Hey Speakers, Jermaine Sain, here...sharing with you another exciting event, Taliah Waajid presents World Natural Hair Health and Beauty Show....It's not just a hair show, it's a movement.
Focusing on natural beauty and wellness, World Natural Hair, Health and Beauty show, brings together beauty businesses and professionals, industry leaders, retail buyers, distributors and consumers.
The 2023 World Natural Hair, Health, and Beauty show occured inside the Hall of Nature at the Georgia International Convention Center in College Park, Georgia, and was a weekend full of fun and educational workshops and panels, live music, and of course exhibitors.
Where can you shop over 250 hair, beauty, fashion, art, health and wellness businesses PLUS attend live panels and podcasts on business, wealth, financial freedom, and entrepreneurship PLUS get free and discounted hair and barber services and more?
That's simple, World Natural Hair, Health, and Beauty Show.
For more information about Taliah Waajid Presents World Natural Hair, Health and Beauty Show, go to naturalhairshow.org
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In the spirit of the 60th anniversary of Dr Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech, Night of Ideas Atlanta 2023 explored how the historical concept of rights opens the present to new political, cultural, and ethical possibilities.
At the Night of Ideas Atlanta 2023, we explored the National Center for Civil and Human Rights and enjoyed an educational and uplifting evening of talks and performances with academics, activists, artists, journalists, and thought leaders exploring the challenges of the present and the future and connecting the civil rights movement's history to the ongoing fight for justice and equality.
Thanks to the Atlanta Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs, The National Center for Civil and Human Rights, and Villa Albertine for a lovely night.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT NIGHT OF IDEAS
For more information about go to nightofideas.org
COMPLETE SCHEDULE FOR NIGHT OF IDEAS ATLANTA 2023 INCLUDED:
Gaëtan Bruel, James Richards, Monica Prothro
Defending Rights, Realizing Dreams.
Dr. Bernice A. King, Jill Savitt, Valérie Baud-Candau, Ashley Woods
Okorie “OK Cello” Johnson
From 1963-2023, A French-American Dialogue on Political Activism and Nonviolent Resistance
Dr. Vicki Crawford, Charles Black, Nadia Chérif-Raguibi
And Then What: Music, Motivation, Imagination, and Change
Adlia Halim, Floyd Hall
you are what you eat… the system is broken? and other things to chew on
j. olu baiyewu, Ahmariah Jackson
Creating International Refugee Law: Negotiating Protection in the Height of the Civil Rights Movement, and the War in Vietnam
Robert Barsky, Dr. Stéphanie Boulard
Much More Than Just A Dream: 5 Powerful (But Forgotten) Messages from MLK’s “I Have a Dream” Speech
Cultural Dreams for a Digital World
Marie Picard, Dr. Emmanuel Vergès
How to Fall in Love with a Creek
Hannah S. Palmer
Memories of the Civil Rights Era and Implications for Today
Dr. June Manning Thomas, Dr. Ellen Basset
Beyond Roe: Re-Designing Systems of Equity for Women in Georgia and in the US
Dr. Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Julie F. Kay, Kyesha Lindberg, Elayne DeLeo
Ensuring Education Equity for Refugee Girls
Elizabeth Elango, Erika Denman
The Invisible Made Visible: Using Art to Humanize Immigrants
Yehimi Cambrón, Veronica Hogan
The Second Dream: Can We Revive Dr. King’s Abandoned Vision for the School Children of America?
Douglas Blackmon, Laura McCarty
The Freedom Dreams of an Undocumented Student
Nayelly T., Erika Denman
The Rights of Nature
Felwine Sarr, Dr. Brigitte Stepanov
Access to a Full Public Education as a New Right?
Ain’t I Human Too?
Tim'm West, Hanifah Walidah
Atlanta Music Project
Teaching Liberation: The Impact of the Appeal for Human Rights on the Undocumented Student Movement in Georgia
Dr. Laura Emiko Soltis
Belonging as an Act of Justice: Re-imaging Homelessness Through the Lens of MLK’s Beloved Community
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Housing, Labor, and the Fight for Dignity
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Civil Rights and Atlanta Today
Rose Scott, David Edwards, Moki Macias, Dr. Maurice Hobson, Dr. Na'Taki Osborne Jelks
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