Thu, Feb 11 | Zoom

Celebrating Being Black

Join us in celebrating being Black and the role Black women have played in history and will continue to lead America in the future. Come learn about our unique contributions, shining a light on Black/African culture and achievements, and ways to support investing in ourselves and our community.
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Celebrating Being Black

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Feb 11, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Zoom

About The Event

Join us in celebrating being Black and the role Black women have played in history and will continue to lead America in the future. Come learn about our unique contributions, shining a light on Black/African culture and achievements, and ways to support investing in ourselves and our community.

Guest Speaker: Ky Ajayi - A first-generation Nigerian/English-American, his education has spanned the sciences in high school and the humanities in college. With a Master’s Degree in Political Science, Ky began his post-graduate work experience supervising the removal of asbestos form Chicago Public Schools. He moved to environmental policy analysis, ending up as a Principal with an environmental consulting firm. Ky’s hopes are to spread solar to those communities most in need of environmental and financial relief. 

This group will be facilitated by Betty Haliu, MSW.

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