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    African American Family Gathering
    Posted on 01/19/2017
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    AFRICAN AMERICAN FAMILY GATHERING
    FOR THOSE WHO LOVE AFRICAN AMERICAN CHILDREN

    Washington Hall,
    153 14th Ave,
    Seattle, 98122

    January 24, 2017
    6:00pm – 8:30pm 

    A CONVERSATION WITH R. EDWIN NICHOLS, PHD
    Dr. Edwin Nichols is working with families and communities to equip every child to succeed. He will share practical information and tools to help us nourish the brilliance of our children. He will explain the role of culture in how we process and learn, as well as explain cultural values and differences. Dr. Edwin Nichols is a clinical/industrial psychologist and Director of Nichols and Associates, an applied behavioral science firm in Washington, DC.

    SPECIAL PRESENTATION BY
    AMERICAN HISTORY TRAVELING MUSEUM: UNSPOKEN TRUTHS 

    FOOD AND ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN! 

    For more information contact: Emijah Smith at ashantimichai@gmail.com 
    or Kristopher Green at kristopher@eastafricans.org

    Village of Hope, South King County Discipline Coalition, American History Travelling Museum: Unspoken Truths, Central and Southeast Executive Directors of Seattle Public Schools, Community, and Families made this event possible.

    Click here to Download the Brochure