Join us for a panel discussion April 2018:
MIND, BODY, SOUL
The Correlation of RACE and Health
According to a new study by the nonprofit organization Catalyst, 51-58% of all women of color and 60-64% of Black and Latino men pay an “emotional tax” due to micro-aggressions and exclusionary behavior in the workplace that’s detrimental to their overall health and ability to thrive. Join us to learn how to counteract this negative drain on your mind, body, and spirit with pointers on nutrition, spiritual practices, exercise and natural medicine.
Hear spiritual, health, and exercise experts Star Waters and Dr. Ose Okojie discuss how you can save your live and sanity through a vegan diet, spiritual practices, and exercise.
The first 50 POC will receive a copy of African American Vegan Starter Guide.
Dr. Ose Okojie
April 10, 2018
McMenamins Kennedy School
5736 NE 33rd Ave., Portland | Phone: 503-249-3983
Doors open at 6 pm
Newcomers Welcome: 6:45 pm
Program: 6:45pm – 9:15 pm
Free | Minor with parent or guardian
RACE TALKS is a free series co-sponsored by Donna Maxey (Founder/Director of RACE TALKS), World Arts Foundation, Resolutions Northwest, and McMenamins.
Spread the word. Please forward this information to any group, business, school, class, and individual you feel might be interested. Contact us if you have questions or suggestions about the upcoming program or the series in general.
NEXT MONTH’S RACE TALKS:
THE NEXT 100 YEARS: Changing the Complexion and Gender of Golf
Golf turns 100 this year! It has traditionally been the game of wealthy, White men, but the City of Portland Parks and Recreation Department is determined to change the face of the game! Come learn the history of People of Color in golf nationally and locally; explore the various programs for youth and women; and the opportunities for advancement academically and professionally; PRIZES & DRAWING!!!
Presented by the City of Portland Parks and Recreation Department