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- Health Screenings for Older Black Men
- Healthy Man of the Month for July 2016
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- Bisexual Health Priorities
- Entertainment CEO DonJuan Clark
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‘Healing the Village’
The 2013 Community Empowerment through Black Men Healing Conference kicks off on June 21st and June 22nd at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, MN.
The 2013 conference is “Healing the Village”
The mission of the conferences are to offer alternative ways of thinking about community building by addressing intergenerational pain and trauma that act as barriers to healing, collaboration, sustainable change and community empowerment. The focus of this year’s conference is Compassionate Accountability. The conference is open to all community members, social workers, educators, law enforcement, students, community organizers, and social service professionals from multiple cultural backgrounds.
For additional details on the conference, write the organizers at:
P.O. Box 6120
Minneapolis, MN 55406
Phone: (612) 721-0106
Or send an e-mail to: email@example.com
Since 2009, the mission of these conferences have offered an alternative way of thinking about community building by addressing intergenerational pain and trauma that act as barriers to healing and community empowerment to create an environment for wellness, “compassionate accountability”
In this era of limited resources and increasing disparities including in the areas of education, incarceration, unemployment and homelessness, these conferences provides an opportunity to bring together the mental health and health communities, as well as other resources for meaningful community engagement to identify and address those gaps. Also, it provides a chance for the African American community an opportunity to learn about and discuss an alternative way of thinking about community building “from inside out” not just “the outside in”.