Join us for an evening of real talk about black masculinity, vulnerability, love, intimacy and faith from two relevant and insightful voices.
Robert Dortch, an emerging photographer and prophetic voice, and Stacy Hawkins Adams, noted, multi-published author, will discuss Robert’s recent “Black Man’s Quilt” exhibit and what it takes for a black man to weave his way through life, faith, fatherhood and love in today’s world.
This important conversation will take place Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia. Free Admission.
A reception will follow the program. Register Here
A Black Man’s Quilt
February 19, 2020
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
The Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia
122 W. Leigh St.
Richmond, Va. 23220
Details: (804) 780-9093
Presented by The Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia and the BND Institute of Media and Culture, Inc.
Sponsors include MLH Assets Management, LP and Teshana Gipson