Is your faith institution, school, social club, etc. looking for that special opportunity to raise money and/or consciousness? Does the idea of something educational and informational excite you? Well, if the answer is “yes” than consider the presentations and workshops below. And remember, these are just the tip of the iceberg, there are many more and all can be tailored to your unique needs.
To your journey!
Minister Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. : Were Their Struggles The Same?
This presentation delves into the lives of Malcolm and Martin and where many see them at opposite ends of the perspective, it is made clear that they had much in common. Both were killed at the age of 39, both had fathers that were ministers, and both went through transformations that broadened their outlook on life and resulted in common objectives.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Phases One and Two of His Life.
Unfortunately to many Dr. King will always remain the man who delivered “I Have a Dream” at the March on Washington in 1963. Period. He went on to live another 5 years, years that were filled with growth opportunities and a broadening of his outlook on life. From his opposition to the war in Viet Nam to a call for the redistribution of wealth, Dr. King went far and beyond “I Have a Dream.”
Wellness: More Than the Absence of Illness
It is a commonly held belief that many take better care of their car than they do of themselves. Cars are washed and waxed along with being provided with regular oil changes. For certain, there are those who neglect proper preventive maintenance and run their cars until they break down. And so it is with humans some maintain their health while the majority fail miserably. The audience’s participation in this workshop serves to motivate them to embrace wellness; the process of continuously striving towards one’s level of optimal health.
Cultural Competence: Gaining a Competitive Edge
The ever changing demographics of the USA can be viewed negatively or positively depending on how an individual or institution is positioned. Change is inevitable…growth is optional. This experiential workshop will equip all in attendance with the skills to better understand self and the factors responsible for present outlooks on life; a life filled with ever growing examples of diversity and change. In a real sense there are no ‘negatives,’ just developmental opportunities that come with diversity. indeed, ours is to seek diversity but to discern what keeps us from experiencing it and all it has to offer.