A Man's Role Workshop Series (Virtual and Chicago In-Person)
A Man's Role Workshop Series (Virtual and Chicago In-Person)
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A Man’s Role Workshop Series

“When you are a man, think things through and then take responsibility for your decisions.  No decision comes without challenges. On any path you take, you must stand strong. The way you stand will be justified by the ends.”

- Baba Amza Tchadjobo

For many years, the concepts of manhood and womanhood have been warped to suit modern ideologies. Many men, for the sake of going along to get along, have suppressed their masculine nature to fit changing values.

This workshop series aims to restore pride and direction to the traditional role of men in our families, communities and especially our own lives.

Men only please

3 Part Series: 

$20 per workshop - zoom ticket or in person

$50 for all 3 workshops

Zoom link will be emailed prior to workshop start date.

In Person location:

3829 S Lake Park Ave
Chicago, IL 60653
773-359-4160

Part 1: Manhood - Cultivating the Self

Healthy people build a healthy world. The change we want to see in the world starts with the work we are each doing to improve ourselves. This first workshop focuses on holistic solutions for mental, physical and spiritual wellness.

Saturday, April 20, 2024, 10am - 1pm


Part 2: Brotherhood - Building Our Communities

How can we harness our collective strength in building the world we want to see? Envision must consider and the social traps we must avoid in organizing our families and neighborhoods to ensure our children’s healthy evolution. 

Saturday, May 25, 2024, 10am - 1pm


Part 3: Fatherhood - Securing Our Families

Let's talk about our relationships within our families as husbands and family fathers. What can we learn from our forefathers' culture to lead our family units towards better health and harmony? 

Saturday, June 15, 2024, 10am - 1pm