You're cordially invited to Coffee, Tea, and Mental Health, presented by Empower You Edutainment! Get ready to unwind, connect, and enlighten your mind. This event will take place on September 29, 2023, at 6:30 PM at Back to The Grind, located at 2575 University Ave. Join us for an evening filled with stimulating conversations, complimentary coffee and tea, and most importantly, an opportunity to break the stigma surrounding mental health. With entertainment, resources, and strategies to enhance your wellness, you won't want to miss this event!
The Coalition for Black Health and Wellness (CBHW) hosted Tea for the Soul: An African American Tea Party to uplift and encourage Black women in the Harambee Spirit.
Tea for the Soul was created to help Black women identify their untapped gifts and positive attributes. In addition to assisting them to overcome any mental health challenges they might be experiencing, Tea for the Soul will allow women to unwind and express themselves in a safe space. Tea for the Soul is designed to help those attending step back from their busy lives and slow down as they learn new ways to cope with stress.
Young Gifted and Black is a theatrical performance that includes singing, dancing, spoken word, and storytelling about Black History.
In celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday, Empower You Edutainment, Inland Southern Civil Rights Institute, African American Historical Society, NAACP Youth Council Riverside County Branch are honoring those who came before them through a theatrical performance called Young Gifted and Black featuring young talented youth from the Inland Empire. Young Gifted and Black present a theatrical performance that includes signing, dancing, spoken word, and storytelling about Black History.
Kwanzaa Event Recap
We would like to thank everyone who attended our Kwanzaa Family Healing and Wellness Retreat!
Unleashing the Divine Queen and King Within: The Healing Power of Feminine and Masculine Synergy.
Several Riverside-based cultural organizations are partnering to offer a dramatic history auto tour of key civil rights sites on Saturday, April 9. Participating organizations include the Museum of Riverside, the Spanish Town Heritage Foundation, the Center for Social Justice and Civil Liberties, Empower You Edutainment, and Inlandia Institute. - Robyn G. Peterson, Museum Director
Tour of Civil Rights Sites Highlights Riverside’s Extraordinary Histories
You are invited to a Virtual Play. When: Dec 12, 2020 Time: 7:00pm Topic: Riverside County NAACP Youth Council Virtual Play Silent Tears Register in advance for this webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_qDr8qyvzTGKlO_qTVPyItA After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Thank you Parkview Community Hospital for your partnership! Watch some highlights of our Stress Workshop!
The Air Quality Short-Film contest engages the community in civic engagement via the arts to showcase the impacts of poor air quality on health and ways to counteract poor air quality within the Inland Empire. The contest is sponsored by the Engagement Resource Collaborative (ERC), led by the College of Engineering, Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CE-CERT), and the Center for Healthy Communities (CHC)
Winners Announced in Air Quality Short-Film Contest
Congratulations to Empower You Edutainment and Riverside County NAACP Youth Council
Celebrate Black History Month... Plan ahead to Zoom into Untold Stories of our Past, on February 28 at 6:30 pm, presented by Empower You Edutainment, a Riverside-based support provider. Empower You Edutainment provides various services to our community, including empowerment workshops, educational training, mentoring, and visual and performing arts classes. Register here to attend the presentation.
February 28, 2022
Virtual Link https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xL8kTp5LTyuhFmZtn3K55Q
For additional information call 213 359-8639