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Research Study on Black Female Caretakers

Black Female Caretakers


Hello Black America,
Mental health concerns in our community are worth exploration and continued research to cater to families in need. Help us develop culturally sensitive treatments that aid in healthy emotional well-being.

If you are 25+
Female
Identify as African America/Black (Can be from African diaspora)
Emotionally, Physically, or Financially cared for a family member

You can help us make a difference. Click the link below and take the brief survey and enter to win a $100.00 VISA Gift card.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/femalecaregivers

-- Johanna Williams
4th Year Doctoral Student
Counseling Psychology President (CPGSA)
School of Education and Psychoeducational Studies
4th and College Streets NW
Washington, DC 20059

~Trust in the Lord Thy God with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding

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The Coffee Shop stage play


Coming to the Argenta Community Theater March 25th, 2017 for a 3pm and 7pm show. Tickets at bgpcoffeeshop.eventbrite.com.

Coffee Shop owner Mrs. Carla has recently hired new employee Robin Lee. As soon as she teaches her coffee shop 101, the drama begins to unfold. Not being one to bite her tongue, Mrs. Carla informs Robin that foolishness comes with the territory. When things start to calm down, both ladies are forced to walk in their truth.

https://www.eventbrite.com/

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Disclaimer:
The articles on BlackCityinfo.com are provided as a community service and to be used for information purposes only. BlackCityinfo.com does not accept any responsibility or liability for the use or misuse of the article content. Use the above information with caution and at your own risk.

No Endorsement:
BlackCityinfo.com does not endorse or recommend any article on this site or any product, service or information found within said articles. Resources/links that may be included in said articles are only suggested as sources for the reader to explore but we can't confirm or take responsibility for it's accurateness. The opinions and views of the authors who have submitted articles to BlackCityinfo.com belong to them alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of BlackCityinfo.com.



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FEBRUARY 2017 FESTIVALS & EVENTS

  • California, Long Beach -   Aquarium of the Pacific Event  -   The festival will feature live entertainment, arts and crafts, ethnic food, and more.


  • California, Long Beach -   Ragga Muffins Festival  -   Annual Reggae Festival in Long Beach and Oakland!


  • California, Los Angelas -   Pan African Film Festival -   The Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) is a non-profit corporation in Los Angeles, California that states its goal to promote "cultural understanding among peoples of African descent" through exhibiting art and film. It hosts a film festival and an arts festival in Los Angeles in February of each year. The Los Angeles Times in 2013 called the film festival "the largest black film festival" in the United States.


  • California, Mammoth -   Mammoth BlackOut  -   Party on Mammoth Mountain with over 600 professionals from across the country at California's premier winter resort.


  • California, Pasadena -   The NAACP Image Awards  -   An NAACP Image Award is an accolade presented by the American National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to honor outstanding people of color in film, television, music, and literature. The award ceremony was first presented in 1967 and was first nationally televised in 1994 on the Fox Network. The first live broadcast of the event, also on the Fox Network, occurred in 2007 for its 38th edition (up until 2007, the ceremony had been broadcast with tape delay) and the annual ceremonies usually take place in or around the Los Angeles, United States area, in February or early March. The 44th edition aired on NBC.


  • California, San Francisco -   Black Choreographers Festival -   Honoring the Legacy & Celebrating the Next Generation is theme of the Annual Black Choreographers Festival.


  • DC, Washington -   DC Fashion Week  -   DC Fashion Week is held twice a year during the months of February & September. A partnership of independent fashion designers, producers and models, DCFASHIONWEEK (DCFW) was created to increase economic development in the area of fashion design, clothing merchandising and modeling, and to enhance the visibility of the nation's capital as a center of international fashion.


  • Florida, Boca Raton -   Black Enterprise Women Of Power Summit  -  Gain access to and learn from industry leaders about how to optimize your potential for professional advancement. Participate in interactive workshops and sessions that examine corporate trends, leadership and management skills, and small business issues.


  • Florida, Fort Lauderdale -   Sistrunk Historical Festival  -   Sistrunk Historical Festival is a cultural organization that celebrates the accomplishments of people of African descent. The organization is named in honor of Dr. James Sistrunk, one of the first African-American Physicians in Broward County.


  • Georgia, Conyers -   Black Heritage Art Show -   The Black Heritage Art Show is the largest African American celebratory event held in the Mid-Atlantic region in February.


  • Maryland, Baltimore -   Black Heritage Art Show  -   Features original works by African American artists from across the nation.


  • North Carolina, Charlotte -   Charlotte African American Festival -   The festival will include gospel, blues, jazz, R&B, and hip- hop artist, art, literature, food, dancers, drummers, a marching band competition, speakers, vendors, special awards and recognitions and much more.


  • North Carolina, Charlotte -   Charlotte Black Film Festival -   The Goals of the Charlotte Black Film Festival is to: Promote diversity through cultural expressions, dialogue and understanding, Promote and display works that express the African-American experience.


  • North Carolina, Durham -   Hayti Heritage Film Festival -   SJHF is dedicated to advancing cultural understanding through diverse programs that examine the experiences of Americans of African descent locally, nationally and globally.


  • South Carolina, Charleston -   Lowcountry Blues Bash -  14 days, 25 venues, 59 acts, 100 shows.


  • South Carolina, Hopkins -   Annual Strong Threads African American Festival -   The ever popular STRONG THREADS event is a unique opportunity to celebrate and educate the community through entertainment about their African American History, the people, and the rich heritage of Lower Richland County.


  • South Carolina, North Charleston -   Charleston Blues Festival -   2013 will feature Millie Jackson, Mel Waiters, TK Soul, Latimore, Theodis Ealey, and The Klass Band.


  • South Carolina, Savannah -   Savannah Black Heritage Festival -   Cultural education and exposure to the performing and visual arts, as well as ethnic cuisine, crafts, fun and family are emphasized throughout the celebration.


  • Tennessee, Memphis -   Memphis Black Expo  -  The goal of the Memphis Black Expo is to address the needs of the community by serving as a catalyst to improve conditions in the African-American community by creating a family-oriented environment that celebrates, empowers and cultivates the community including small businesses, nonprofits, community based organizations and corporations.


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