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Black Roofing Inc
6115 Ben Place Suite A
Boulder , Colorado 80301
United States

Company Description: Black Roofing is primarily a commercial roofing company that has operated out of Boulder, Colorado since 1975. We specialize in complex projects, requiring all...   more

Employment History

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  • Master's degree
    University of Chicago
  • Burke Elementary School
  • Bachelor of Arts degree
    Roosevelt University
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Our Team - Black and White Services, 14 July 2014 [cached]
Black and White Services, LLC was founded in March of 2006 with one wrestling tournament at Ashland High School. Since that time we have become the leader in sports/event photography in the Ashland-area. If it happens, there's a good chance we have it covered. From sports to weddings, there is very little we do not photograph.
Tim Black
Portrait of Tim Black Black and White Services consists of five part-time photographers. Owner/founder, Tim Black, has been around a camera his whole life. Family vacations were scheduled and planned around where his father could capture the best landscape photographs. From Maine to Colorado, time was spent every summer at his father's side learning his way around a camera. However, in his senior year of college at Ashland University, he took his photography to a new level. Today he covers over 200 sporting events each year as well as weddings, senior and family portraits.
Tim's full-time job is teaching full-time for Mapleton High School where he teaches World History to Freshmen and Financial Literacy to 8th Graders.
Tim also works with Ashland Travel Club, which specializes in student/adult trips to New York City and Washington D.C. for the Ashland-area. Besides that, he can be found coaching Ashland HS Cross Country and Ashland MS Track & Field.
As the co-Area Director for Young Life of Ashland County, Lauren attends just about as many sporting/school events as Tim.
Black Roofing :: People, 31 May 2014 [cached]
Tim Black, President, founded Black Roofing in June of 1975. Tim's 40+ years of experience in the roofing industry, is reflected in his day-to-day involvement in the company, managing marketing, interacting with the project managers, and problem solving. He has served on the Board of Directors of the National Roofing Contractors Association and is a past-president of the Colorado Roofing Association. A hometown Boulder boy, Tim is active in the local community as well., 15 Oct 2012 [cached]
Tim Black - Owner & Photographer Email: Phone: (419) 651-0391
Bronzeville Area Residents' and Commerce Council, 21 Nov 2014 [cached]
Tim Black is a Professor Emeritus of Social Science at the City Colleges of Chicago. Black has spent a lifetime furthering the cause of social justice and is active in civic and community organizations. He has taught Black history and sociology at several schools including Columbia College and Roosevelt University.
TBLACK, 23 Aug 2000 [cached]
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Timuel Black
Timuel Black was a lead organizer of the Chicago contingent that attended the historic 1963 March on Washington D.C. which helped catapult Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to the level of the most prominent Black leader in America. if not the world.
Professor Emeritus, Malcolm X College, Chicago, IL
The Egan Urban Center was proud to announce Timuel Black as its first community fellow in March of 1995.
Timuel D. Black, a revered and highly respected educator, political activist, community leader and philosopher, will be honored as a Black Man from Bronzeville' by partners in Community Development on Sunday, April 24, from 4-7 p.m., at the DuSable Museum, at 57th & Cottage Grove.Among celebrity participants who will pay tribute to Black are Vernon Jarrett and Studs Terkel, two award-winning journalists who are long-time friends and colleagues of the honoree.
A special feature of the tribute will be a premiere showing of Teacher!, a video presentation of Timuel Black and his community Bronzeville.
Black, born in Birmingham, Alabama, has lived in Chicago since he was six months of age.He is a graduate of Burke Elementary School and DuSable High School.He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Roosevelt University and a Master's degree from the University of Chicago where he has also done additional graduate study.He currently is on the faculty at Roosevelt University.Black is a proud and distinguished member of the Hall of Fame of both DuSable and Wendell Phillips high schools.
A long-time resident of Hyde Park-Kenwood, Black began his professional career as a case worker for various community agencies in Chicago and Gary.He has taught at Farragut, DuSable and Hyde Park high schools and has held a number of positions at the City Colleges of Chicago ; co-developer and consultant to the Office of Special Projects of the University of Chicago Partnership Program, director of Community Affairs, vice president of academic affairs at Olive-Harvey College, dean of Transfer Programs at Wright College and professor of Social Science at Harold Washington College.He was also assistant director of the Chicago Teachers Corps Consortium.
As a pioneer in the independent Black political movement, he has dedicated his life to furthering the cause of social justice on many fronts, including the political arena.He coined the phrase plantation politics. Black has been a political candidate on three occasions ; alderman of the Fourth Ward (63), state senator of the 22nd District (78) and state representative of the 22nd District (80).
Other efforts have included board member of the VOTE Community (82), and co-chair of the People's Movement for Voter Registration Project of the Illinois Democratic Party.
Other board members are Tony Martin, vice-president ; Sheila Altieri, secretary ; Jacky Grimshaw, treasurer ; Timuel Black, Doug Gills, Alan Goldberg, Susan Johnson, James Payne, Angela Rose, David Flax-Hatch, project director of the FaithCorp Fund, and Lin Von Dreele.
Of particular significance to Timuel are Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Chicago visit during Leslie Pennington's tenure, and the Kenwood-Oakland community organizing, which probably led to the first use of the phrase"plantation politics..
Although he was born in Birmingham, Alabama, Chicago has been Timuel's home since he was a few months old.
Currently, Timuel is writing a book using the working title, Bridges of Memory : Three Generations of African Americans in Chicago.
Timuel D. Black, a much revered and highly respected educator, political activist, community leader and philosopher, received high praise as A Black Man from Bronzeville when Partners in Community Development hosted a special tribute in his honor.The fundraiser was held in the DuSable Museum's new Harold Washington Wing before an appreciative audience of more than 400 guests.
Timuel Black, 1999 recipient
Timuel D. Black, Jr., AM'54, has been an activist, educator, and inspiring leader in the cause of social justice for more than four decades.A pioneer in the fight against racial segregation in the city of Chicago and its public school system, Mr. Black organized the successful 1960 wade-in at Rainbow Beach.He was also the Illinois chairman of the historic 1963 March on Washington.And as co-chair of the People's Movement for Voter Registration and Education, he was instrumental in registering more than 250, 000 voters in Chicago in 1982-83.
Before his retirement, Mr. Black was director and chairman of Community Affairs for the City Colleges of Chicago and served in a variety of academic and administrative roles in the City Colleges and at Roosevelt University.In recognition of his service, Mr. Black has received numerous awards, among them the 1990 Civil Liberties Award from the Illinois Affiliate A.C.L.U., the 1989 Man for All Seasons Award from the Black Faculty in Higher Education, and the Chicago Urban League's 1986 Beautiful People Award".
Mr. Black remains active in community affairs.He is on the Board of Directors for the African American AIDS Network and is an advisor to the Newberry Library's Chicago Metro-History Project and to the Chicago Historical Society.Currently documenting the rich oral tradition of the South and West Sides of Chicago, he is the editor of Bridges of Memory : Giving Voice to Black Chicago History across Three Generations, an oral history drawn from the recollections of 150 African American citizens of Chicago.Mr. Black has dedicated himself to improving the lives of those around him.
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