E4 Campaign – Educational and Economic Equity in Englewood

E4 CAMPAIGN

“The Young Women’s Project for Educational and Economic Equity in Englewood”

The purpose of E4 is to conduct community conversations with young women ages 18-24 who reside in Englewood on educational and economic barriers, opportunities and innovations.

One Day, Two Events!!! For Parents and Girls…

ONE DAY, TWO EVENTS!!!

Saturday, February 27, 2016

10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Agape Community Center, 342 W. 111th, Chicago, IL

CALLING ALL PARENTS
Join us for our annual Parent Breakfast. Come meet and greet other parents in the community and learn more about our upcoming Spring/Summer programs for 7th-8th grade and high school girls. *BONUS: We’ll also raffle off one gift certificate for $50 off our Summer Leadership Tour.* Parents, register below.

CALLING ALL TEEN GIRLS 13-19
Got questions? Well, the “brothers” have answers. Join us for our “Brothers Speak” session. Come participate in an open forum with a panel of young and older men from various backgrounds to discuss their perceptions of women, sex, abstinence, dating, beauty, relationships, expectations, and marriage. Present questions for the panel to address from a “male perspective.” To register, click here.Brothers Speak_Revised (UPDATED)

*BOTH EVENTS ARE FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC*

 

Hey, Girls! Is Marriage Still a Reality?

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Join us this Saturday, October 24, 2015 for our “Love Conference pt.2”.

*Hear from our panel of married couples from newlyweds to those married 30 years and up.

*Be a designer for a day! Design your own wedding dress.

*To wait or not to wait? Is there really beauty in waiting? What are some of the benefits? Come and here the story of someone who chose to wait.

9:30am-1:30pm
Agape Community Center
342 W. 111th St., Chicago, IL

Register below: