The Black Pride Education Empowerment (BPEE) Series are programming - events
and activities, that support and/or build understanding of SGLTQ wholeness,
self-worth and resilience. BPEE Series’ efforts are centered in intersectionality
and social determinants of health and focus on three factors: capacity,
belonging and cultural/family.
Saturday, November 17th
Three Palms on Tulane Ave.
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2018 Celebrant, Host, Speakers, Panelist:
"I AM ... #Excellence!"
2017 BPEEtalks materials.
BPEE Board Members:
The BPEE Celebrant is a Black SGLTQ person (in New Orleans/Louisiana) that has empowered and inspired people to be whole - providing SGLTQ persons with examples (via the celebrant's life and/or actions) of growth, perseverance and excellence, while adding to the prestige of what it means to be Black and/or SGLTQ. This year's BPEE Celebrant is SGL woman and psychotherapist Danita Muse (LCSW). Ms. Muse will be honored at the 2018 BPEE Celebration - Nov. 17th @ Three Palms.
Don Evans, Michael Chancley, Michael Hubbard II, Vaughn Collins
Dr. Earnest Ricks, Joseph McCrory, Dr. Earl Benjamin, K. D. Monroe
A. Kenyatta Parks, Jasmine Davis, Deon Haywood, Shaquita Borden
Tela Love, Amanda Emily Smith, Blaze Edwards, Marco Iverson, and Wendi Cooper (not pictured)
The “BPEE Celebration: I am ... #Excellence” is an event centered in SGLTQ intersectionalities - highlighting SGLTQ #Excellence, while providing resources, experiences and info. that support resilience. The movie srceening -"This Little Light", is from 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. and the celebration - food, give-a-ways, speakers and DJ Hah Bruh are from 3:00 - 8:00 p.m. (click pics. below).
In anticipation of the BPEE Series' 2019 "I AM ...#EXCELLENCE!" campaign and the November 17th celebration @ Three Palms, the "I AM ... #EXCELLENCE!" frame is now on Facebook - type BPEE Series to pull it up. It looks best with a washed-out pic (edit your pic as needed). Try it out!
BPEE Series 2018 Supporters:
BPEE Series Board Members, Louisiana Department of Health STD/HIV Program and Duke of Orleans.