Ṣ Teens Making A Change
February 14, 2018
"The goal is to celebrate African Heritage Month and to show all youth how a single change can and has impacted yesterday, today and tomorrow.," says Jessica.
Teens Making A Difference ~ Together, We Made Her~History!
A powerful and innovative event held at the Halifax Central Library, Paul O’Regan Hall hosted by Teens Now Talk, =ITY Society, and Halifax Central Library.
Event Keynote Speaker and facilitator, Jessica Bowden, M.S.M. ~ CEO of Teens Now Talk magazine and Founder of =ITY,(equality) Inspiring Today’s Youth Society, empowered, engaged and inspired over 100 youth, their parents and chaperones to be agents of positive change in their lives and their community.
“The goal is to celebrate African Heritage Month and to show all youth how a single change can and has impacted yesterday, today and tomorrow.,” says Jessica. “I believe in being proactive when I see smoke, no force to react when I see fire,” says Jessica. Today’s youth are putting up S.O.S signal and they need to know people can read the signs.”
Special thank you goes to the powerful YOUTH and their parents and chaperones, performers Yohan Black, Kayley Dixon, Soli Productions, Ashanti Drummers, Program Cover Artwork- Sa’mgwan the Artist, special guest The Honourable Toni Ince, Minister of African Nova Scotia Affairs and the Public Service Commission and HRM Deputy Mayor Waye Mason, the TNT & =ITY teen team, Kyheem, Davanna, Jai’lyn and Brianna, Nicole Holland and Brendan Lyle, event coordinator and team, Jessica Bowden M.S.M., Teens Now Talk, Halifax Central Library ~ Nicole Rosenow-Redhead, and Heather MacKenzie ~ Diversity Services, TD and Halifax Public Libraries www.halifaxpubliclibraries.ca
Photo gallery CLICK HERE – http://teensnowtalk.com/pics/event-pics/teens-make-differen Enjoy, share with all your friends and comment to tell us your views.
Thank you for helping us make the changes.