WOMEN AND GIRLS OF COLOR CONFERENCE – “TEEN PREGNANCY: BREAKING THE CYCLE” HOSTED BY NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN (NCNW)
Aquanna R. Hansley
The National Council of Negro Women –Austin Section will host the Women and Girls of Color Conference on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the LifeWorks Center, 835 North Pleasant Valley Road, Austin, TX 78702 (near Austin Community College – Eastview Campus). Onsite child care, refreshments, and a light lunch will be provided.
The focus will…
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I love to share stories of people in our community who make things happen. They see a need and the next thing you know a festival is born. I wanted to find out about the East Austin Community Festival and how Shametra McGregor is making it come together.
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There is a new play starting in Austin on November 8th playing through November 9th. The play is called 2nd Sunday, Playing For Keeps. The play comes from the book writtten by Austinite Tanisha Hooks. We have had the opportunity to interview not only Tanisha but the director and actors. We will be sharing those interviews with you throughout the next couple of weeks. We wanted to find out more…
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