Saturday, June 27, 2009

Michael Joseph Jackson: The Fro Years

What can you really say? Think about how much you used to question this man. Then think about yourself. Then don't think about yourself....

Can it be I stayed away too long

Did I leave your mind when I was gone

It's not my thing trying to get back

But this time let me tell you where I'm at

You don't have to worry 'cause I'm coming

Back to where I should have always stayed

And now I've heard the maybe to your story

And it's enough love for me to stay


Frolab thought it fitting that they spray some sheen on the “pre-Jheri era” and honor the years that young Michael Jackson rocked that amazing afro.



Frolab presents “The Fro Years” – a desktop wallpaper of young Michael Jackson images highlighting his iconic afro.
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Please Remember Mr. Jackson for His Good Works...

Michael Jackson's Charity and Good Works


January 10, 1984: Michael visits the unit for burn victims at
Brotman-Memorial Hospital in Los Angeles.
April 9, 1984: David Smithee, a 14-year-old boy who suffers from
cystic fibroses is invited to Michael's home. It was David's last wish
to meet Michael. He dies 7 weeks later.
April 14, 1984: Michael equips a 19-bed-unit at Mount Senai New York
Medical Center. This center is part of the T.J. Martell-Foundation for
leukemia and cancer research.
July 5, 1984: During the Jackson's press conference at Tavern On The
Green, Michael announces that his part of the earnings from the
Victory Tour will be donated to three charitable organizations: The
United Negro College Fund, Camp Good Times, and the T.J.
Martell-Foundation.
July 14, 1984: After the first concert of the Victory Tour, Michael
meets 8 terminally ill children backstage.
December 13, 1984: Michael visits the Brotman Memorial Hospital, where
he had been treated when he was burned very badly during the producing
of a Pepsi commercial. He donates all the money he receives from
Pepsi, $1.5 million, to the Michael Jackson Burn Center for Children.
January 28, 1985: Michael and 44 other artists meet to record "We Are
The World", written by Michael and Lionel Ritchie. The proceeds of
this record are donated to the starving people in Africa.
1986: Michael set up the "Michael Jackson UNCF Endowed Scholarship
Fund". This $1.5 million fund is aimed towards students majoring in
performance art and communications, with money given each year to
students attending a UNCF member college or university.
February 28, 1986: After having had a heart-transplant, 14-year-old
Donna Ashlock from California gets a call from Michael Jackson. He had
heard that she is a big fan of his. Michael invites her to his home as
soon as she is feeling better. This visit takes place on March 8th.
Donna stays for dinner and watches a movie together with Michael.
September 13, 1987: Michael supports a campaign against racism. He
supports efforts of the NAACP, to fight prejudices against black
artists.
October 1987: At the end of his Bad Tour, Michael donates some
personal items to the UNESCO for a charitable auction. The proceeds
will be for the education of children in developing countries.
February 1, 1988: The Song "Man In the Mirror" enters the charts. The
proceeds from the sales of this record goes to Camp Ronald McDonald
for Good Times, a camp for children who suffer from cancer.
March 1, 1988: At a press conference held by his sponsor Pepsi,
Michael presents a $600,000 check to the United Negro College Fund.
April 1988: Free tickets are given away for three concerts in Atlanta,
Georgia to the Make A Wish Foundation.
May 22, 1988: Michael visits children who suffer from cancer in the
Bambini-Gesu Children's Hospital in Rome. He signs autographs and
gives away sweets and records to the little patients. He promises a
check of 100,000 pounds to the hospital.
July 16, 1988: Before a concert at Wembley Stadium Michael meets the
Prince of Wales and his wife Diana. He hands over a check of 150,000
pounds for the Prince's Trust, and a check of 100,000 pounds for the
children's hospital at Great Ormond Street.
July 20, 1988: Michael visits terminally ill children at Great Ormond
Street Hospital. At a unit for less critical patients he stays a
little bit longer and tells a story.
August 29, 1988: At his 30th birthday Michael performs a concert in
Leeds, England for the English charity-organization "Give For Life".
The goal of this organization is the immunization of children. Michael
presents a check for 65,000 pounds.
December 1988: Michael visits 12-year-old David Rothenburg. His father
had 5 years earlier burned him very badly in an act of revenge against
his former wife.
January 1989: The proceeds of one of Michael's shows in Los Angeles
are donated to Childhelp USA, the biggest charity-organization against
child-abuse. In appreciation of the contributions of Michael,
Childhelp of Southern California is founding the "Michael Jackson
International Institute for Research On Child Abuse".
January 10, 1989: The Bad Tour comes to an end. Under-privileged
