BoyzIIMen and GirlzIIWomen have come together!
In this workshop we help our young men and women with getting a clear understanding of how the opposite sex functions and how to treat each other. We also present our youth with a code of conduct that is above status-quo. This code of conduct helps them identify acceptable and unacceptable behavior according to their true identity, purpose and destiny.
Healthy relationships is the goal!
Also… Our Battle of the Sexes True/False game is like no other!
This is the perfect workshop for any at-risk youth groups, church youth groups, after school programs, youth mentoring programs or youth empowerment events. We can either come facilitate this workshop with your group or you can purchase it for your own use.
If you would like us to visit your organization to facilitate this workshop or if you would like to purchase this workshop, please fill out the contact form below.
People who don’t know me may be wondering why I do what I do to help the youth:
1. God told me what He wanted me to do and where He wanted me to go. He told me, ” You are selfish. You have nephews and nieces, I need you to go to Job Corps to help other people’s nephews and nieces.”
2. I was a victim of mental, physical and emotional abuse. This had a major impact
on my relationships. Anytime I saw patterns of conflict in my romantic relationships, I would quickly cut that person off. This was a sign of unresolved hurt.
3. I got tired of seeing my Chicagoland students walk across the stage only to go home and see their behavior revert back to their environment. Some went back home only to be killed by accident or murdered due to conflict that was not resolved.
This is why I do what I do…
Thank you to our guest, Mr. Ernest Crim for dropping the jewels on us today! The insight and wisdom he poured into us was invaluable and immeasurable.
Shout to my brothers from the Unity Faith Movement.
Shout to my parnter and co-falicitator, Zakiyyah Brown!
Trista Graves Brown, Kimberly Shumpert, Ranisha Brown and Mr. Cage after Joliet’s Civil Rights Forum
Part 2 of my conversation with educator, speaker and activist Ernest Crim on how our kids’ limited exposure to life outside of their “hood” can impact their life.
A candid conversation with educator, speaker and activist Ernest Crim about how our mindset keeps us in the hood physically and mentally.
A sound bite from one of our mentoring session’s on anger.
Pinpointing the issue within stops us from committing the same offense.