Brotherly Love Fraternal Relationships In The Black Community

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Hattiloo Theatre says
There is a need in the Black Community for male role models to share, teach and demonstrate the principles of manhood to young men, enabling them to achieve their dreams and become men who are strong, responsible and productive. Join us for a riveting discussion with leaders in Memphis who are currently impacting the lives of misguided teens. Learn how you can get involved and make a difference in someone’s life!

Featured Panelists:

Nyrone Hawkins
Executive Director
The First Tee of Memphis

Cedric Brooks
EMBODI Mentor
EMBODI (Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence)

R. L. Thompson
Face Forward Program Manager
JIFF (Juvenile Intervention Faith Based Follow Up)
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By: Hattiloo Theatre

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