Close Out Black Futures Month in Baton Rouge with These Events!

MetroMorphosis Newsletters

Baton Rouge is closing out Black Futures Month with
several meaningful opportunities.
Read below to get involved!

In case you missed it, 19 local change agents provided their perspective on critical areas impacting the lives of Black people in Baton Rouge.

These writings make up the first issue of MetroMorphosis’ latest publication: Building a Better Baton Rouge: Critical Areas Series. Our writers explored topics ranging from education and place to leadership and philanthropy.

If you haven’t already, download your copy today!

Events to Attend

Chief Executive Catalyst and organizational co-lead Raymond A. Jetson has been selected by the TedX Scotlandville team to present this Saturday, February 25th amongst eight other dynamic speakers including Urban Leadership Development Initiative fellow and Principal of the Maxine Firm, Ellen McKnight Hill.

The TedX Scotlandville team invites you to join them for a FREE event with lunch provided.

Click below to register. 

Hear Them Speak

The 225 Fest team invites you and the entire family to join them for the inaugural 225 Fest kicking off in downtown Baton Rouge at N. Fourth St. & the Capital Park Museum.

The event will feature food trucks, live performances, an art walk, panel discussions, kids activities and more!

Attend 225 Fest

The My Brother’s Keeper Baton Rouge Community Action Summit will be held on Monday, February 27th at the EBR Main Library from 9am to 1pm.

If you are committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of boys and young men of color in our community, The MBK team wants you there.

Click the button to register!

Attend the Summit

The Advancement Project’s Justice Project to celebrate Black love, perseverance and excellence in the face of systemic racism and incarceration with a partial screening of Academy Award-nominated documentary “Time”. Following the screening will be a discussion featuring authors Fox & Rob.

The Power Coalition for Equity and Justice will be hosting a screening of the 1619 project on Tuesday February 28th at 5:30 p.m.

Get Involved

Aging While Black is a new platform designed to build community, elevate stories and promote living our best lives while growing older as a Black person in America.

Learn more and get involved by clicking the button!

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