Black Males is a platform for black men of all ages and backgrounds to ask and
candidly respond to questions that are rarely discussed in public. Question
Bridge: A Dialogue Amongst Men aims to represent and redefine the black male’s
identity in America. We invite established and emerging black males in the
community to discuss concepts of Understanding Black Masculinity,
Marginalization, Provide & Protect: The role of Black Men in today’s World,
and the Powers of Communication. This is a challenge to dismantle communication
boundaries between the generations while exploring the identity and
socio-economic issues as a model for understanding the complexity of being a
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Kendall D. Moore. Mr. Moore is a weekly radio host who show’s content
includes national and local politics, community mobilization, arts and
Lecture Dr. T. Hasan Johnson: Assistant Professor at Fresno State.
Ph.D. in Cultural Studies Department. M.A. degree in African –American Studies.
B.A. degrees in Philosophy and Africana Studies.
Lecture Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu: Has been a guest speaker at most
universities throughout the U.S., and has been a consultant to most urban school
districts. He has authored 36 books including national best sellers, Black
Students: Middle Class Teachers; Keeping Black Boys Out of Special Education; An
African Centered Response to Ruby Payne’s Poverty Theory; Raising Black Boys and
Understanding Black Male Learning Styles.
Panelists also include:
George Bailey: A faculty member in the English Department of Columbia
College Chicago. He teaches Writing and Rhetoric I and II, and American
Literature in that department as well. He has develop’ed courses titles such as
“The Slave Narrative as Documentary,” “Blues as literature,” and Postmodern
Black Culture,” “Graphic Narrative: Words, Image, and Visual Culture.
Green: is a young entrepreneur from the south side of Chicago.
Brown: National President Young Leaders Alliance is a coalition of
leaders, accepting the challenge of changing our communities by assuming the
role of leadership, addressing the issues and ills facing our generation.
“Kwesi” Harris: Is widely known for his dedication to engage, embrace,
educate, enlighten, empower, and encourage African Males to succeed against the
odds. As Director of the African American Male Resource Center of Chicago State
University (CSU), his skilled approach has resulted in one of the highest
African American male student retention rates in University history.
Jaji: Artistic Director of eta Creative Arts Foundation, Theater
Director, Playwright, Performer, Acting Coach and Poet. The QUESTION BRIDGE:
Black Males Exhibition and Programming is sponsored by Allstate
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