Sat, 04/30/2016 - 3:30pm - 6:30pm

A barber shop conversation on how to reckon with our own kin, and how do we respond when the rapist is not ex-police officer Daniel Holtzclaw or White at all.
“But how many black men mobilized against rape within black communities? How many black men chose to, instead, shame black women into silence? How many black men tasked black women with hiding their own victimization from the eyes of society in order to protect the black men doing the victimizing?” - Ahmad Greene-Hayes

Saturday, April 30, 2016 | 3:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Twins Barber Shop 74A Fourth Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11217
(3 blocks from the Barclay Center Stadium)


Wed, 05/04/2016 (All day)

***PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT (5/4) HAS BEEN POSTPONED due to an emergency. Please keep a look out for the new date~***

Michelle Nickens joins CONNECT and St. Mark’s Church In-The-Bowery for a performance of“Running Days are Done” - an engaging, thought provoking dramatic presentation based on collected interviews with women survivors of sexual abuse.

During the performance, playwright/actress Michelle Nickens brings to life the voices of disparate women who defy cookie-cutter notions of victimization – they are fully dimensional and fully human, telling the stories of their lives with courage, honesty, and even humor. As they share their stories, we begin to recognize ourselves in them, to think, to feel, to sort through, and even to celebrate.

Date & Time TBA

St. Mark’s Chruch In-The-Bowery

131 East 10th Street

New York, NY 10003

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Sat, 05/07/2016 - 10:00am - 5:00pm

In the spirit of renewal and rebirth, CONNECT’s Radical Wellness Program is offering another installment of our popular lecture and workshop with Nkem Ndefo designed for community workers, advocates, organizers, teachers, social workers, caregivers, helpers and healers who struggle with self-care.

On Friday, May 6th Nkem Ndofo will lead a lecture on embodied healing and cultural transformation specifically discussing: *Why justice and healing go hand-in-hand *A powerful healing tool that addresses the root of our health conditions and community challenges *How to deal with the stress of daily life in the midst of racism, gender violence and economic distress

On Saturday, May 7th join an experiential workshop where you’ll understand why you get stuck and learn some concrete steps that will help you break down your resistance and tap into your body’s deep well of healing and wisdom.

Friday, May 6, 2016, 6-8:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 7, 2016, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

CONNECT Office, 127 W. 127th St. Suite 432, Harlem, NY 10027