Monday, October 15, 2012

The Faces of Manhood in the 21st Century

68th Annual Family Institute Conference
October 14-17, 2012



Sunday, October 14

Wheeler Hall Rm. 214F
FACES Advisory Board Meeting
Executive Conference Center Banquet Rooms
Pre Event Meet & Greet / Reception with VIP’s

Executive Conference Center Banquet Rooms
Welcome Banquet and Opening Plenary
Hosted by President Dr. Robert Franklin,
President of Morehouse College
Keynote: Michael Kimmel

Monday, October 15

Motorola Lobby
Conference Registration
Executive Conference Center Meeting Rooms
Concurrent Sessions
Moderators: Critical Thinking Leaders
Session I:  The Power of Teaching Entrepreneurship to Black Children. Presenter: Ms. Samora Sobakwe-SoDaye
Session II: The Masculinity Project. Presenters: Mr. DeWayne Powell and Mr. Daniel Edwards
Session III: Transitions in Manhood: A Global Perspective Presenter: Dr. Mohanty Purna; Lineal Regeneration: Managing the Assets of Masculinity. Presenter: Mr. Charles Williams
Bank of America
Plenary Session
Men and African American Families
Panelists: Michael Messner; Jennifer Hammer, Adia Harvey-Winfield, and Armon Perry
****LUNCH on your OWN ***
Wheeler Hall Rm. 214F
Film Screening “Tough Guise”
written by Jackson Katz
Open forum discussion to follow
Moderator: Dr. Anne Borden and Dr. M. Bilal King
Bank of America
Plenary Session
Religion and Sexuality: The Role of Religion in Understanding Sexuality

Panelists: Dr. Harold Bennett, Rev. Ernest Brooks, Mr. Chavis Jones. Moderator: Dr. Josef Sorett

Bank of America
Film Screening of “Hoodwinked”: What Black Men Think.
Open forum discussion to follow
Moderator: Mr. Janks Morton

Tuesday, October 16

Motorola Lobby 
African American
Hall of Fame
Conference Luncheon
Men Stopping Violence against Women
Panelists: Dr. Anne Baird; Dr. Cynthia Neal Spence; Dr. Halbrook Polite, and Mr. Ramesh Kathanadhi (Men Stopping Violence)
Executive Conference Center Meeting
Rooms A-F
Concurrent Sessions
Moderators:Dr. Fred Knight

Session IV: Resonant Echoes: From Morehouse Men and Mentors-Benjamin Mays, Howard Thurman, Martin Luther King Jr. -21st Century issues of Personal Identity among Men at Morehouse. Presenters: Professors Dr. Kipton E. Jensen, Dr. Sam Livingston, and Dr. Illya Davis, Kyle Moore (student), Chavis Jones (student), and Katanga Johnson (student)
Session V: Black Male Fathers: A Workshop.
Presenter: Dr. Narviar Barker
Executive Conference Center Meeting
Rooms A-F
Plenary Session
Black Masculinity and Health Outcomes
Panelists: Dr. William L. Jeffries IV, Dr. Robert Aronson, and Mr. Robert B. Peterson
Executive Conference
Center Meeting
Rooms A-F
Concurrent Sessions
Moderators:Dr. Fred Knight

Session VI. Faculty interaction with campus diversity: Moderators: Dr. Linda Zatlin and Mr. Tre'vell Anderson; Discussants: FACULTY of Morehouse College (Faculty Session)
Session VII. Integrating Masculinities and Sexualities into the Classroom. Presenters: Dr. Nathan Nobis; Dr. Anne Borden
Gender Differences in Navigating Guyland. Presenter: Dr. Donald Gregory
Ray Charles Performing
Arts Center
Theatrical Presentation: “Emergency”
Obie Award Winner Daniel Beaty
Performance is 80 minutes and an informed discussion will follow the play.

Wednesday, October 17

Bank of America
Leadership Auditorium
Anna Harvin Grant Student Paper Competition
The First, Second, and Third Place student winners will present their work in a plenary session.
Student Presenters TBA
12:00-1:00pm Lunch on your own
Wheeler Hall Rm. 214F 
Word on the Campus: Student Dialogs
What does it mean to be a “Man” at Morehouse College in the 21st Century?
Moderator: Devon Lambert  
Closing Remarks: Dr. Michael Hodge, Chair
Department of Sociology, Morehouse College

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