Educate. Activate. Mobilize.
Welcome to the Community Empowerment Association's Web Site. Our core belief is that families develop best in a community with a sense of order, positive social interaction and opportunities supported by positive adults. It is CEA's aim and commitment to work with individuals and families to build, foster and empower the African American Community through capitalization of indigenous support, community stakeholders, organized networks, and community education. CEA's culture frameworks are clearly unique to human and social service providers in the Pittsburgh region. Take your time to browse through each page, and get to know CEA.
|President Lyndon Johnson's voting rights speech of March 15, 1965, is considered a landmark of U.S. oratory. It is reprinted or excerpted in nearly every anthology that...|