Nov. 5th – The Black Man’s Forum presents “Passing the Baton: Lead, Follow, Get Out of the Way or Let’s Find a Way to Work Together” Many of our young adults feel that older people should move out of the way and let them lead.
Many of our elders feel that young people want respect that they have not earned yet. Join this discussion as we seek to find a workable solution.
Panelists will consist of young adults 45 yrs. Of age and under that will share their analysis of what needs to happen in our community. Panelists David Crowley, Ben Watson, Shanquil Merriweather, Calvin Lee, and others to be announced.
When: Saturday, November 5, 2011
Where: Coffee Makes U Black 2803 N. Teutonia Ave. Time: 9:30 AM-11:30 AM
Nov. 10th – “Looking at Violence in the City” featuring an evening with Luis J. Rodriguez award winning poet and author. Opening performances by youth from Milwaukee’s Project Non-Violence and the North Division High School Boys and Girls Club directed by John Schneider.
When: Thursday. November 10, 2011
Where: UW Milwaukee Union Ballroom
Time: 7PM This event is free and open to the public. For info call 229-3111
Nov. 12th – BEAUTYEVOLV3D – invites you to join us for an interactive day of wellness, beauty, and fun. This fundraiser will support the Milwaukee African Women’s Association and the Lupus Foundation of America Wisconsin Chapter. Enjoy our healthy food buffet, healthy cooking & movement demos, and shop with local beauty, wellness, and fitness professionals.
When: Saturday, November 12, 2011,
Where: Coffee Makes U Black 2803 N. Teutonia Ave.
Time: 4 PM-8 PM
Nov. 18th – Woodlawn Pattern Book Center November Anniversary Celebration featuring Walter Mosley, famous African American author.
When: Friday, November 18, 2011
Where: The Hamilton 823 Hamilton St.
Time: 7:00 PM
Ticket cost – $20.00
For tickets call 263-5001 or www.woodlandpattern.org
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