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Community Healing Conversations SM --open, truthful, loving conversations aimed at helping Black people overcome the myth of Black inferiority—to see ourselves in “a whole new light.” Community Healing Conversations is sponsored by Community Healing Network, Inc. (CHN), a growing group of Black people and organizations working to put “time for healing” at the top of our community’s agenda—through the annual celebration of Community Healing Days on the third weekend of every October. Our goal is to make this the decade of emotional emancipation for Black people. www.communityhealingnet.org. *Interview times are EST

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A conversation between Tarice Gray, writer and the newest member of the Community Healing Network board, and CHN president Enola Aird, about the Community Healing Days movement and the next steps for CHN in its quest to... more

A conversation with Community Healing Network board members Dr. Natalie Roche and Jill Snyder about how you can take a stand for emancipation from the myth of Black inferiority during Community Healing Days, October 15, 16, and 17.

Coming up next: more perspectives on the need for healing in the Black community. Join us on Monday, July 26, at 6 pm Eastern time, for a talk with Trina Nicholson, a local leader in the community healing movement in the... more

Join us on Monday, June 28, at 6 pm Eastern time, as we begin a series of conversations with community leaders sharing their perspectives on why Black people urgently need a movement for emotional healing and renewal. Our guest... more

Join us on Monday, May 31, 2010 at 6 pm Eastern time for a conversation about the growing movement to put “time for healing” on the Black community’s agenda. Our guest will be Sheila Warren, founder of People Celebrating People and... more

Community Healing Conversations Open, truthful, and loving conversations aimed at helping us overcome the myth of Black inferiority—to see ourselves in “a whole new light.” Monday, April 26, 2010 Our Topic: “How the Black Church Can Help... more

Asadah Kirkland, author of “Beating Black Kids,” a book about the importance of not beating our children. The African American community has the highest reported incidents of family violence in the United States—another devastating... more

Spokesperson, National Mental Health Campaign for the African American Community and author of Black Pain: It Just Looks Like We’re Not Hurting.Terrie M. Williams, one of Ebony magazine’s “Power 150” for Activism and... more

Tom Burrell is a marketing and communications pioneer and Advertising Hall of Fame inductee. He is credited with revolutionizing the image of African Americans in television. In his new book, Brainwashed, he shows how the myth of Black... more

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