“The third installment of a groundbreaking event series launched in 2010, this year’s “Black Male Re-Imagined” will feature timely discussions that explore how Black men and women are portrayed in the mainstream, with a particular focus on issues such as: dissecting media coverage of police violence against Black people; the intersection and inclusion of issues facing Black men, women, gay and trans people; the disparities in attention and action focused on Black women victims of systemic and domestic violence; exploring Black Masculinity (with a panel sponsored by Mic); the relationships between Black fathers and daughters; the power of the arts in driving social change and activism, and more.”

Beginning at 2 pm, a live-stream of the program will be available! WATCH IT HERE

Additional information can be found at the Black Male Achievement website.