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Commemorating Caribbean American Heritage Month and National Loving Day

June 27 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

PBC NOW Presents: A Loving Day Event
Commemorating Caribbean American Heritage Month and National Loving Day.
Virtual Screening of The Sweetest Girl (23 min) followed by a Panel/Q&A highlighting the societal themes of Mental Health, Authentic Representation in TV/Film, Communication, Gun Violence, Human Trafficking, Gender Dynamic, and Family Dynamics.

To request Zoom link, please email NOWPBC@gmail.com.

Moderator:

Arlene Ustin describes herself as a fierce, but humble, persistent, but understanding activist who fights for racial equity and women’s rights in all their intersections with FL NOW, LWVPBC, and People of Purpose.

Panelists:

Yanatha Desouvre, a modern-day renaissance man serves as the lead full-time faculty of entrepreneurship at Miami Dade College, is a best-selling author, and an award-winning filmmaker.

Dr. Rachelle Sosu is a Haitian-American clinical psychologist who works with the Youth Services Department providing therapy services to youth and their families as well as supervising doctoral trainees.

Florence French Fagan, FL  Regional Organizer of Bread For The World, is always searching for ways to connect people to one another to build community and hope especially where challenges exist.

Wynsome McLean is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Florida and Owner of Soul Care Institute, LLC., which provides creative and compassionate counseling services to individuals, couples, and families.

Rev. Renai Collins is the Vice President of the Martin Luther King Coordinating Committee in West Palm Beach, Co-chairs the Freedom Shabbat at Temple Israel, and the Interfaith Vigil Against Gun Violence.

Details

Date:
June 27
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Venue

Zoom or Other Virtual Platform

Organizer

PBC NOW
Phone:
(888) 394-0004
Email:
nowpbc@gmail.com
Website:
pbcnow.org