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LET’S TALK MIAMI GARDENS OPEN FORUM & PANEL DISCUSSION

City of Miami Gardens Councilwoman Felicia Robinson, T.E.E.S.-Miami, The Girl Rethought Project, and The Brown Girls will have the pleasure of hosting the Let’s Talk Series. The free event takes place on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at the Betty T. Ferguson Recreational Complex, 3000 NW 199th St, Miami Gardens, Florida 33056. Let’s Talk will include breakout workshop sessions for teens and adults covering topics on social media, effective/positive communication and bullying. The close out Panel Discussion will discuss “Perception vs. Reality” and the underlying effects it has on our communities. The VIP panel consisting of special invited guests will be moderated by Hot 105’s Jill Tracey. Continental Breakfast and registration is from 9:00am-9:30am. Lunch will be served, in addition to door prize giveaways from Shea Moisture, Scout by Bungalow, Fredrick Francois, Koko’s Klosets and many more. This is a free event for teens & parents. All attendees must register online at www.LetsTalkMIA.EventBrite.com. Special guest community leaders, dignitaries, and elected officials will be present to share information with the attendees.

Let’s Talk Series seeks to engage our youth and the community in discussions that are necessary to promote positive growth, enrichment, and change through unity & collaborations, one series at a time. This kickoff event is being made possible by the support of Miami Gardens Councilwoman Felicia Robinson who understands that lasting change will come through the achievements of our children however guidance, understanding and conversations are necessary….“Let’s Talk”.

Press inquiries please contact Alison at LetsTalkMIA@Gmail.com or (786) 405-9189.

About Councilwoman Felicia Robinson
Ms. Robinson was elected to represent City of Miami Gardens, Residential Seat 4, in August of 2010. Ms. Robinson is lifelong educator, who chose the teaching profession because she believes that lasting change in a community must come through the achievements of our children.

About T.E.E.S. (Teens Exercising Extraordinary Success)
T.E.E.S., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, sponsors weekly Table Talk Sessions for Middle School and High School Students. Our goal is to empower youth to become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric of their communities. Focus is placed on personal worth, exercising sound decisions based on evidence, accountability for one’s actions and choices, and discussion of society’s mixed messages.

About The Girl Rethought Project
Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has a commitment to organizational and individual efforts that encourage diversity, innovation, entrepreneurship, integrity, leadership, and the celebration of one’s own uniqueness. The primary focus on the building of roadmaps to achieve success helps to ensure that excellence is no longer the exception, but the norm.

About The Brown Girls
The Brown Girls is a group of successful business women whose mission is to build their communities through upscale events that are connected to a purpose. The Brown Girls have coordinated and hosted several key events for the purposes of creating scholarship opportunities for minority women in South Florida through their Alma Mater Florida Memorial University.

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