April 23, 2012
-- In life, given that many of us have been hurt in the past, we have closed down to protect ourselves. It doesn’t mean that one does not want love, it simply means that one does not want to be hurt again. On Friday, April 27, 2012 at 7:00 pm, Real Talk the Movement and friends will continue to navigate and break down the barriers by asking, “Can I Love You?”
Join us as we present this community-based forum catered to the mission of connecting men and women in the way we think, interact and communicate with one another. This unique appeal is presented through a dynamic group of men who not only want to see change but IGNITE change through their own avenues with the force of its Host, Founder of Real Talk the Movement, LaTonya Washington. Our panelists include Photographer and Philanthropist, Tshombe Tshanti, Real Talk the Movement’s great philosopher and activist. He is able to capture the essence of one’s true being in life and stills and can be found at www.tshanti.com;
Louis Smith III, better known as “TreLuv,” who in his very own experiences, has learned the love, allure and passions of women and recognizes that women need love and to be shown respect. You can catch him at TreLuvTv.Com;
Coach Cornell Ward, Executive Director of Unity One Foundation Inc, is all about community development by cultivating relationships of citizens, intervention practitioners and stake holders; he is all about seeking the “well-being”
of our neighborhoods and can be found at www.unityonefoundationinc.org;
Ryeal “Relationship Coach” Simms is a licensed and certified relationship coach and marriage counselor and has the ability to dissect why we do and what we do from an eco-bio-psycho-
social-spiritual point of view; he does it on a global scale from State-to-State, all the way to Africa, the Virgin Islands and beyond. He can be found at www.relationshipcoachryeal.com.
Real Talk the Movement is open to the public and will be held at the Spring Lofts, 650 S. Spring Street, Penthouse #3 Los Angeles, CA 90014. An investment of $10 at the door includes food, drink and great conversation!
Do RSVP at www.realtalktm.org to get your $2.00 discount ($8.00 in advance). This forum will exhibit the ways in which we can become better communicators in order to become better fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters and friends.