Black Minds Matter Drop-in Group
An opportunity for students to discuss current events that affect the black community. This group will be hybrid: in person and zoom.
Guest speaker Ross Nyanga will be presenting a program about coupled relationships in the black community from a black male perspective.
Ross Nyanga is African-Centered Mental Health and Community worker who focuses on developing community spaces for Black Mental Wellness. Ross is the founder of Nyanga Consulting, LLC as well as Intersections of Being Life Coaching. Ross has worked within the Black Bay Area community as a clinician, advocate, and community builder for over fifteen years. Today, Ross partners with multiple Black owned and operated organizations committed to the improved wellness and health of the Black community in the Oakland-Bay Area region.
All students are welcome to join this event in person at Oakes 223 or on the Zoom link below. For more information contact Jackie Rabouin at 831-459-2220.
Wednesday, March 1 at 2:00pm