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#ImAfricanBornIn


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What: #ImAfricanBornIn is an invitation to all Black people in this post- Black Panther world to continue the African Diaspora Conversation--to connect with each other to share our stories. This campaign is designed to bring the African Diaspora closer together and closer to Africa.

Why: Because wherever we find ourselves, we, Black people, face similar and difficult challenges. Our common global challenges demand a common global response. #ImAfricanBornIn is designed to help pave the way to that common response!

Who: YOU! Black people everywhere!

How: Share a post, video, Instagram live video, paint a picture, (whatever medium you choose) telling what it's like to be of African ancestry where you are! Doesn't have to be heavy. Feel free to get creative, tell funny stories., etc. It's about communicating with each other.

Where: ONLINE! Use the hashtag #ImAfricanBornIn so we can feature your post on our Social Media!

When: As often as possible during the week of Sunday, May 20 through Saturday, May 26, 2018

Sponsors: Members of the 2017 Global Action Task Force of the Valuing Black Lives Global Emotional Emancipation Summit--convened by Community Healing Network and the Association of Black Psychologists.

 

 

For more information, please visit WWW.IMAFRICANBORNIN.COM

Pass this request on to at least 7 people, encouraging them to share what it's like to be African where they are! 

Follow and Like our Social Media to be a part of the conversation!

SHARE, SHARE!

 

For more information and social media tools visit: www.ImAfricanBornIn.com

Like and follow us on our social media sites to join the African Diaspora Conversation!

 
 

Welcome!


Welcome!


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We here at Community Healing Network are looking forward to an exciting year, and we want to thank you for supporting us in our quest to build a world in which “Black people everywhere have moved beyond surviving to flourishing, and are enjoying life in all its fullness -- in body, mind, and spirit.”

We are off and running with new strategies to scale up CHN’s operations this year. In 2018-2019, we will be taking our Valuing Black Lives Global Emotional Emancipation Summit to local communities. We’ll be presenting neighborhood Emotional Emancipation Retreats, workshops for community-based organizations, and Community Healer Awards in cities across the country--and abroad.  We're working on creating a brand-new website and new tools and resources to intensify the movement for emotional emancipation.

Stay tuned.  Over the next few months, we'll be sharing more details about our movement-building plans. We look forward to your feedback and, of course, your active involvement.

It’s going to be a great year for CHN as we move toward August 2019, the 400th anniversary of the forced arrival of Africans in the colony of Virginia in the United States. That’s the date by which CHN is working to engage a critical mass of Black people in the journey toward emotional emancipation, so that by the year 2020, we as a people will begin to see ourselves in a whole new light.

Sincerely,

Enola G. Aird, Founder and President, Community Healing Network, Inc.

 

Please note: The following are service marks owned exclusively and stewarded by Community Healing Network, Inc., and may not be used without CHN's permission:

Valuing Black Lives: The Annual Global Emotional Emancipation Summit

Emotional Emancipation Retreats

Community Healer Awards




 

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


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!


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