Superhero Academy 2014

Posted by civitron On November - 19 - 2013ADD COMMENTS

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We need Volunteers for Hurricane Sandy

Posted by life On November - 2 - 2012ADD COMMENTS

Coastal areas are very badly hit! We are arranging trips down there to help people whose homes were destroyed! Please fill out this form if you can volunteer!!!

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dFBSREtDTzNfczZTSG9QQlV0VUpDVnc6MQ#gid=0

@SandyHelpers

sandyvolunteers@gmail.com

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dFBSREtDTzNfczZTSG9QQlV0VUpDVnc6MQ#gid=0

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Dont miss the Superheroes Anonymous Workshop for Kids happening this Sunday on July 29th!

Sunday, July 29, 2012
1:00pm until 3:00pm

Superheroes Anonymous Workshops teach you to become your own superhero! We are now taking our message of creative altruism and tailoring it for the most wondrous of minds – kid’s!

Come join us to learn about self-betterment, safety and making the right decisions. All ages are welcome!

The Chesed Center
271 Kingston Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11213

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Doggy Justice!

Posted by annamiriam On March - 20 - 2012ADD COMMENTS

Lilly and Ivy prepare to fight for justice!

Dog lovers are superheroes too! Original member, Alex Levin, brought his pups to Superheroes Anonymous Year 5 where they received the caped treatment and posed for photographs!

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SA Trailer

Posted by life On February - 7 - 20121 COMMENT

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Hello Superheroes,

An update on SA:Y5 – we now have a location! Superheroes Anonymous Year 5 will be held on Sunday, October the 30th at the Allen St Studios – located at 88 Eldridge Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY, New York, NY.

For more info check out below:

Real Life Superheroes will convene from around the world, promoting public acts of charity and community outreach through workshops, self-defence classes, patrols, photoshoot with Peter Tangen and Pow-up shop.

Schedule:

12 to 5

- Superhero Workshop with Spacecraft Brooklyn.

Become a Superhero! We be providing materials and sewing machines to help make your superhero costume.

- Peter Tangen Photoshoot

Upon completing your superhero costume, superheroes wil have the chance to do a photoshoot with the talend Peter Tangen. Superheroes will receive a Superheroes Anonymous id card with the picture on it!

- Life will be talking about Superheroes Anonymous and Homeless Outreach

- Self-Defense Class with Dark Guardian

- Pow-up

Shop Designers & small shops will be selling superhero items, accessories and artwork

- Superhero Lounge

This will be a space for superheroes to hang out and socialize.

5 to 6

- Homeless Outreach

8 till Late

- Superheroes Anonymous Party
The loft will be converted for a party, costume is required for entry!

***

Five years ago, Superheroes Anonymous launched the first large scale meeting of Real Life Superheroes. Since then we’ve been able to help over 5,000 homeless people, do missions all over the world including hospital visitations, public safety patrols, workshops and we have been featured in over 200 publications (such as NYT, CNN, FOX, BBC, 60 Minutes) from over 45 countries with a message of inspiration and empowerment.

Following the launch of our first event, we visited New Orleans and rebuilt with Habitat for Humanity where Mayor Nagin declared it “The Day of the Superheroes,” in New Bedford, MA we had a benefit concert for a homeless shelter and lifesaving and self-defense courses and last year in Portland we Raced for the Cure against breast cancer and gave blood with the Oregon Red Cross.

This year, we’re giving back to the city where it all started: New York. We are holding a giant event during the weekend of October 30th that will incorporate the best of of the charitable, fun and community-outreach programs that we have been involved with in the years past.

www.superheroesanonymous.com

www.facebook.com/superherolife

www.twitter.com/superherolife

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Superheroes Anonymous YEAR 5!!!

Posted by annamiriam On October - 3 - 2011ADD COMMENTS

www.twitter.com/superherolife

Five years ago, Superheroes Anonymous launched the first large scale meeting of Real Life Superheroes. Since then we’ve been able to help over 5,000 homeless people, do missions all over the world including hospital visitations, public safety patrols, workshops and we have been featured in over 200 publications (such as NYT, CNN, FOX, BBC, 60 Minutes) from over 45 countries with a message of inspiration and empowerment.

Following the launch of our first event, we visited New Orleans and rebuilt with Habitat for Humanity where Mayor Nagin declared it “The Day of the Superheroes,” in New Bedford, MA we had a benefit concert for a homeless shelter and lifesaving and self-defense courses and last year in Portland we Raced for the Cure against breast cancer and gave blood with the Oregon Red Cross.

