I Am A Queen to host Fatherless Daughter Community Forum this Saturday at the International Civil Rights Center & Museum
I Am A Queen continues its efforts in having tough conversations with teen girls by coordinating the third annual Fatherless Daughter Community Forum. The event will take place on Saturday, April 14 from noon – 3 p.m. at the International Civil Rights Center & Museum, located at 134 S. Elm St., Greensboro, N.C. 27401. The forum will tackle conversations on building a relationship between a father and daughter and how to handle rejection.
The Fatherless Daughter Community Forum is vital to the community because it is designed to bring fathers together to empower, encourage and enlighten teen girls about their self-worth and offer guidance in areas they may lack. The goal of the forum is to show fatherhood in a positive light and provide teen girls with the tools to forgive and to move forward in their lives by making healthy decisions.
In addition, I Am A Queen will distribute to event attendees, “Lessons From My Father,” a compilation of letters from daughters and sons sharing their stories of triumph, healing and for some, appreciation. The fathers on the panel will also add letters of wisdom to the book to empower girls.
The forum is free and open to the community and attendees can register at www.iamaqueen.org.
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I Am A Queen’s Mission Statement:
To empower girls with a crown of confidence by providing transformational mentoring programs that develop them into future leaders and community service pioneers.