children are donated tickets for each concert and Michael donates
money to hospitals, orphanages and charity-organizations.
February 7, 1989: Michael visits the Cleveland Elementary School in
Stockton, California. Some weeks earlier a 25-year-old man had fired
at the school's playground. 5 children had been killed and 39 had been
wounded.
March 5, 1989: Michael invites 200 deprived children of the St.
Vincent Institute for handicapped children and of the organization Big
Brothers and Big Sisters to the Circus Vargas in Santa Barbara. After
this event he invites them to his ranch to introduce his private zoo
at his Neverland Ranch to them.
November 13, 1989: The organization "Wishes Granted" helps 4-year-old
Darian Pagan, who suffers from leukemia to meet Michael. Michael
invites the little boy to a performance of Canadian acrobats.
December 28, 1989: Young Ryan White, who suffers from hemophilia,
spends his holidays on Michael's ranch. Ryan had been infected with
AIDS by contaminated blood transfusions in 1984. After he was excluded
from his school in Kokomo, Ryan fought against the discrimination of
AIDS victims.
January 6, 1990: Michael invites 82 abused and neglected children
through Childhelp to his Neverland Ranch. There are games, a Barbeque
and a movie show provided for them.
July 1990: 45 children from the Project Dream Street, Los Angeles, for
children with life-threatening illness are invited to Neverland
Valley.
August 18, 1990: Michael invites 130 children of the YMCA summer
program of Los Angeles and Santa Barbara to his Neverland Ranch.
May 6, 1991: Michael is invited to the Jane Goodall Charity event.
Michael supports her, an advocate of behavioral research concerning
chimpanzees in Gombe, Nigeria for more than 30 years.
July 26, 1991: Michael pays a visit to the Youth Sports & Art
Foundation in Los Angeles. This Foundation supports families of gang
members, and helps dealing with drug-abuse. Michael talks to the kids
and presents them with a wide-screen TV set and a financial gift.
December 1991: Michael's office MJJ Productions treats needy families
in Los Angeles with more than 200 turkey dinners.
February 1992: Within 11 days Michael covers 30,000 miles in Africa,
to visit hospitals, orphanages, schools, churches, and institutions
for mentally handicapped children.
February 3, 1992: At a press conference at the New York Radio City
Music Hall, Michael announces that he is planning a new world tour, to
raise funds for his new "Heal The World" Foundation. This Foundation
will support the fight against AIDS, Juvenile Diabetes and will
support the Camp Ronald McDonald and the Make A Wish Foundation.
May 6, 1992: Michael defrays the funeral-expenses for Ramon Sanchez,
who was killed during the Los Angeles riots.
June 23, 1992: At a press conference in London, Michael makes an
announcement about his Heal The World Foundation.
June 26, 1992: Michael presents the Mayor of Munich, Mr. Kronawitter,
with a 40,000 DM-check for the needy people of the city.
June 29, 1992: Michael visits the Sophia Children's Hospital in
Rotterdam and presents a check for 100,000 pounds.
July 1992: Michael donated L. 821,477,296 to La Partita del Cuore (The
Heart Match) in Rome and donated 120,000 DM to children's charities in
Estonia and Latvia.
July 25, 1992: On the occasion of a concert in Dublin, Ireland,
Michael announces that he will give 400,000 pounds of the tour
earnings to various charities.
July 29, 1992: Michael visits the Queen Elizabeth Children's Hospital
in London. To the surprise the children, he brings Mickey Mouse and
Minnie Mouse from Euro-Disney to the hospital.
July 31, 1992: On the Eve of his second concert at Wembley Stadium,
Michael presents Prince Charles with a check of 200,000 pounds for the
Prince's Trust.
August 16, 1992: 6 year old Nicholas Killen, who lost his eyesight
caused by a life aiding cancer surgery, meets Michael backstage in
Leeds, England.
September 1992: Michael donated 1 million pesetas to charity headed by
the Queen of Spain.
September 30, 1992: President Iliescu of Romania inaugurates a
playground for 500 orphans which Michael has financed. Michael
discusses his Heal The World Foundation.
October 1, 1992: Michael chooses a concert in Bucharest, Romania for
worldwide television broadcast. Bucharest is a logical choice due to
the numerous orphanages the country is known for.
November 24, 1992: At Kennedy Airport in New York, Michael supervises
the loading of 43 tons of medication, blankets, and winter clothes
destined for Sarajevo. The Heal The World Foundation collaborates with
AmeriCares to bring resources totaling $2.1 million to Sarajevo. They
will be allocated under the supervision of the United Nations.
December 10, 1992: During a press conference at the American Ambassy
in Tokyo Michael is presented with a check for $100,000 for the Heal
The World Foundation by Tour Sponsor Pepsi.
December 26, 1992: During a broadcast request for donations to the
United Negro College Fund, Michael declares: "Black Colleges and
