The Black Male and Female Symposiums are designed to engage Black students in a cultural enrichment experience that will aid in their holistic development, improving their ability to work together interdependently within their communities – and in the world at large.
The theme, “I am because we are,” reflects identity awareness rooted in the best of Black American ancestral traditions.
Participants in this #-day experience can expect to grow through:
- Stimulating dialogue around gender roles within the Black community
- Team building exercises to build trust, and begin the healing process from generational rifts.
- Listening to – and interacting with – dynamic nationally-renowned presenters, as well as each other.
At the conclusion of this symposium, students will have:
- Identified personal and collective hindrances to working together collectively across sexes.
- Developed a strategic and practical plan of action for enacting positive change within their personal and professional lives.
- Understood the connection between healthy male-female relationships to the overall success of their lives and the lives of their community members.
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