This Saturday: Unity for a Stronger Community

On Saturday, February 19th, 2022, our community is making an intentional effort to unite for a stronger community during Black History Month. The 2022 Black History Program will be held at Restorative Apostolic Ministries located at 175 Fairgrounds Road, Natchitoches, LA. The event will begin at 5:00pm.

To Kick-off the program, the recognition of achievements from our honorary guests:

Mayor Ronnie Williams, Jr.
Chief of Police, Nikeo Collins

Keynote Speaker, Norris G. Guillot Jr., a National Community & Civil Rights Activist, Equal Employment Opportunity Advocate, Government Consultant will bring more awareness on uniting measures that can be implemented for a stronger community.

Behavioral Specialist/Mental Health Advocate and Program Organizer, Regine Bell, will speak on topics regarding the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in education.

Mental health professionals will be available to take part in a Q and A segment.

A great deal of participants will include our devoted community leaders, spiritual leaders, stakeholders, students, alumni, and community members.

Community Champions will be recognized for their achievements.

A a Fashion Show to conclude the event.

We will have entertainment for children and adults.

This event is free and open to the public.

For more information call (318)761-0000 or e-mail: reginebell@policyismylegacy.com


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