Join established and emerging black male leaders from the Central Neighborhood and Cleveland Community for an evening of discussion around leadership, work, education, family structure and community issues, as well as how to overcome challenges faced by black males! The event will be an opportunity to break down the boundaries between generations through an honest conversation.
**This is a part of the Hank Willis Thomas exhibition on display until March 9 at the Cleveland Museum of Art & March 8 at the Transformer Station.
WHEN: Thursday March 6th, 2014
WHERE: Friendly Inn Settlement House | 2386 Unwin Road | Cleveland, Ohio
TIME: 5:00-8:00 p.m.
COST: FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! – REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Program begins at 5:45 p.m. after dinner!!
To register for this free event call 216.431.7656 (Ext. 140)or register online at www.clevelandpromiseneighborhood.org
Cordell Arellano, Central Resident, Promise Ambassador
Jerome Baker, Founder, Men of Central
Bill Cobbs, Actor, Central Native
Edgar Hoyle, Student, East Technical High School
Nathaniel Johnson, Tri-C Student, Promise Ambassador
Donald Jolly, Academic Superintendent, Cleveland Metropolitan Schools
Gerard Leslie, Principal, Marion-Sterling
Prester Pickett, Coordinator, Dr. Howard A. Mims African-American Cultural Center @ Cleveland State University
Amir El Hajj Khalid Samad, CEO, Peace in The Hood
Michael L. Walker, Executive Director, Partnership For A Safer Cleveland
Peter Whitt, Owner/President, Enlightenment Consulting Group
MODERATED BY: Neal Hodges, Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood Engagement Coordinator
Visit the Hank Williams Thomas Exhibition
HANK WILLIAMS THOMAS
Through March 9, 2014
Visit The Exhibition
The Cleveland Museum of Art
11150 East Boulevard
Now through March 9, 2014
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday & Friday
10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
1460 West 29 Street
Now through March 8, 2014
Wednesday – Saturday
12:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
For additional exhibit information go to www.ClevelandArt.org