07. October 2019 - 7:30
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4th Annual Uplifting Men/Boys and Women/Girls of Color in California Conference 2019 - Two Day Convening on Monday 10.7.18 and Tuesday 10.8.18 | The California Endowment | Monday, 07. October 2019

What:
 2019 Community Intelligence and the Making Connections Network present:
 Conference Theme:
 4th Annual Uplifting Men and Boys & Women and Girls of Color in California Conference
 Conference Learning Goal & Objectives:
 Please consider joining us for a two-day conference focused on uplifting men/boys and women/girls of color in California.  This year the event has been expanded to encompass two days. 

Day One (10/7/19) will focus exclusively on uplifting Men/Boys of Color.
Day Two (10/8/19) will focus exclusively on uplifting Women/Girls of Color.  

 Like the 2017 & 2018 events, the goal of the two-day 2019 conference is to convene a diverse set stakeholders whose work is focused on uplifting men/boys and women/girls (MBOC/WGOC) of color. 
Conference Learning Objectives:
After participating in this conference attendees will be able to (1) describe and list key public health, mental health, and socioeconomic issues impacting men/boys and women/girls of color; (2) discuss barriers, challenges, and solutions for uplifting MBOC/WGOC of color; (3) describe and analyze opportunities to advance and uplift MBOC/WGOC and achieve  My Brothers’ Keeper/My Sister’s Keeper-related goals/objectives; (4) analyze strategic approaches to uplifting MBOC/WGOC; and, (5) evaluate and prioritize promising practices for uplifting MBOC/WGOC and accomplishing MBK-related objectives. 
 Who Should Attend?
 People/organizations working to uplift Men/Boys & Women/Girls of Color and My Brother’s Keeper should consider attending.  A continental breakfast and lunch will be served and snacks, tea and coffee will be available to registered attendees throughout the day.
 When:
 Monday October 7th, 2019 and Tuesday October 8th, 2019
 For more information: 
email 'intelligence@communityintelligence.org' or 'randalhenry@communityintelligence.org;