Universities are breeding some of the leading personalities of our
time. They are on top in business, justice, science and technologies,
politics and religion. I am proud, that the Michael Jackson
Scholarship Program enabled more than 200 young men and women to get a
qualified education."
January 19, 1993: Michael is one of the stars to perform at the
Presidential Inauguration of Bill Clinton. Before he sings "Gone Too
Soon" he draws the attention to the plights of the victims of AIDS and
mentions his friend Ryan White.
January 26, 1993: At a press conference held at Century Plaza Hotel in
Century City, Los Angeles, Michael is presented with a $200,000
donation from the National Football League and the Sponsors of the
Super Bowl. He gets another $500,000 from the BEST Foundation for his
Heal The World Foundation. At this occasion the foundation of "Heal
L.A." is officially announced.
February 1993: In association with Sega, launched an initiative to
distribute more than $108,000 of computer games and equipment to
children's hospitals, children's homes, and children's charities
throughout the U.K.
March 1993: The foundation of an independent film company is
announced. They will produce family-oriented movies. A part of the
earnings will go to the Heal The World Foundation.
March 27, 1993: At a meeting at Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles,
Michael gives a 5-minute speech to 1200 teachers and politicians.
April 26, 1993: Within his "Heal LA" tour, Michael visits the Watta
Health Foundation, and two schools in Los Angeles South Central.
May 5, 1993: Former President Jimmy Carter and Michael, who are
chairmen of the "Heal Our Children/Heal The World" initiative, are in
Atlanta to promote their "Atlanta Project Immunization Drive".
June 1993: Michael has announced that he will donate $1.25 million for
children who have suffered from the riots in Los Angeles.
June 1993: 100 children from the Challengers Boys and Girls Club visit
Neverland.
June 10, 1993: Michael promotes the new DARE-program. The purpose of
the program is to inform children about the dangers of drug abuse.
June 18, 1993: Michael pays a visit to a hospital in Washington. He
spends several hours with the young patients and plays chess with some
of them.
August 1993: With Pepsi-Cola Thailand, donated $40,000 to Crown
Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's charity, the Rural School Children
and Youth Development Fund, in support of school lunch programs in
rural villages in Thailand.
August 1993: In conjunction with Pepsi-Cola International, donated new
ambulances to the Contacts One Independent Living Center for Children
in Moscow, Russia and the Hospital de Ninos Dr. Ricardo Gutierrez in
Buenos Aires, Argentina.
October 1993: Donated $100,000 to the Children's Defense Fund, the
Children's Diabetes Foundation, the Atlanta Project, and the Boys and
Girl Clubs of Newark, New Jersey.
October 22, 1993: Michael visits a hospital in Santiago.
October 28, 1993: Michael makes it possible for 5000 underprivileged
children to visit the Reino Aventura Park, where the whale Keiko
("Free Willy") is living.
November 5, 1993: Michael is guest at a children's party at the Hard
Rock Cafe in Mexico City.
December 1993: With the Gorbachev Foundation, airlifted 60,000 doses
of children's vaccines to Tblisi, Georgia.
December 16, 1993: The Heal The World Foundation UK supports
"Operation Christmas Child" delivering toys, sweets, gifts and food to
children in former Yugoslavia.
1994: Michael donates $500,000 to Elizabeth Taylor's AIDS Foundation.
January 7, 1994: On the weekend of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday,
Michael gives a party for more than 100 underprivileged children at
his Neverland Ranch.
February 22, 1994: "The Jackson Family Honors" is televised. The
earnings of the show are given to their own newly formed charity,
"Family Caring for Families".
August 6, 1994: Michael and his wife Lisa Marie are visiting two
children's hospitals in Budapest. They distribute toys to the ill
children.
1995: Michael wants to free dolphins who have been locked up for
years. He believes there should be legal guidelines about the way
dolphins have to live in zoos and parks.
March 1995: Little Bela Farkas received a new liver. Michael and Lisa
Marie met this 4-year-old boy during their trip to Hungary in 1994.
Michael did everything to help Bela, whose only chance to live was
getting a new liver. The Heal The World Foundation covered the surgery
and the cost for caring.
June 21, 1996: Michael donated a four-times platinum disc of "HIStory"
in aid of the Dunblane appeal at the Royal Oak Hotel, Sevenoaks in
England.
July 18, 1996: In Soweto, South Africa Michael is laying down a wreath
of flowers for youngsters who have been killed during the fights
involving Apartheid.
September 1996: The first Sports Festival "Hope" was held for orphans
and disadvantaged children. 3000 children and 600 volunteers took part
in the Sports Festival and Michael Jackson was a special guest.
September 6, 1996: Michael visits the children's unit of a hospital in Prague.
