Little Brother is co-hosting a Twitter chat with online publication The Good Men Project this Wednesday, February 4 at 9pmEST with special guest Roosevelt Mitchell III, M.ED, aka @DisabledScholar. Join us at #GoodMenChat as we discuss the perils and solutions on the topic “Real Lessons on Special Education and African American Boys.” Also, please visit […]
Little Brother Film Consultant Dr. Raymond Winbush will moderate a discussion at Fisk University’s Jubilee Hall on Thursday, September 18, 2014, 5:30pm. Screening that evening will be Little Brother: Things Fall Apart (Chapter 1 – Camden, NJ) and Little Brother: The Street (Chapter 2 – Chicago, IL).
On Thursday, February 27, 2014 President Barack Obama took a bold new step by using his authority in this nation’s executive office to announce “a new initiative with leading foundations and businesses that will take a collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach to build ladders of opportunity and unlock the full potential of boys and young men of […]
Los Angeles Campus of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Black Student Union Recognizes Black History Month: Documentary Film & Discussion Little Brother February 8, 2014 12-1:30 p.m. Address: 617 W. 7th St., Los Angeles, CA 90017 RSVP Required: LittleBrotherFilm@gmail.com This event will be moderated by Jarvis Sams of the Los Angeles Student Circle of the Association of […]
Thank you, Dorothy Nins and the community of Greenwich, CT for an inspiring evening talking conflict and resolution with our Little Brothers as a guide. First Selectman of the Town of Greenwich Peter Tesei helped introduce the evening. We had an extremely receptive audience and inspiring conversation. We closed the evening by awarding a generous […]