Black Masculinity (Re)imagined: The Fear of Being Seen

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Black Masculinity (Re)imagined: The Fear of Being Seen

Topic: The Fear of Being Seen: Our Hesitancy to Seek Support. A Virtual Community Conversation with Black Men on Healing

By BEAM (Black Emotional + Mental Health Collective)

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Date and time

Wednesday, June 7 · 3 - 5pm PDT



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About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Black Masculinity (Re)imagined: - is a virtual community conversation that will explore tools, strategies, and practices to help Black men and masculine folk heal, support each other and address wellness in their communities. Youth welcome!

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Davonte Green: has a proven commitment to working to support the progression of Black people and the communities in which we live. His work includes serving in under-resourced, low-performing schools in South Los Angeles, founding a leadership network and consultancy for inspired Black men, and facilitating an entrepreneurial curriculum within Southern California state prisons. Additionally, he has experience working with local universities to recruit high-quality student success coaches, raising funds to support the homeless epidemic in LA County, and consulting for and speaking for the Department of Children and Family Services.

Jason Daveon Mitchell is an Asst. Minister at Agape International Spiritual Center, where he manages the prayer ministry, guides the Practitioner Core and is the director for Agape’s Sacred Service Ministry. His years working with at-risk youth and children in the juvenile justice system; and serving in the heart of Los Angeles’ Skid Row Community providing direct services, informed his vision of humanity’s beauty, power and love. For more than 20 years, through teaching, spiritual counseling, speaking, facilitating workshops and for 10 years with Our Daily Prayer Call — a morning devotional session where people from around the world gather in prayer, affirming and inspiring each other.

Who can come? Black men, boys, masculine folk, Black Women, and femme folks welcome, however this conversation will center Black men/masculine folk.

Accessibility Statement: ASL services can be made available with requests a week prior to event, as well as closed captioning.


Disclaimer: BEAM’s programs are meant for educational purposes only and are not substitutes for a relationship with a licensed or trained wellness practitioner. By attending this event, you agree that you understand that this program is not a clinical therapeutic service.

About the organizer

BEAM stands for Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective.

BEAM is a national training, movement building, and grant making institution that is dedicated to the healing, wellness, and liberation of Black and marginalized communities.