The
BLACK LOVE
TALKS

series

Starts February 17th, 2019
Buy your tickets here online starting on Monday, January 7th 2019
All events 12 noon to 4pm. $10 in advance $15 at the door

Advance Tickets to Black Love Talks now available at
Eventbrite Black Love Talks #1
For questions, or additional info go to
info@free-hu.org.

The
BLACK LOVE
TALKS

series

Starts February 17th, 2019
Buy your tickets here online starting on Monday, January 7th 2019

Advance Tickets to Black Love Talks now available at
Eventbrite Black Love Talks #1
For questions, or additional info go to
info@free-hu.org.

The
BLACK LOVE
TALKS

series

Starts February 17th, 2019
Buy your tickets here online starting on Monday, January 7th 2019

Advance Tickets to Black Love Talks now available at
Eventbrite Black Love Talks #1
For questions, or additional info go to
info@free-hu.org.

Feb 17

De-Programming :
Breaking the slave mindset

The panel will include Josh Barker, Staff Writer/Web Designer for the Amsterdam News and the owners of The Source of Knowledge Bookstore Newark, NJ and Sisters Uptown Bookstore Harlem, NY

March 3

Optimum Health /
Creating a Black Fitness Culture

The panel will include Natalie Thandiwe, author of “The Yummi Cookbook”, Sheryl Huggins Salomon; Communications Director at NYU’s McSilver Institute and Health Writer. We will also have a mobile health clinic from the Community Healthcare Network on site providing free blood pressure, diabetes and health screenings

March 17

Black Family as Survival Unit

March 31

Enlightened Self Interest / Resources & Power

April 7

Building Black Community:
The Modern Day African Village

April 14

Pan Africanism:
The Global African Village Network

Feb 17

De-Programming :
Breaking the slave mindset

The panel will include Josh Barker Staff Writer/Web Designer for the Amsterdam News and the owners of The Source of Knowledge Bookstore Newark, NJ and Sisters Uptown Bookstore Harlem, NY

March 3

Optimum Health /
Creating a Black Fitness Culture

The panel will include Natalie Thandiwe author of “The Yummi Cookbook”, Sheryl Huggins Salomon; Communications Director at NYU’s McSilver Institute and Health Writer. We will also have a mobile health clinic from the Community Healthcare Network on site providing free blood pressure, diabetes and health screenings

March 17

Black Family as Survival Unit

March 31

Enlightened Self Interest / Resources & Power

April 7

Building Black Community:
The Modern Day African Village

April 14

Pan Africanism:
The Global African Village Network

Feb 17

De-Programming :
Breaking the slave mindset

The panel will include Josh Barker, Staff Writer/Web Designer for the Amsterdam News and the owners of The Source of Knowledge Bookstore Newark, NJ and Sisters Uptown Bookstore Harlem, NY

March 3

Optimum Health /
Creating a Black Fitness Culture

The panel will include Natalie Thandiwe, author of “The Yummi Cookbook”, Sheryl Huggins Salomon; Communications Director at NYU’s McSilver Institute and Health Writer. We will also have a mobile health clinic from the Community Healthcare Network on site providing free blood pressure, diabetes and health screenings

March 17

Black Family as Survival Unit

March 31

Enlightened Self Interest / Resources & Power

April 7

Building Black Community:
The Modern Day African Village

April 14

Pan Africanism:
The Global African Village Network

The Shrine
2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd

The Shrine
2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd

The Shrine
2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd