Ujima Atlanta 2015 Educational Conference to explore socio-cultural trauma, healing the family

Portrait of Happy Family In Park
The Ujima Atlanta 2015 Educational Conference is issuing a “call to action” to do the work needed to heal black families and the surrounding community.  It’s annual conference takes place on Saturday, October 31, 2015, at 960 Ralph D. Abernathy Blvd., Atlanta, GA. 30310.
The conference will provide various workshops related to family development, community wellness, and parenting. The hope is that those who attend will be able to implement certain tools within their churches, schools, health facilities, and professions.
This year’s theme is “A Time for Healing, Education, and Rebuilding”. The conference ultimately looks to explore socio-cultural trauma, and heal the black family. It will be co-hosted by the Male Action Coalition (MAC).
If you haven’t already registered, time is running out! The deadline is October 25. Tickets are $50 for clinicians, professionals, and adults; they are $40 for college students, youth under 18, and elders over the age of 60.
For more information and to register, visit www.upliftingouryouth.webs.com

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