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I Too Am America: On Loving And Leading Black Men & Boys • Morningside Area Alliance
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I Too Am America: On Loving and Leading Black Men & Boys

Join authors Shawn Dove and Nick Chiles for a celebration of stories of loving, learning and leading for and by Black men and boys, including a special reading and conversation around their acclaimed book, I Too Am America: On Loving and Leading Black Men & Boys

Featuring opening remarks from New York City Schools Chancellor (and former Eagle Academy Foundation President and CEO) David C. Banks, this program is being hosted as a precursor to the Museum’s first-ever Freedom Week: A Journey into Art & Activism. Additional special guests include:

  • Reverend Dr. Emma Jordan-SimpsonI Too Am America Contributor, and President of Auburn Seminary
  • Reverend Dr. Alfonso WyattI Too Am America Contributor, and Founder of Strategic Destiny LLC
  • Harry A. Johnson, Jr., Co-Founder and Executive Director, Brothers@
  • Dariel Vasquez, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Brothers@
  • Nikai Santiago, Rising Junior at St. Bonaventure University, Brothers@ Ambassador
  • Elijah Grace, Rising High School Senior, Brothers@ The Fellowship Initiative Participant

This program will take place indoors in Ronay Menschel Hall (Ground Floor). Books will be available for sale.

Released on January 6, 2022, I Too Am America: On Loving and Leading Black Men & Boys is equal parts memoir and historical telling of the Black Male Achievement movement, and explores the paradox of promise and peril facing today’s Black men and boys. Combining powerful personal narrative with short essays by renowned Black leaders in philanthropy, racial justice, education, policy and more, I Too Am America delivers timely insights and inspiration that humanizes the stories of Black men and boys, while offering strategic recommendations on how, together, we can overcome current rumblings with America’s racial reckoning to loving, learning and leading with and on behalf of Black men and boys. I Too Am America: On Loving and Leading Black Men & Boys is now on sale at all major book retailers – including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Good Reads, and Bookshop.

Date

Jun 08 2022
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Time

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Formats (virtual, in person, hybrid)

In-Person

Venue

The Museum of the City of New York
Category

Organizer

Museum of the City of New York