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LISTEN NOW: CBMA Hosts Special End-of-Year Health & Healing Call

by ​Dr. Phyllis Hubbard

On Tuesday, December 20th, CBMA hosted a special end-of-year membership call dedicated to CBMA Health and Healing Strategies. This call was designed to leave listeners with the encouragement and affirmation to stay healthy and energized so that they can continue do this important work advancing the field and movement of Black Male Achievement in 2017, and beyond. Here was the agenda:

Welcome & Introductions -- Rashid Shabazz, Vice President of Communications, CBMA; Dr. Phyllis Hubbard, Program Manager, CBMA Health and Healing Strategies

  1. How Stress Management Serves Leadership -- Brandon Nicholson, Executive Director, The Hidden Genius Project 
  2. Standing With Standing Rock: Solidarity As A Health & Healing Strategy - Dinizulu Gene Tinnie, Artist & Activist
  3. Health & Healing Strategies For An Extraordinary New Year - Dr. Phyllis Hubbard
  4. "Journey To Radiance" Podcast -- Adimu Madyun, DetermiNation, 393 Films 
  5. Fracture Critical - Reverend Alfonso Wyatt, Strategic Destiny, LLC
  6. Closing Breathing Exercise And Prayer For 2017 - Dr. Phyllis Hubbard & Reverend Alfonso Wyatt

These calls continue to be a key source of information and inspiration for BMA movement leaders and others wanting to stay up-to-date on the breadth of work taking place across the country to improve life outcomes and opportunities for Black men and boys. If you were unable to attend the call, we invite you to listen to it now -- CLICK HERE

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