Tomorrow is a very special day in Black America. It is a day that you will want to share with your children, loved ones, church members, and even local politicians. It is a day when some of the sharpest minds in Black America will converge to present concrete, directly implementable ideas for positive change in our families and communities. Tomorrow A New Paradigm for Black America
, a national community forum designed to deliver action-oriented plans for strengthening wealth, education, family, and community in Black America, will make its second stop in New York.
Fortunately, no matter what may be preventing you from joining us at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, NY tomorrow, you too will be able to take advantage of this rare occasion. I’ve arranged for the event to be shared with people in the network at the lowest price possible, so that we can both share knowledge from world-leading scholars, and also finance the other stops of the tour, which will proceed throughout the country. We don’t have billions of dollars like government officials, but we are doing all we can to utilize socially-conscious business models to share knowledge and information that might create a better future for our children.
This weekend, the Your Black World Network is allowing you to pre-order your copy of the forthcoming DVD titled A New Paradigm for Black America – Brooklyn
, which features an all-star line-up of scholars and media professionals in an intriguing panel discussion. The panelists are:
- Dr. Cornel West
- Dr. Marc Lamont Hill
- Dr. Imani Perry
- Dr. Christopher Emdin
- S. Tia Brown
- Tiara Williams
Moderated by political science expert Dr. Wilmer Leon, A New Paradigm for Black America – Brooklyn will feature exclusive interviews with the panelists and behind the scenes footage of the event. Purchasing this film brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in creating positive change in Black America right into your living room. Click here to purchase this historical film now.
Remember, as Dr. Wilmer Leon says, “Black leadership doesn’t start with the people you see on TV or politicians on Capital Hill. Black leadership actually starts in your living room.”
Until we meet again, be strong, be blessed, and be educated and thank you for reading this message.
Dr. Boyce Watkins