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VALUING BLACK LIVES 2016: THE SECOND ANNUAL GLOBAL EMOTIONAL EMANCIPATION SUMMIT℠


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VALUING BLACK LIVES 2016: THE SECOND ANNUAL GLOBAL EMOTIONAL EMANCIPATION SUMMIT℠


Eventbrite - 2016 Valuing Black Lives (#VBLS16): The Second Annual Global Emotional Emancipation Summit(SM)

Black people are under siege in the United States and across the Diaspora. In light of recent events, Valuing Black Lives 2016: The Second Annual Global Emotional Emancipation Summit could not be more urgent.

We need a unified global response to the challenges before us. This year’s Summit will build on last year’s-- bringing together Black grassroots activists from around the world as well as representatives of national and international organizations to develop strategies and work together to overturn the root causes of the devaluing of Black lives: the lies of White superiority and Black inferiority.  

Confirmed panelists include:

 Mireille Fanon-Mendes from France, , current member and former chair of the United Nations Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent and chair of the Frantz Fanon Foundation; Kleaver Cruz, writer, activist and creator of #BlackJoyProject;  Esther Armah, radio host, political commentator, and founder of Emotional Justice, multi-media creative campaigns to transform our legacy of untreated trauma into triumph, born in Britain, now living in Ghana;  Jessica Gordon Nembhard, Professor of Africana Studies, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice; Wekesa Madzimoyo, Co-founder of AYA Educational Institute - which provides adult and youth education that offers solutions for the dynamics of oppression; Allen Kwabena Frimpong, one of the lead organizers of Black Lives Matter in New York City; Ibram X. Kendi, Professor of History, University of Florida, and author of Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America; Zakiya Sankara-Jabar, Racial Justice NOW; and Isis Amlak, originally from Trinidad, a member of the Global Afrikan Congress in the United Kingdom and a UK consultant for the European Network for People of African Descent.


For More information on the 2016 Summit, click here.
 

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BUILDING THE GLOBAL GRASSROOTS MOVEMENT FOR THE EMOTIONAL EMANCIPATION OF BLACK PEOPLE


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BUILDING THE GLOBAL GRASSROOTS MOVEMENT FOR THE EMOTIONAL EMANCIPATION OF BLACK PEOPLE



 
 

Community Healing Network, Inc., (CHN), a 501(c) (3) non-profit corporation, is the only organization focused solely on building the global grassroots movement for emotional emancipation. We're working to help Black people overcome and overturn the lies of White superiority and Black inferiority: the root causes of the devaluing of Black lives. 

 
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What is vision 2020?

Community Healing Network's aim is to engage a critical mass of Black people in the movement for emotional emancipation by 2019 — the 400th anniversary of the forced arrival of Africans at Jamestown colony in the United States, so that by the year 2020, we, as a people, will begin to see ourselves in a whole new light. Learn more about Vision 2020 by clicking the link below.

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Thank You!


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Thank You!


A Heartfelt Thank You to the Inaugural Sponsors of

Valuing Black Lives: The First Annual Global Emotional Emancipation Summit

Al Gentry, III

Andrew Carter

Audrey McAllister

Bea Dozier Taylor and A Walk In Truth Black Print Heritage Gallery

Bill and Jean Graustein

Carl L Miller

Catherine and Fred Myers

Charlie Pillsbury

Cherie Blackfeather

Cynthia Belton

Daryl Rowe

Deborah Teason and Michael Bergman

Diane Young Turner

Dottie Green

Dr. Lloyd Webb

Earline Mackall

Elmer Mackall

Enola Aird

Eric and Cici

Furaha Henry-Jones

G. Ford

George A. Dalley

GL Showell

Gygi Jennings

Howard D Denson

Huberta Jackson-Lowman

Howard K. Hill and The Urban Prosperity Fund

Jacqueline Randolph

Jacyn O. Lewis

Jane Livingston Carter

Jay and Maria

Jeanine Primm Jones

John & Linda Pawelek

K A Bryant

Kendra Phipps

Kirby Randolph

LeHavre Buck

Lisa Lasditer

Loretta Pleasant-Jones/George Jones

Mama Kay

Marcia Mackall

Margaret Powell

Marsha E. Simms

Michael and Cheri Brooks

Natalie Roche, M.D.

Nate Mackall

Norma "Iyabode" Jackson

Pablo & Mateo Cruz Miller

Patrice Butler

People Celebrating People Sheila Warren

Quiet Time Inspirations

Reginaldo Vassell

Shanna

Sharon McBlain

Sheila Warren

Silka Aird

Susan Robinson

Theodore Marsh

Therese Taylor-Stinson

UBUNTU INSTITUTE

Wandra Mitchell

William Mathis