Envisioning Ourselves Whole
“A Black Male/Female Relationship Mini-Conference”
4:30pm to 9:30pm
Coordinated by the Alternative Learning Institute, Community Change - National Support Agency, Mountain of Miracles and Imani Star Development.
The proposed agenda:
"Streetwize: Family Values and Urban Community Violence"
This interactive and intergenerational presentation will feature a performance of "I Need U to Survive" by Cleous G. Young of The Mountain of Miracles and Content Multi Media selections by the House of Umoja followed by a brief panel discussion
"Lifecycles: Changing the Lives of Girls, Women, Mothers and their Families"
Invited panelists include members or representatives from the National Council of Negro Women, Women of Color and the Million Women March with Author Yolanda Nelson
"Lifecycles: Changing the Lives of Boys, Men, Fathers and their Families"
Invited panelists include members or representatives from the Million Fathers March, Men of Color at Penn, Mankind, Brothers in the Struggle, Imani Star Development, with Special Guest Bestselling Author Eric Webb and Keith Mungin, Creator of "Baby Mama Drama" series
"Barbershop Talk" - A Real Word Context of Relationships with Outstanding Multi-Media Personality and Host Alexander Evans
"How Black Love Got Lost, Strayed and Stolen"
A staged adaptation and choreopoem by the National Black Arts Spoken Word Tour, the Adelphia Repertory Company and New Arts Productions.
Admission is FREE & Open To the Public
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