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An Event to Heal Historical Trauma; 221 Igbo Landing Commemoration

Small swollen hungry African bellies on tv; Black men, women and children in chains; Naked flesh on the auction block; Strange low hanging fruit on southern trees. These are the images we embody as our identity. Igbo Landing tells the truth of our souls. In May 1803, a ship with kidnapped human beings from West Africa arrived in Georgia. After the human cargo was sold at $100 per head, the enslaved rose up and revolted. They seized control of the slave ship, drowned their captors and...

Leaders & Experts in Education: We Need You!

We are seeking a few additional leaders and experts in education to join as panelists for a special closed meeting roundtable discussion taking place on 4/9 @ 11:00 am - 2:30 pm (ET). Topics will include equitable access to quality education for children of African descent, the viability of a whole-person education for children of African descent, providing school children of African descent tools for healing and resilience, and ensuring that the education of children of African descent...

Opinion: Why we should all care about Black men’s mental health (

Keith Magee - Arron Dunworth © Provided by CNN To read more of Keith Magee's article, please click here. Editor’s Note: Keith Magee is a theologian, political adviser and social justice scholar. He is chair and professor of practice in social justice at Newcastle University (United Kingdom). He is visiting professor in cultural justice at University College London Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, senior fellow within Cultural Engagement, where he leads Black Britain and Beyond ,...

Healing the Generations - Historic, Two-Day Event Virtual Event On Trauma, Race, and The Body

Presented by Clifford Beers Community Care Center, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and KPJR Films, Healing the Generations is a two-day conference which brings together trauma-informed authors, leaders, and changemakers whose work focuses on resilience, trauma, and anti-racism. REGISTER HERE Collectively, we recognize the health implications that grief, loss, political unrest, and racial trauma have on the human body. We are convinced that in our families, communities, and ancestors,...

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