October 1996: Michael visited a hospital for mentally challenged
children in Kaoshiung, Taiwan and offered 2,000 free tickets to the
sold out performance in Kaoshiung.
October 1, 1996: Michael donated the proceeds of his Tunisia concert
to "The National Solidarity Fund", a charity dedicated to fighting
poverty.
October 3, 1996: Michael visits a children's hospital and brings small
gifts for the patients during a HIStory tour visit in Amsterdam. A
room in the hospital (for parents who want to be with their children)
is named after Michael.
November 1, 1996: Michael donates most of the earnings from a HIStory
concert in Bombay, India to the poor people of the country.
November 7, 1996: Before his first concert in Auckland, New Zealand,
Michael fulfills the wish of little Emely Smith, who is suffering from
cancer, who wants to meet Michael.
November 25, 1996: Michael visited the Royal Children's Hospital in
Melbourne, delivering toys, signing autographs, and visiting with
children.
December 9, 1996: During a HIStory tour visit in Manila, Michael
visits a children's hospital. He announces that a part of his concert
earnings will be donated to the renovation of the hospital.
January 25, 1997: Michael waved his personal fee for his Bombay
appearance and donated $1.1 million to a local charity helping to
educate children living in slums.
April 4, 1997: British magazine "OK!" is publishing exclusive photos
of Michael's son Prince. The magazine pays about 1 million pounds for
the photos. Michael donates the money to charity.
June 18, 1997: Michael signed the "Children in Need" book auctioned by
the charity UNESCO.
September 1998: Michael meets 5 year old Aza Woods, who suffers from
cancer, at the Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas. Michael introduces Aza to
the attraction "Star Trek: The Experience" and spends the rest of the
afternoon with the little boy. Finally Michael invites Aza to spend
some time with him at his Neverland Ranch.
November 16, 1998: Michael arrives in Harare, Zimbabwe. He is a member
of the American Delegation invited by the Minister of Defense. The
delegation thanks the government of Zimbabwe for helping to keep the
peace in this area.
September 4, 1999: Michael presented Nelson Mandela with a check for
1,000,000 South African rand for the "Nelson Mandela Children's Fund."
January 22, 2000: During Christmas last year a violent storm ravaged
the park of the Chateau de Versailles and destroyed 10,000 trees in
the park. The estimated cost for rebuilding the park is around $20
million. Some celebrities are supporting the restoration of the park.
French officials are reporting that Michael Jackson is one of them. He
was one of the first people to donate money to this cause.
October 28, 2000:Michael painted a plate to be auctioned for the
"Carousel of Hope Ball" benefiting childhood diabetes research.
March 6, 2001: Michael donated a black hat, a birthday phone-call and
a jacket worn at the Monaco Music Awards in 2000 to the Movie Action
for Children auction, an event being given by UNICEF with all proceeds
will going to UNICEF's efforts to prevent mother-to-child HIV
transmission in Africa.
March 26, 2001: Michael handed out books to young people at a Newark,
NJ theater. The event, which helped to launch the Michael Jackson
International Book Club, part of his new Heal the Kids charity, aims
to promote childhood reading and encourage parents to return to
reading bedtime stories.
September 15, 2002: Michael donated 16 exclusively autographed items
consisting of CD's, videos and 2 cotton napkins to aid in the support
of the victims of a severe flood in Germany. These items were
auctioned off for charity and managed to raise 3935 Euro (US$ 3,814).
October 12, 2002: Michael Jackson invited more than 200 Team
Vandenberg members, who recently returned from overseas deployments,
and their families to his Neverland Ranch. This was to show his
appreciation for the sacrifices the military in his community make.
November 19-29, 2002: Michael donated an autographed teddy bear
dressed in his likeness to Siegfried & Roy's celebrity teddy bear
auction. This auction benefits Opportunity Village which is a
non-profit organization based in Las Vegas (USA) that enhances the
lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities and their
families. Michael's autographed teddy bear raised $5,000 for the
charity.
November 21, 2002: Michael donated a jacket to the The Bambi Charity
Event in Berlin which raised $16,000.
April 25, 2002: Michael Jackson performed at a fundraiser for the
Democratic National Committee at the Apollo Theater in Harlem helping
to raise nearly $3 million dollars towards voter registration.
June 2003: The Wolf family, who experienced serious damages to their
belongings during the flood in Saxony, Germany last August, was
invited to Berlin by Michael Jackson when he was at the Bambi Awards.
On that occasion Michael invited them to Neverland. In June, they
spent three days at Neverland, meeting Michael and his children.

