Community Organizations will be present to provide free health screenings and information about health resources in our community.
In this interactive workshop, participants will learn to:
• Identify emotional and physical stress related symptoms
• Effectively manage stress and anxiety
• Develop a self-care routine
• Avoid “burn out”
• PUT THEMSELVES FIRST
Marsha Jones, a Dallas, Texas native is Co-founder and Executive Director of The Afiya Center.
Nailah’s role and path as a spiritual-cultural eldress is to sustain and promote health, wealth and creative balance and well-being of Black/Afrikan people throughout he Diaspora utilizing Ancestral cultural traditions and tools.
Workshop: Breast Health Basics. Screenings: Free Clinical Breast Exams by Dr. Lamia Kadir
With the staggering disparities in outcomes for black birthing people and our babies, it is more important than ever that we ensure that black people not only have access to the care a midwife can provide, but that they have access to midwives and other birth support workers from similar cultural backgrounds.
“I believe in the strong influence of community-connectedness for promoting healthy development, especially for young people.”
“Health is the cornerstone of a people’s existence.”
One of the keys you will learn is how healing the mind/spirit is essential to healing the body and lowering your risk for disease.
This workshop will discuss the origin of the opioid crisis and provide natural alternatives for the management of pain.
What if your relationship with your body can transform from condemnation, to compassion?
This workshop will discuss issues affecting black families and ways to effectively parent within a social justice framework.