State of Black Relationships Panel: National Action Network Convention in DC (PHOTO DIARY)
Love and relationships without the drama?
Last week I was honored to attend and speak in Washington DC at the National Action Network’s “State of Black Relationships Summit.” The conference was organized by Reverend Al Sharpton and took place at the Washington Convention Center.
We discussed love, sex, dating and relationships. Themes included single black women, African American fathers, the gay community, teen girl empowerment, self-love and more. The panel was moderated by Jamie Foster Brown of Sister 2 Sister Magazine. My co-panelists were Demetria Lucas, Darian Morgan aka “Big Tigg,” therapist Maya Hart and Derrick L. Briggs of ADTV. There was also a great conversation with the audience.
I’ll be sharing a video episode soon of the panel and experience, but in the meanwhile, here are photos from the event.
Meanwhile, here’s a recent talk in Brooklyn, New York…
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