This year, we’re giving back to the city where it all started: New York. We are holding a giant event during the weekend of October 28-30th that will incorporate the best of of the charitable, fun and community-outreach programs that we have been involved with in the years past.

About Year Five
Superheroes Anonymous Year Five is an event taking place in New York City from Friday Oct 28th culminating on Sunday, October 30th, 2011. Real Life Superheroes will convene from around the world, promoting public acts of charity and community outreach through workshops, classes, patrols, a benefit concert and a press conference. Superheroes Anonymous Year Five will globally empower people all over and support our goal of saving the world.

www.superheroesanonymous.com

www.facebook.com/superherolife

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Superheroes Anonymous YEAR 5!!!

Posted by annamiriam On October - 3 - 2011ADD COMMENTS

www.twitter.com/superherolife

Five years ago, Superheroes Anonymous launched the first large scale meeting of Real Life Superheroes. Since then we’ve been able to help over 5,000 homeless people, do missions all over the world including hospital visitations, public safety patrols, workshops and we have been featured in over 200 publications (such as NYT, CNN, FOX, BBC, 60 Minutes) from over 45 countries with a message of inspiration and empowerment.

Following the launch of our first event, we visited New Orleans and rebuilt with Habitat for Humanity where Mayor Nagin declared it “The Day of the Superheroes,” in New Bedford, MA we had a benefit concert for a homeless shelter and lifesaving and self-defense courses and last year in Portland we Raced for the Cure against breast cancer and gave blood with the Oregon Red Cross.

This year, we’re giving back to the city where it all started: New York. We are holding a giant event during the weekend of October 28-30th that will incorporate the best of of the charitable, fun and community-outreach programs that we have been involved with in the years past.

About Year Five
Superheroes Anonymous Year Five is an event taking place in New York City from Friday Oct 28th culminating on Sunday, October 30th, 2011. Real Life Superheroes will convene from around the world, promoting public acts of charity and community outreach through workshops, classes, patrols, a benefit concert and a press conference. Superheroes Anonymous Year Five will globally empower people all over and support our goal of saving the world.

www.superheroesanonymous.com

www.facebook.com/superherolife

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What Makes “Superhero​es” Real?

Posted by life On September - 12 - 20111 COMMENT

By Captain Black:

In real life superhero ( RLSH ) terms I’ve literally fought folks Phoenix Jones style; did crime prevention speeches like the retired Citizen Prime and made coalitions the way Silver Sentinel does.

Toss in regular food giveaways in the tradition of Life and my Good Citizens Supporting Good Cops effort and you pretty much have my RLSH menu.

The topic of what makes RLSH “real” rears its pointy head periodically, usually in the wake of national publicity.

I address this topic periodically so here’s the latest opinion:

There’s no pecking order among RLSH and extreme altruists ( X ALTS ). Those imposing them are limiting a limitless concept. Free people can express their vision of creative activism without bias.

It’s not a zero sum choice between crime fighting verses unconventional philanthropy.

The only choice is what kind of creative activism you select.

My choices to date include:

* Regularly buying food for the homeless at a Canal St. fast food restaurant off its dollar menu- remember, I’m saving my part of the world on a sneaker-string budget ( lol ).

* Giving cold bottles of water to New Orleans Downtown Development District ( DDD ) street custodians and public safety rangers; police and hotel valets on scorching days.

* ( Along with two other concerned citizens ) pulling an abusive boyfriend off the woman and child in a stroller he’d struck until officers arrived.

* I’ve also stopped wto separate suicide attempts this year.

Which actions are more “real” than others?

None.

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New York Time Picks Superheroes Anonymous Workshop

Posted by annamiriam On August - 24 - 2011ADD COMMENTS

The New York Times has once again thrown their support behind Superheroes Anonymous! Their excellent Weekend Miser column has written up the workshop as follows:

Have you dreamed of helping those in need and standing up for what’s right? Have you dreamed of doing those things in shiny Lycra? Superheroes Anonymous can show you how on Thursday at its Superhero Workshop. Spacecraft Brooklyn, a craft store, will provide the supplies needed to design and develop do-gooder identities and uniforms. Just bring a costume base to build on. ($20; free beer for those 21 and older; 355 Bedford Avenue, near South Fourth Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn; 718-599-2718, spacecraftbrooklyn.com, superheroesanonymous.com.)

The best newspaper in the world continues to support Superheroes Anonymous and we hope you will too! Come on down!

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