Check out this free youth leadership and Black History program

VIRGINIA BEACH — Students and parents are invited to attend a free youth leadership and Black History program at Green Run High School on Feb. 26 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

The program is part of Green Run High’s GMAC (Gentlemen Making a Change), The Golden Fold Movement and The Hampton Roads Committee of 200+ Men, and they are working together to present their fourth annual Youth Leadership Lecture Series.

The lecture series was named in honor of American education, Carter G. Woodson, the noted father of Black History Month, according to a news release from Positive Vibes Inc.

Each session presents three community leaders who share secrets and habits of success and service.
The lecture series is tailored for middle and high school youth and their parents.
The events are free and open to the public and are at Green Run High School, in the school’s media center.
Events are scheduled in February, March, April, and May on the fourth Tuesday of the month.

 

The first of their Carter G. Leadership Lecture Series, Lessons in History, features authors Jondalyn Holston and Eugene Holloman, who will tell stories of achievement and the lessons they have learned in their personal histories.

This event also features actress Margaret Bell who will reenact narratives of American freedom icons Sojourner Truth and Harriett Tubman.

For details contact: Seko Varner, 757-932-0177 or Info@ChooseSekoVarner.com or click here.

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