The Challenges Faced By Young African American Males, And A Symposium At The Freedom Center
Last November, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center hosted the program Manhood to Brotherhood: An intergenerational discussion on the ideals of manhood and brotherhood from an authentic African American male perspective.
Joining us to explore the challenges faced by young African American men in America are Avondale Comprehensive Development Corporation Executive Director and President of Ozie Davis & Associates, Ozie Davis III; director of the United Way of Greater Cincinnati-Middletown Area, Terrence Sherrer, Sr.; and Manager of Program Initiatives at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Chris Miller.
Thursday evening, February 4, at 7 p.m, the Freedom Center will present the ?KinKillin?Kin? Solutions Symposium, to discuss ways to reduce violence and homicide. ?KinKillin? Kin,? by local artist James Pate, explores youth violence in inner city communities.