Buffet, Live Jazz, New Orleans Flavor, Second Line, Bring your masks and Mardi Gras attire if you like or just relax and have a great early evening.
The curriculum taught in these classes will provide increased exposure to the positive contributions that Africans and African-Americans have made throughout history. The purpose of this cultural esteem curriculum is to facilitate the development of cultural awareness, critical thinking, and positive esteem by focusing on documenting and discussing aspects of Ourstory, culture, and socialization.
7:00pm - 9:00pm EST
Baobab Cultural Center
728 University Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
Class Donation: $5.00 per class
Offering weekly family sessions for a total of 7 weeks, for families seeking to enhance their goals of finding the path to well-being and wellness of relationships within the family.
We work with you to find a satisfactory resolution to your problems and/or potential problems, whether they have their roots in the trauma of grief and loss, stress management issues, communication problems, parenting challenges and family harmony, positive identity development, past or present sexual, physical or emotional abuse, or other issues that affect your relationships with your partner or children.
Multi-Family sessions will begin Thursday, April 6, 2017. Each Group session will consist of 8-10 families. Please call 770-765-5424 for more info.