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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.

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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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JANUARY 2017 FESTIVALS & EVENTS

  • California, Los Angeles -   Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy Festival  -  Hosted by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Southern California, this week-long festival celebrates the historical accomplishments of Martin Luther King Jr. with various plays, film showcases, interfaith prayers and more.


  • California, San Diego -   The San Diego Black Film Festival  -  The San Diego Black Film Festival was established in 2002 and is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of African American and African Diaspora cinema as well as the education of media arts. Held each year in late January, the San Diego Black Film Festival is one of the largest black film festivals in the country.


  • California, San Francisco -   Black Choreographers Festival -  The Black Choreographers Festival: Here and Now – is made possible by the on-going support of the San Francisco Arts Commission, City of Oakland Cultural Arts Funding Program, the Zellerbach Family Foundation, community partners Dance Mission Theater, Dimensions Dance Theater, Laney College Theater and Dance Dept.


  • Conneticut, Trumbull -   Empowering Through Beauty Expo -  Beauty visionary and creator of Empowering Through Beauty, Tanisha Akinloye has birthed the most influential beauty expo of its kind. Empowering through Beauty Expo is designed to celebrate the intelligence, strength, courage and determination of women and girls, and the dynamic beauty professionals who inspire our community.


  • Florida, Eatonville -   Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities  -  Will feature Jazz, Latin rhythms, and Spoken Word performances.


  • Florida, Fort Lauderdale -   The Grown & Sexy Cruise -  5 nights of theme parties and events.


  • Florida, Fort Lauderdale -   The Smooth Jazz Cruise  -   The Smooth Jazz Cruise is proud to present The Greatest Party at Sea and even prouder to present this amazing lineup of hosts, stars and special guests.


  • Florida, Tallahassee -   MLK Dare to Dream Festival -  The festival will feature live music from other performers, vendors, Historical exhibits, line dancing, and a “MLK Birthday Bash” for kids, complete with bounce houses, games and face painting.


  • Florida, Tampa Bay -   Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival  -  The Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival is the ultimate regional destination leading up to the Martin Luther King Holiday Weekend. This ten-day celebration includes live entertainment, exciting cultural events, relevant health tutorials, business advising seminars, renowned speakers, food vendors, craft vendors, a music fest with national recording artists and more.


  • Georgia, Atlanta -   The Honda Battle Of The Bands -  The Honda Battle of the Bands (sometimes abbreviated The Honda or HBOB) is an annual marching band exhibition in the United States which features performances by bands from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). Sponsored by the American Honda Motor Company, the Invitational Showcase takes place in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia in late January.


  • Iowa, Des Moines -   I'll Make Me a World in Iowa -  A Gala with a Goal. Held in January at Polk County Convention Complex, Des Moines, Iowa non-stop performances on three stages, culture, art, history, displays, entertainment, soul food, kids activities and much more.


  • Michigan, Boyne Falls -   The Black Ski Weekend  -  All day and all night partying! The largest Urban Professional ski event in the world! The event covered 4 days and 3 exciting nights - There was no sleeping, only passing out. 20 themed activities, snow and fun on the slopes! Other activities at Boyne Mountain Resort include: Snow Mobiling, Tubing, Ice Skating, horseback riding, Sleigh Ride, Zip-Line, Cross Country Skiing, Spa/Massages, Avalanche Bay Indoor Water Park, Games, bonfires, hot tubbing, and more!!!


  • New York, Harlem -   Harlem Fine Arts Show -  The Harlem Fine Arts Show is the premiere showcase for modern and contemporary African Diasporic art. Next year, we're extending to the voice and reach of the show with the addition of the Harlem Fine Arts Show Magazine. The magazine will premiere as an insert in the Sunday edition of the New York Times.


  • North Carolina, Charlotte -   Legacy of Black Women Film Showcase  -  Strengthening the community by implementing and supporting programs that improve the quality of life for women and their families in the greater Charlotte region. Each film you watch here was directed, produced, written and acted by black women, telling their stories and sharing their experiences as a woman of color in the United States.


  • Tennessee, Gatlinburg -   Winter Ski Fest  -  The BIGGEST Ski Trip In The South-East... There is only one Winter Ski Fest.


  • Tennessee, Memphis -   International Blues Challenge  -  International Blues Challenge will feature Blues musicians from around the world competing for cash, prizes, and industry recognition.


  • Texas, Austin -   Austin MLK Celebration -  The MLK Community Festival kicks off as soon the marchers arrive on location and will last until 3 p.m.; it will include all types of vendors and local musical artists to make this year’s celebration the best ever!


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