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From Black Boys to Black Men

And the Fear that Brings

The focus of this webinar is from the Black boy’s perspective; what it’s like to go from that precious chubby-cheeks child to a young man now seen as a threat.

In this webinar, The Cradle’s Our Children initiative brings together a panel of Generation Z and Millennial males to discuss their transition from a young boy to a young man and the fear that brings to many people. The panelists share experiences from when they first realized that they were viewed differently than their White counterparts. They share their fears and the things that Black boys and young men must be mindful of as they go through life at school or hanging out with friends.

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This webinar was offered live August 27, 2020. Once purchased, you will launch the recorded webinar from the link in your account page.

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Glenn Murray

Glenn founded 220 Holdings, blogged for NBC Chicago Street Teams, contributed to 360 Magazine, blogged “Stop, Look, Listen”, for, contributed to “The Entrepreneur Within You” book series and wrote “You Wrote It, Now Go Sell It, A Marketing and Promotions Guide for Authors in A Few Simple Steps”.

He co-founded G-Rose Productions produces the unscripted series Making Love Better Twogether and Live From the Cave.

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Jerimiah Boyd-Johnson

Jerimiah Boyd-Johnson is a young community leader on Chicago’s South Side. He currently attends Eastern Illinois University on a communications scholarship and holds a 3.8 GPA. He has a double major in Criminal Justice and Political Science with a minor in Pre-Law. His extra-curricular activities include: Vice-President of The Black Student Union, Co-Captain of the Speech Team, and a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

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Jason Jaleal Maymon

Jason Jaleal Maymon is a junior at Florida State University, majoring in Political Science with a minor in International Affairs. He was born and raised on the South Side of Chicago until the age of 12. He moved to Harlem, NY, and lived there throughout middle school and most of high school until moving to St. Petersburg, FL during his senior year. He plans to pursue a career in the non-profit sector after college.

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Schan Parker

Schan Parker is a 20 year old attending Kennedy-King College, studying culinary arts and psychology. Throughout his life he has experienced homelessness, mental and physical abuse; his hardships have made him a survivor and a leader. He is known for his outstanding leadership and confidence, and thinks it’s vital that we learn from our past so we don’t repeat the same mistakes. After college he wants to pursue a career as a private chef and also mentor youth in Chicago.

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Brinaro White

Brinaro is 16 and a junior at Brother Rice High School. Born and raised on the South Side of Chicago, he will soon relocate to the Beverly neighborhood with his dad and step-mom. Of African-American and Belizean heritage, he considers it an immense blessing to visit his grandparents every Christmas break in Belize. He wants to pursue a career in entrepreneurship because he believes in starting and building something of his own. He also enjoys playing basketball and squash.

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Marcell Darius Moore

Marcell is 17 and a senior at Mather High School in Chicago. He has a passion for music, especially bass guitar, and he is the creator of a band in which he and his musically inclined friends play at most school events. He has been acting in school plays since the 6th grade which has fueled aspirations for acting and modeling. He loves living in Chicago and also loves helping people in his community and is involved with the community organization After School Matters.

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