LA EVENTS: The Black Experience in a White 9-5
Sponsored by Message Media Ed
· April 16, 2013
There’s a Facebook friend of mine that I’ve admired from a distance for some time named Shani Byard. My brother-friend DJ A-ski told me to awhile back to connect with this woman as she and I have much in common regarding the work we do. Shani is the founder/executive director of Message Media Ed: School of Black Leadership in the Digital Age. Often, Shani posts events that Message Media Ed is hosting and this week’s event is one I could not resist sharing. I’m doing to my very best to be in the house for this:
Message Media Ed’s Community Bridge Initiative and Monthly Lecture Series present… The Black Experience in a White 9-5″ featuring special guest Writer and Producer of the web series, “the Unwritten Rules,” Kim Williams!
Join us for a screening and interactive chat with Kim about the many nuances African Americans experience in a White dominated corporate company. Funny, enlightening, reflective stuff!
Thursday, April 18, 2013
@Message Media Ed
4923 W. Adams Blvd. LA 90016
Investment: $5 (Free for MME Members)
RSVP 323-708-2526 or email@example.com
Message Media Ed’s Community Bridge Initiative is sponsored in part by The Village Health Foundation and LA County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas.
Message Media Ed – School of Black Leadership in the Digital Age is the only Afro-Media Literacy professional development training center in the nation! We train Black and non-Black youth, adults, seniors, educators and leaders to become 21st Century visionaries, transcend media stereotypes, cultivate interracial understanding and close digital divides within Black communities and throughout institutions, non-profit organizations, businesses and learning spaces serving Black youth.