Charity Awards
May 14, 1984: At a ceremony in the White House President Reagan
presents Michael an award for special efforts; he is honored for his
participation in a national ad campaign against drunk driving.
January 1989: The "Say Yes To A Youngsters Future" program honors
Michael in recognition of his efforts to encourage children to natural
sciences and award him with the "National Urban Coalition
Artist/Humanitarian Of The Year Award".
March 1989: At the Universal Amphitheater in Universal City,
California, Michael receives the Black Radio Special Award for his
humanitarian efforts.
September 22, 1989: The Capital Children's Museum awards Michael with
the Best Of Washington 1989 Humanitarian Award in recognition of his
efforts to raise money for the museum, and for his never-ending
support of children.
February 3, 1990: From Japan Michael receives a Role Model Award.
April 5, 1990: During a ceremony, where Michael is awarded as
"Entertainer Of The Decade", Michael meets President George Bush, who
honors him with the "Point Of Light" award. Michael receives this
award for his philanthropic activities. President Bush explains
Michael's humanitarian commitments to the press.
September 14, 1990: The Council of the American Scouts honors Michael
with the first "Good Scout Humanitarian Award". Michael receives this
award for his humanitarian activities by supporting the Make A Wish
Foundation, the Prince's Trust, the United Negro College Fund and
Childhelp USA.
October 23, 1990: Michael Jackson and Elton John will be the first
recipients of the award in memory of Ryan White, which will be handed
over in 1991.
May 1, 1992: President George Bush presents Michael with the "Point of
Light" award for his continuing support of deprived children. During
his stay, Michael visits little Raynal Pope, who had been injured very
badly by dogs.
June 3, 1992: The organization "One To One", who is caring for better
living conditions of young people, honors Michael with an award for
his commitment to deprived youngsters.
July 1993: The American Friends of Hebrew University honors Michael
with the Scopus Award 1993.
August 1993: The Jack The Rapper Awards are presented and Michael is
honored with the "Our Children, Our Hope Of Tomorrow" award.
November 17, 1993: Michael rejects the Scopus Award. He was nominated
for this award, which was planned to be given him on January 29th,
1994.
April 12, 1994: On occasion of the 2nd Children's Choice Award
ceremony at Cit Center in New York, Michael is presented with the
"Caring For Kids" award. This award is to honor celebrities, who take
time for young people. 100,000 children and young people from 8 to 18
years old gave Michael their vote of confidence. The Children's Choice
Awards are sponsored by Body Sculpt, a charity organization, that
offers drug-prevention programs for young people.
November 2, 1995: Michael receives the award "Diamont of Africa".
March, 30, 1996: The Ark Trust-Foundation, who wants to draw the
attention of the public eye on animal's problems, presents the 10th
Genesis Award. Michael is presented with the 1995 Doris Day Award. He
gets this award for the "Earth Song" video, which draws attention to
the plight of the animals.
May 1, 1999: At the Bollywood awards in New York, Michael is presented
with an award for his humanitarian activities. The award is signed:
"Though he comes from the young American tradition, Michael is the
embodiment of an old indian soul. His actions are an expression of the
philosophy of Weda, which asked to work for the people - not for one's
