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African American Awareness Sub-Committee Meeting Announced

This month's upcoming African American Awareness Sub-Committee meeting will be held August 21st, 2017 at 2:00 pm -4:00 pm.

The meeting will be held at Young Visionaries Office 696 S. Tippecanoe 92408, San Bernardino CA 92408

The group will be reviewing, discussing and revising our Sub-Committee work plans for this fiscal year, July 2017 to June 2018starting with the end in mind to ensure that our goals and objectives will be outcome-focused.

We will be having a special group led discussion on how our understanding of African American history's affects our current connection to our identity and overall behavioral health: We will be focusing on the Footsteps to Freedom Experience as our framework/foundation for the conversation.

Whether you have had an opportunity to participate on the Underground Railroad or not, you will gain a wealth of inspiration and information from our community leaders panel who will share their personal experience and reflections that will lead us into forming quality objectives and goals for our work ahead for the African American Awareness Sub Committee.

Please reach out to those who you know that have been on the trip to also be in attendance and check out the Footsteps to Freedom Summary Link to get a sense of how moving this educational experience is.


Our Underground Railroad Group Members include:


Gwen Rodgers African American Awareness Sub-Committee Chair and San Bernardino School Board Member

Pastor Sam Casey, Executive Director of COPE Congregations Organized For Prophetic Engagement

Angela M. Coggs, Department of Behavioral Health Mental Health Specialist/Clubhouse Programs

Hardy Brown II, Executive Director of Black Voice Foundation

Carolyn Tillman, Special Assistant to the Superintendent San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools


Thank you and please let us know of any individuals that need to be added to our list so they may receive updates, reminders and activity information,

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