7th Brothas Stroll: Health Walk for Black Men and Boys in Phila. – Aug 27
Posted by Mayor's Office of Black Male Engagement on August 23, 2022
Join the Mayor’s Office of Black Male Engagement, for the 7th Brothas Stroll in collaboration with Tracey Gordon of the Register of Wills Office, the Mayor’s Commission of African American Males, the Department of Public Health, Department of Behavioral Health & disAbilities Services, Engaging Men of Color, and the Mayor’s Office of Youth Engagement.
The Brothas Stroll is a neighborhood-based walk for Black men and boys to connect with each other, family, friends, neighbors, and raise awareness about Black men’s health. This year the Brothas Stroll Health Walk will take place on August 27, 2022, 11 AM – 3 PM, to bring Black males, their families, and community together.
Location: John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge, 8601 Lindbergh Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19153 (SEPTA Routes 31, 108, and 115)
Masks required. Bring your walking shoes. Food, music and resources will be available.
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