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Let's Talk Miami Gardens

City of Miami Gardens Councilwoman Felicia Robinson, T.E.E.S., The Brown Girls, & The Girl Rethought Project

Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

Miami Gardens, FL

Let's Talk Miami Gardens

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“Let’s Talk” open forum & panel discussion will openly and honestly discuss ‘Perception vs. Reality’ and will highlight the underlying effects it has had on our communities. The purpose of the Let’s Talk Series is to engage our youth and the community in discussions that are necessary to promote positive growth, enrichment, and change through unity & collaborations, one series at a time.

This is a free community event open to youth and adults ages 13 & up.  The open forum will be comprised of breakout sessions for parents & teens covering topics such as effective/positive communication, social media and bullying. The finale forum will consist of community leaders, radio personalities, and other successful entrepreneurs who will engage participants in a healthy discussion on Media Influence and debate the topic of “Perception vs. Reality”

Registration & Complimentary Continental Breakfast begins at 9:00am-9:30am

Lunch will be served. 

Door prizes all day long!

When & Where


Betty T. Ferguson Recreation Complex
3000 NW 199th Street
Miami Gardens, FL 33056

Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)


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City of Miami Gardens Councilwoman Felicia Robinson, T.E.E.S., The Brown Girls, & The Girl Rethought Project

About T.E.E.S. (Teens Exercising Extraordinary Success):

T.E.E.S., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, sponsors weekly Table Talk Sessions for Middle School and High School Students. Our primary focus is placed on personal worth, a belief system resting on absolute truth, exercising judgment based on evidence, clear decision making, understanding consequences, accountability for one’s actions and choices, and discussion of society’s mixed messages. Our goal is to empower youth to become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric of their communities.

About The Girl Rethought Project

The Girl Rethought Project, Inc. is a non-profit, social service organization that seeks to effect true social change in the community starting with our young women through our 5 pillar focus on the mental, emotional, physical, educational, and financial enrichment. We seek to help redefine the thought process of young women and men through specialized service offerings that include empowerment seminars, interactive workshops, & life-changing yearlong programs that not only challenges each individual to see beyond mediocrity, but also seeks to provide a road-map to do so.

About The Brown Girls

The Brown Girls is comprised of a group of successful business women whose mission is to build their communities through upscale events that are connected to a purpose.  The Brown Girls have coordinated and hosted several key events for the purposes of creating scholarship opportunities for minority women in South Florida through their Alma Mater Florida Memorial University.

 

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