Black History Month
Black History Panel led by Black Males - Lifting Our Voice. Rewriting Our Story.
Oftentimes, the stories of minorities are told from the perspective of someone else and we want to retell our stories together. Every Thursday in February, we will host four online events, including screenings of Women of the Movement (the Emmett Till story) and a Black male-led Panel Discussion to decode stereotypes.
Screenings of Women of the Movement - February 3, 10, 17 at 6:30pm. Weekly show screenings leading up to a powerful panel discussion that creates space for us to lift our voices and rewrite our story.
Black History Panel led by Black Males: Our History, Our Voice, Our Time - February 24 at 7:00pm - We will decode the historical and present violent attack on the Black male in American society, retell the Black male story from the right eyes, and reclaim the Black male voice.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a cost to participate?
No. All community members we welcome to attend for free.
How can I attend this free event series?
Online. Please register and instructions on how to watch the online event will be sent to your email.
Do I have to register to attend the screenings of the episodes?
Yes. You must register to be emailed instructions for how to join all of the events each Thursday.
Do I have to register to participate during the panel discussion?
Yes. To join the discussion, you must register via Eventbrite and Zoom. If you simply want to watch, you do not have to register through Zoom. You can watch on Facebook or YouTube.
Who should attend this event?
I’RAISE welcomes children, families, parents, students, community leaders, educators, and youth workers to be part of this powerful, important shared experience.
How can I volunteer my talents to help make this online community event series a success?
We welcome your contributions and we have a variety of opportunities to get involved, including IT and marketing. Email email@example.com to sign up.
Could I make a donation to support youth as they face a unique set of challenges during the pandemic?
Of course! Any amount makes a big difference in a child's life. Please text PLEDGEIRAISE to 71777 to pledge $10 a month and help us support underserved minority children.
I still have questions. Who can I contact?
You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is I'RAISE?
I’RAISE Girls & Boys International Corporation is a nonprofit providing youth services to low-income communities. Our mission is to provide a holistic program aimed at improving socio-emotional well-being and educational outcomes of youth ages 5-19 years. We aim to also improve and develop under-resourced communities and schools that help youth become successful in life.