own interests."
Organizations
The Millennium-Issue of the "Guinness Book Of Records" names Michael
as the Pop Star who supports the most charity organizations. The
following projects are supported by Michael Jackson:
AIDS Project L.A.
American Cancer Society
Angel Food
Big Brothers of Greater Los Angeles
BMI Foundation
Brotherhood Crusade
Brothman Burn Center
Camp Ronald McDonald
Childhelp U.S.A.
Children's Institute International
Cities and Schools Scholarship Fund
Community Youth Sports & Arts Foundation
Congressional Black Caucus
Dakar Foundation
Dreamstreet Kids
Dreams Come True Charity
Elizabeth Taylor Aids Foundation
Heal The World Foundation
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
Love Match
Make A Wish Foundation
Minority Aids Project
Motown Museum
NAACP
National Rainbow Coalition
Rotary Club of Australia
Society of Singers
Starlight Foundation
The Carter Center's Atlanta Project
The Sickle Cell Research Foundation
Transafrica
United Negro College Fund
United Negro College Fund Ladder's of Hope
Volunteers of America
Watts Summer Festival
Wish Granting
YMCA - 28th Street/Crenshaw
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America
This is the oldest mentoring organization serving youth in the USA.
BBBSA has provided one-to-one mentoring relationships between adult
volunteers and children at risk since 1904. BBBSA currently serves
over 100,000 children and youth in more than 500 agencies throughout
all of the United States.
BMI Foundation
From jazz to musical theater, from music education for gifted
youngsters to support for the work of accomplished concert music
composers, the BMI Foundation seeks out the best and most promising of
today's and tomorrow's musical creators and offers a platform of
support that fosters their growth and ensures the continuation of the
heritage of American musical ingenuity for generations to come.
Childhelp USA
Childhelp USA is dedicated to meeting the physical, emotional,
educational, und spiritual needs of abused and neglected children
focusing efforts and resources upon treatment, prevention.
Children's Institute International
This is a private, non-profit organization specializing in the
treatment and prevention of child abuse and neglect.
Over the past 90 years, CII has evolved from a shelter for single
mothers and their babies to an internationally recognized model of
comprehensive care and assistance for at-risk children and their
families.
CII assistance includes child and family assessment supported by
24-hour emergency residential shelter care, family treatment services,
therapeutic day care, child health clinic, long-term foster family
care, and substance abuse treatment and prevention services.
Make A Wish Foundation fulfills the favorite wish of any child between
the age of 2 ½ and 18 who has a diagnosed life-threatening illness.
Camp Ronald McDonald
Camp for children with cancer.

More great stats at http://jacksonaction.com


With 750+ Million Records Sold
Michael Jackson Has Given More Than
$300+ Million to Charities!

3 comments:

Alicia Eldridge said...

Thank you for this. :)

Rosa said...

I don´t know how much time you spent writing this artichle, but thank you for doing it. We should remember him as the good, sweet and generous soul he was. It is amazing that many people only cared about the dirt and lies invented about him. He was an example to all, giving and sharing what he had, his music, love and money. Thanks Michael :-)

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