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Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts

Here you will find Black Family Summit (BFS) news, announcements, articles, media and document posts. Institute of the Black World 21st Century (IBW21)

Wade Nobles, PhD

Resistance to the Idea of Reparations May Be Simply Psychological

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, Commentaries/Opinions, Reparations

By Wade Nobles, PhD — Part I The newly wide-ranging discussion of reparations is being stimulated by the recognition of the 400th anniversary of the introduction of kidnapped captive Africans at the birth of the American colonies (1619) to later become the United States (1776). This new/old discord has been re-enlivened. The call to be “repaired” from the damage caused by white enslavement has been openly and covertly rejected woth…

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Bahamas

Information, Resources, and Places to donate to help people affected by Hurricane Dorian

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, News & Current Affairs

On this page we are sharing information on ways to help those affected by Hurricane Dorian. IBW is not collecting donations for this purpose but we are assisting the relief and rebuilding efforts by providing our IBW community to the resources listed below. On this Page: Bahamas Hurricane Restoration Fund Hotline Information Website for locating loved ones affected by Hurricane Dorian Volunteers Needed: Medical field and allied health professions Medical…

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Attendees watching proceedings. Pictured in the foreground from left to right: Jan Desper Peters, Executive Director, Black Mental Health Alliance, Baltimore, MD; Rev. Jerome Stephens, Director of Community Engagement, Office of Senator Benjamin Cardin of Maryland, Baltimore, MD; and Joseph Daniels, President and CEO, The Josa Group Strategic Development for Non-profits (TJG-SDNP), Windsor Mill, MD.

Powerful Conference Educated Black Families on Disaster Response

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, Press Releases / Statements

The All Healers Mental Health Alliance and the Institute of the Black World 21st Century Black Family Summit Presented the National Conference on Culturally Competent Disaster Response on June 28-29, 2019 at the Staybridge Suites in Baltimore, Maryland. The theme was “Recovery, Rebuilding, Resilience”. Baltimore, MD — Like hurricanes or floods, community disasters – such as police killings of unarmed Black people and lead-tainted water in Flint, Michigan – traumatize…

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MD Magazine Welcomes the Black Psychiatrists of America to the Strategic Alliance Partnership Program

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts

The partnership aims to promote research and professional education to those who provide psychiatric care to underserved ethnic groups. (CRANBURY, N.J. – November 1, 2018) – MD Magazine®, a leading online source of physician news, conference coverage and peer-to-peer discussion, expands its Strategic Alliance Partnership (SAP) program with the addition of the Black Psychiatrists of America (BPA), announced Michael J. Hennessy Jr., president of MJH Associates Inc., parent company of…

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The National Association of African American Drug Policy Coalition

Call for Papers – National African American Drug Policy Coalition

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts

National African American Drug Policy Coalition Call for Papers and Panel Presentations Join NAADPC members, state chapters and affiliates of NAADPC in panel discussions, research sessions, and select presentations in Dallas, Texas February 11-12, 2019. Special sessions will be conducted by Retired Superior Court Judge Arthur L. Burnett, Sr. The program is being co-sponsored by the National Association of African Studies. An abstract not to exceed two pages for a…

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Identifying and Implementing Effective Mental Health Strategies for Black America – ALC ’18

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, Video/Audio

  The Congressional Black Caucus in partnership with the Greater Washington Urban League and WURD Black Talk Media, hosted an interactive 2-hour evidence-based discussion on mental health issues in the African American community. Historically, communities of color experience unique and considerable challenges in accessing mental health services. The challenges facing our communities are rooted in historical adversity, which includes slavery, race-based exclusion from health, educational, social and economic resources. People…

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FreeHer National Conference

FreeHer National Conference – September 28th-30th, 2018 in Tulsa Oklahoma

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, Events

Hosted by the National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls and the Women’s Collective to End Incarceration of Women and Girls. Tulsa, Oklahoma, September 28th-30th, 2018 On September 28th-30th, formerly incarcerated women and girls, directly affected people, activists, advocates and supporters from across the country will come together to connect and share ideas and resources to work collectively toward ending incarceration of women and girls and creating systems…

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FreeHer National Conference

FreeHer National Conference – Request for Proposals Deadline Extended to 8/15

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts

Flyer below The mission of the National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls (National Council) is to end the incarceration of women and girls. We do this by providing a membership platform of technical support, complex coalition building, and comprehensive resources that assist local initiatives to organize toward our shared goal of shifting from a criminal legal system to one based on human justice. Through the work…

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IBW Black Family Summit

IBW Black Family Summit (BFS) Education, Orientation, Advocacy Retreat

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts

Baltimore, MD, May 2-3, 2018 — Members of IBW’s Black Family Summit (BFS) and Justice Collaborative met for a two day Education, Orientation, Advocacy Retreat at the National Office of Institute of the Black World 21st Century. Retreat Synopsis The 2-day Retreat began on Wednesday afternoon, May 2nd at the Institute of the Black World 21st Century National Office in Baltimore Maryland. We began with a Pre-Retreat Meeting lead by Baba Leonard…

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