In the spirit of Women’s History Month, which was preceded by an amazing Black History Month, The Institute for Community Justice would like to keep that momentum going!

Join us on March 26, 2018 from 2:00 pm -3:30 pm at: The Institute for Community Justice. Contact 215-525-0460 for any questions about this event.

Bring your Wakandan enthusiasm and appreciation to an entirely new level at ICJ’s “Women of Wakanda: A Black Panther Panel Discussion,” where we’ll discuss the themes of black womanhood, representation, liberation and justice as explored through the Black Panther film.

Art from Hearts on a Wire & Prison Health News will be featured at this event.

We look forward to what we hope will be a rich discussion that will contribute to an understanding of the importance of representation within the media and culture as it relates to how we engage with ourselves and others, as well as a chance to improve the participation of communities in reentry based service work.

The panel features:

Jason LeVonn Richardson – Comic Artist, President & Founder of J1 Studios and J1-Con Anime & Gaming Expo
Jos Duncan – Multimedia Producer & Chief Storyteller at Love Now Media
Stephanie “Rhythm” Keene – Social Entrepreneur & Co-Founder, 3 black femmes Podcast
Assata Thomas – Director, Institute for Community Justice

Join us on March 26, 2018 from 2:00 pm -3:30 pm at: The Institute for Community Justice
1207 Chestnut St, 2nd. Floor, 
Philadelphia PA 19107

Contact 215-525-0460 for any questions about this event.

Art from Hearts on a Wire & Prison Health News will be featured at this event.

Respectfully, Jameil Johnson, He & Him

Digital Literacy and Community Outreach Fellow

Philadelphia FIGHT’s Institute for Community Justice

1207 Chestnut St, 2nd Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19107

tel. 215.525.8623 x410

fax.215.567.0431

jjohnson@fight.org

www.fight.org

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