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June 2020

Community Conversation – The Burden They Carry

June 2 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Black men have carried a heavy burden in this society. And his cup has been boiling for more than a minute. We will meet on Zoom for a Community Conversation. It is my hope that our African American, Black, Bi-racial, dark-skin, light skin, good brothas, 'hood' brothas (FYI a lot of times those last 2 are one in the same) militant, passive brothers will join us. This is not a panel discussion. But it is a space for you to…

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Stars In The House – Community Conversation

June 11 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

If you missed Change The Perception's Community Conversation Zoom call last week, we will discuss today's climate for African American men and 'The Burden They Carry'. I am honored to be joined by five extraordinary men - Devon Miller, W. Jerome Stevenson, Thomas Collier, David Stewart and Brandon White - who will help shed light on what it means to be an African Man in today's world. You don't want to miss their stories. Thank you Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley for…

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Where Do We Go From Here

June 22 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Join us as we continue the conversation about the status of our world today.  How you are facing the pandemic, systematic racism in a new, awakened world and what is your role.   Join us here  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88972894332

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July 2020

Virtual Community Conversation

July 27 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

  'What do we believe? Making the important decisions that define us" As we continue during this time of pandemic and mayhem there is still work to do. If you are still struggling with 'doing the work' or 'what can I do?' It all starts with asking ourselves the hard questions. One of our topics will center around Officer David Yancy of the Ft. Worth Police Dept. Officer Yancy, African American, joined protesters in taking a knee. We will talk…

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August 2020

UNSILENCING the Voices of Black Women

August 24 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

  Black women have been labeled many things: Sassy, Angry, Diva, Girlfriend, Urban, Soulful. Many of which they have not given themselves. But there is so much more. Their voices have been unheard for generations. Even when they are heard, they tend to be ignored. Often only being acknowledged when their brown faces are needed. As a follow-up to our conversation with Black men, tonight we will hear the varied experiences of Black Women as they navigate a global pandemic,…

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