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  The Last African Worldviews Session - Open Table Discussion.

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When: 2024-06-08 12:00:00: Saturday June 8, 2024 (12:00 PM - 3:00 PM) - EDT (America/New York)
Duration: 3 hours
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Online: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84428606485

Responses: 4 plan to attend · 0 maybe · 1 declined

The Last African Worldviews Session - Open Table Discussion.  - June 8, 2024
Open table discussion.

We look forward to hear your viewpoint.

Event Type: Community

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Podcast/radio Shows

"Getting to the root of trauma - With Psychotherapist Kimberly-Anne Evans"

In this series we will be conversing with professionals from different industries, discussing their journey on how they became 'The Professionals You Should Know.

Today we sat down with Kimberly-Anne Evans who is a Psychotherapist. She sat with us to share her personal journey leading her down the path to her career today, and why she chose to specialise in childhood sexual abuse alongside anxiety and depression. She is doing such good work in her field and we are excited to share such an insightful episode with you all.

R3 Physiotherapy: Getting to the root of trauma - With Psychotherapist Kimberly-Anne Evans

Book Suggestions

"The Tragedy of White Injustice"

Garvey wrote this "epic poem" in 1927 while in an Atlanta prison.

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Yaoundé is the economic capital of the republic of Cameroon. The city of Yaoundé is a place to be as the inhabitants are very welcoming. The town of Samuel Etoo fils the legendary footballer who has not only made Cameroon proud but Africa at large.There are beautiful sites worth visiting such as the waza park and the national museum. Yaoundé is the economic capital of the republic of Cameroon. The city of Yaoundé is a place to be as the inhabitants are very welcoming. The town of Samuel Etoo fils the legendary footballer who has not only made Cameroon proud but Africa at large.There are beautiful sites worth visiting such as the waza park and the national museum.




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"New African Woman"

The New African Woman offers intelligent, in-depth and inspirational features, news and visuals on a diverse range of issues that truly speak to and resonate with the modern Black woman. With expert analysis, insights and thought-leader interviews and OpEds, we celebrate every black woman’s diverse accomplishment and aspirations in all spheres.

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