Brothas Stroll: Walk for Black Men’s Health – Jun 19
Posted by Mayor's Office of Black Male Engagement on May 25, 2021
Join the Mayor’s Office of Black Male Engagement for the 3rd Annual Brothas Stroll in collaboration with Councilmember Cherelle Parker, ENON Tabernacle Baptist Church, Mayor’s Commission of African American Males and Department of Public Health.
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 in the Cedarbrook (Northwest section of Philadelphia) to bring Black males, their families, and community together.
Date and Time: Saturday, June 19, 2021 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: Meet at Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, 2800 W. Cheltenham Avenue, Phila., PA 19150
We will have a Red Cross Blood Drive Donation table, Colon Cancer & Blood Pressure screenings, and various organizations that advocate for and educate on the health outcomes for Black men & boys in Philadelphia on site!
What better way to bring everyone together then by having a Brothas Stroll and also hosting a COMMUNITY DAY where we will have games, music, and more.
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