in 1891, she was one of Los Angeles’ great philanthropists and left her heirs a fortune estimated at $3 million." cc: :
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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Feb 5
Thank you to and for this wonderful tribute to Biddy Mason.
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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Feb 5
Thank you to and for the wonderful tribute to Biddy Mason. For more information about The Biddy Mason Foundation in Los Angeles, go to .
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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Feb 3
Valentine's Day is just around the corner. You can support Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation each time you shop on Amazon by going to its charity donation site at and selecting us as your designated charity.
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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Feb 2
Replying to @MohamedMOSalih
Bridget “Biddy” Mason. Brought to California by her slave owner. Won her freedom through the court, became one of richest women in Los Angeles and helped found the First AME Church of Los Angeles.
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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Jan 26
Did you know Biddy Mason was once one of the richest women in Los Angeles? Her legacy continues today with the work of the foundation in her name.
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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Jan 19
Thank you for this and your wonderful lecture at The Huntington. Looking forward to the months ahead when you and Sally bring Biddy’s story to new audiences.
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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Jan 19
An op-ed from today’s . Sarah Barringer Gordon and are co-directing a project on Biddy Mason and the African American origins of Los Angeles, with funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Jan 17
Not sure, but will find out.
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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Jan 17
Before a sold-out audience at , Sally Barringer Gordon (University of Pennsylvania) and Kevin Waite (Durham University) explore the role of the Mormon Church and spread of slavery across the continent in the mid-19th century through the life of Biddy Mason.
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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Jan 16
Almost ready to start! Thank you to for hosting this important event.
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The Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation Jan 15
Looking forward to Thursday evening’s event at . Sally Gordon (University of Pennsylvania) and Kevin Waite (Durham University) explore the role of the Mormon Church and spread of slavery across the continent in the mid-19th century through the life of Biddy Mason.
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