We Re-Member's Black History Month

 Anniversary Event


Happy 2021! 

We Re-Member is excited to celebrate our second anniversary and host our Black History Month Event!  This event will take place on Sunday, February 28th between 1pm-2:30pm PT via Zoom.

We are hosting a panel discussion exploring how Black people have created brave and safe spaces in hostile environments.  We have a phenomenal panel who have dedicated their efforts in creating awe-inspiring work in their communities. 

Our panel:

Valda Harris Montgomery, PhD, is a retired associate professor of the Clinical Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program at Alabama State University. She is a native of Montgomery, AL and earned degrees from Fisk University, Alabama State University, United States Sports Academy, and Auburn University. She is the second child of Richard and Vera Harris. Dr. Richard Harris was a pharmacist and owner of Dean Drug Store, one of the oldest black pharmacies in Montgomery. He was also a Tuskegee Airman. From May 21-24, 1961, Dr. Harris and his wife courageously opened their home to the Freedom Riders and many civil rights leaders as a safe haven for rest and strategic planning. In 2006, she successfully sought historic recognition in the form of a marker for the Harris House and is in the process of opening the family home to tourists. Dr. Montgomery has documented her childhood memories of the Civil Rights Movement in a book, “Just A Neighbor”, which highlights the relationship of her family and that of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Ernest Johnson is the Director of Ubuntu Village NOLA and co-founder of One More Time Social and Pleasure Club. He is a community member for the Criminal Justice Council and serves on the Foundation for Louisiana Truth Racial Healing and Transformation Advisory Committee. Mr. Johnson's work is rooted in the community from the street corner body to elected officials with the same value for humanity for all.

Calvin Duncan is a Legal expert, Prison Reform Advocate with over two decades of experience as inmate counsel at Angola Prison.

Maurice Lee, Founder of Kromanti Experience
Kromanti Experience is a cultural tour company which educates people about the rich history of the Maroon community and culture in Jamaica.

Founded by Maurice Lee in 2015, the company provides cultural tours to Moore Town in. Portland, Jamaica, famous for being one of the original Maroon communities where Black people fought for and maintained their freedom from British enslavement. It's also home to Jamaica's national hero, Queen Nanny, the fearless leader who defeated the British many times to keep the Maroons safe. Maurice shares his wealth of knowledge to visitors teaching them about life in this extremely resilient community.

Join us and hear more about our panelist's experiences and how they are out here doing the work! We promise that this is an event you don't want to miss! Plus, we are celebrating our second anniversary!

Register below!



We Re-Member is recruiting! Indeed, it's that time again! We are recruiting for our Winter Mentoring Cohort. If you are a young adult new to activism and looking for some mentoring and want to develop your political engagement, please reach out to us! 

Wishing you all a great Black History Month and we look forward to seeing you at our event on February 28th!

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