Black Family Summit
IBW/Black Family Summit
National Black Leadership Dialogue
In conjunction with the Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2010
5:00 PM TO 7:00 PM
AT THE HOUSE OF PRAYER
601 M STREET, NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, DC Convener: Mr. Leonard G. Dunston, President Emeritus,
National Association of Black Social Workers PURPOSE of SESSION Since its inception in 2005, under the leadership of Leonard Dunston, President Emeritus, National Association of Black Social Workers, the Black Family Summit (BFS) of the Institute of the Black World 21st Century (IBW) has been committed to vigorously promoting cooperation, collaboration, and operational unity to advance the interests of Black people. The BFS has been engaged in very serious work in New Orleans and the Gulf in the aftermath of Katrina, and continues to focus on the holistic models of mental health for residents of the region through the All Healers Mental Health Alliance. The…
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