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Reeds Refuge will be hosting a Youth Against Violence Conference this December at our offices located at 1601 N. Pine Street Wilmington, Delaware. The primary focus of this event is to educate youth regarding violence prevention, rehabilitation, and recidivism.
However, youth will also learn how the effects of slavery and segregation have shaped the mental health of the African American families and minorities in America today. Dr. Christina Watlington who will be speaking on the legacy of slavery and the effects of mental health in black Americans and other minorities today.
Youth will be taking part in open dialog concerning the ancestry of African Americans. The discussion will include heritage and culture, which was removed from minorities, which is important for human development and growth. The activities include break out sessions and panel discussions, which will focus on racial tension in American today including its history.
Our goal is to Educate and Motivate! Youth from all School Districts including adults are welcomed to attend!
- Dr. Christina & Malik Watlington
- Jordan Hines
- Tramaine Smith
- Bashawn Dixon
- Aja A of Dab Mediation
- Keith James
- Young Setta
- El Rod
- Wells Fargo’s Black African American Team Member Network
- Public Defenders Office
The Resurrection Center Presents A Year End Concert. Hosted by Gospel Artist & Radio Host Jermaine Dolly of Praise Philly 107.9. Guest Artist include; S.Todd, Jay Richardson, IZ-REAl, Anton Milton, Justin Powell & Adoration and Kayla Johnson.
Please join the Delaware Chapter of the A. Phillip Randolph Institute for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast on January 18th, 2018.
Doors Open at 7:30am. Contact the Delaware chapter to purchase tickets online.
Transportation will depart Dover at 1:30 pm (Big Lots parking lot) and Departs Smyrna 1:45 pm (Smyrna Rest Stop)
Return to same location in Smyrna approximately 11:15 PM & Dover 11:30 pm.
Tickets can be purchased at www.tcoproductionsllc.com or by contacting:
David Thomas (302) 423-2460
Deborah Adams (302) 535-5484