Black Men Tea Talk Tuesday

Black Men Tea Talk Tuesday

Black Men’s Tea Talk Tuesdays BMTTT aims to connect cisgender Black Men of various generations to meet.

About this Event

A healing space for Black Men to get familiar. Limited to just 20 men for a 3-week session. Black Men’s Tea Talk Tuesdays BMTTT aims to connect cisgender Black Men of various generations to meet. During these meetings, we’ll discuss topics from the book “Question Bridge: Black Males in America” to dive deep into the divinity of Black manhood.

This is a FREE activity. We’ll have tea including some special locally-sourced tea. While we will have sweeteners including some fabulous honey available, we ask that you bring your own sweeteners.

RICH CITY Gallery

1500c Macdonald Ave. Richmond, CA 94801

Week 1 Tuesday, April 12, 6pm – 8pm

Week 2 Tuesday, April 19, 6pm – 8pm

Week 3 Tuesday, April 26, 6pm – 8pm

Week 3 Tuesday, May 3, 6pm – 8pm

Limited to the first 20 men who reply to the Eventbrite link.

For more information email info@richcityrides.org or call Non-Profit (510) 288-0944.

To keep this movement going kindly make a tax-deductible donation to Rich City by way of our fiscal agent Urban Tilth here: Donate to RICH CITY

Question Bridge: Black Males in America

Authored by Deborah Willis. Edited By Deborah Willis and Natasha L. Logan.

Question Bridge assembles a series of questions posed to Black men, by and for other Black men, along with the corresponding responses and portraits of the participants. The questions range from the comic to the sublimely philosophical: from “Am I the only one who has problems eating chicken, watermelon, and bananas in front of white people?” to “Why is it so difficult for Black American men in this culture to be themselves, their essential selves, and remain who they truly are?” The answers tackle the issues that continue to surround Black male identity today in a uniquely honest, no-holds-barred manner. While the ostensible subject is Black men, the conversation that evolves in these pages is ultimately about the nature of living in a post-Obama, post-Ferguson, post–Voting Rights Act America. Question Bridge is about who we are and what we mean to one another. Most critically, it asks: how can we start to dismantle the myths and misconceptions that have evolved around race and gender in America—how can we reset the narrative about ourselves?

The founding artists, along with contributions from Ambassador Andrew Young, Jesse Williams, Rashid Shabazz, and Delroy Lindo, will introduce and contextualize the body of the work and provide closing remarks on our current and future social climate.

 

Date

Apr 21 2022
Expired!

Time

8:00 am - 6:00 pm
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