Community Empowerment Association Food Drive

Pittsburghers—Lending A Helping Hand

A STRONG CONTINGENT OF PEOPLE volunteered their time and effort for the Community Empowerment Association’s Food Drive, held Saturday, April 11, in Homewood. Spotted were members of the Steel City Beauties organization, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., as well as CEA staff members. (Photos by Courier photographer J.L. Martello)




RASHAD BYRDSONG, CEO of the Community Empowerment Association.


ERIC DYKES, of East Hills, a member of MAD DADS, an organization of men that help foster a safer environment for some of Pittsburgh’s African American communities.






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