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  • George Rothacker Scholarship Fund

    Sale of Theatre Prints to Benefit Deserving Camp Media Theatre Students




    A limited edition of 600 prints of the Media Theatre was created from George Rothacker’s painting in 1991.


    25 years later, less than 100 signed and numbered “mint condition” prints remain available.


    All proceeds from sales from this website of any theatre print on George’s site will be donated to the Scholarship Fund.*

    CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE PRINTS


    * Tax, Pay Pal fees and shipping are excluded from donation.
  • We provide assistance to qualified low and
    moderate-income families interested in
    purchasing their first home.
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SPEAK SERIES via OPEN DOOR—OPEN TALK

Discrimination (acrylic on canvas) 36″ x 24″ by George Rothacker Media Fellowship House has initiated an on-going forum to encourage and enable any and all community members to express views on a variety of issues. We have started with an exciting program of six sessions which feature the paintings of Delaware County artist George Rothacker …

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The Case That Shocked the Country!

The unquiet deaths of Vida Robare, and Alexander McClay Williams the youngest person in Pennsylvania to die in the electric chair for a crime he did not commit. By Samuel Michael Lemon, Ed.D On June 8, 1931, a 16 year old African American teenager – Alexander McClay Williams – became the youngest person to date, …

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Media Fellowship House Honored by NAACP

Media Fellowship House was honored with a Foot Soldier for Justice Award from the NAACP. The presentation was made at the closing banquet of the NAACP Pennsylvania State Convention which was hosted by the Media Area Unit. The letter informing Fellowship House of the award said, “We believe that you deserve this recognition because of …

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Session II: “Understanding Social Difference and Inequality”

September 24, 2016  2-4PM “White privilege, Reparations, Institutional Racism, Social Inequality, Colorblindness, Multiculturalism, Stereotype, Black Lives Matter, Blue Lives Matter”… these phrases inspire passion in many of us–sometimes to work with each other and sometimes to speak against each other. Local social scientists Dr. Pauline Guerin and Dr. Sarah Willie-LeBreton spend some time defining the …

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Session I “Dialogue with Local Law Enforcement”

September 10, 2016  2-4PM Representatives of local law enforcement will participate in a facilitated conversation with members of the Media Area/Delaware County community on a range of topics from how and what training police officers receive to challenges police officers and community members face. Session facilitators Dr. Guerin and Dr. Willie-LeBreton will work to provide …

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Power to Act Event: August 18th, 2016

Media Fellowship House invites members of the community to gather for an event which will express a sense of understanding, solidarity and camaraderie among neighbors. The national and international incidents of violence, provoked by hatred of all types, demand that people of good will come together to demonstrate the opposite sentiment. The gathering has the …

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