By Valerie Demicheva Updated 11:06 am PDT, Wednesday, October 3, 2018 At a Zero Gap town hall dinner in May, men and women discussed gender issues. Zero Gap co-founder Sarah Gerber propelled conversation with questions about the topic. At a Zero Gap town hall dinner in May, men and women discussed gender issues. Zero Gap co-founder Sarah Gerber propelled conversation with questions about the topic. Photo: Praise Santos Anne Devereux-Mills (seated center-left of Frida Kahlo painting) launched Parlay House in 2012 to offer women an intimate space for conversing and learning. Anne Devereux-Mills (seated center-left of Frida Kahlo painting) launched Parlay House in 2012 to offer women an intimate space for conversing and learning. Photo: Courtesy Parlay House Zero Gap co-founder Mira Veda (right) with an attendee at the May dinner. Zero Gap … [Read more...] about Bay Area’s new wave of salons encourage real talk and face time — in real life
"Girls Trip" director will continue his partnership with Universal Jeremy Fuster, provided by Published 3:45 pm PDT, Wednesday, September 26, 2018 Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 ‘Night School’ Director Malcolm D. Lee to Direct Hip-Hop Film ‘Real Talk’ 1 / 1 Back to Gallery “Girls Trip” and “Night School” director Malcolm D. Lee will continue his partnership with Universal Pictures, as the studio announced Wednesday that it will distribute his next project, “Real Talk.” “Empire” writer Radha Blank is attached to pen the script, which is based on a concept by Lee about a faded hip-hop legend who looks to reunite his old group and reclaim their past glory. Lee will also produce through his banner Blackmaled Productions, with the studio’s Production & Development SVP Melanie N. Clark overseeing production alongside … [Read more...] about ‘Night School’ Director Malcolm D. Lee to Direct Hip-Hop Film ‘Real Talk’
The Black/ African American Cultural Centers’ Real Talk provides a platform for students to talk about the reality of cultural and personal identity in a modern and divided world. The B/AACC is one of many cultural centers on Colorado State University’s campus. The B/AACC office is a resource for students of color around campus and like other cultural centers, they promote diversity and inclusion not only for students of color but whoever wants to join them. One of the popular events that the B/AACC office holds is Real Talk, weekly social events that have different controversial topics every week. These in-depth conversations are meant to be an outlet for students in a place where they feel comfortable. Janaye Matthews, a third-year biomedical and electrical engineering major with a minor in ethnic studies is one of the lead peer coordinators that co-facilitate these real talks. “It provides a student space to just talk freely, we refer to it as a brave … [Read more...] about B/AACC’s Real Talk opens conversations around diversity at CSU
Christopher DeVargas Sheree Corniel is executive director of Real Talk Youth Impact Program Inc. By Sun Staff (contact) Friday, June 8, 2018 | 2 a.m. Sheree D. Corniel, Real Talk Youth Impact Program Inc. • Title: Executive Director • Agency address: 401 S. Fourth Street #180, Las Vegas, NV 89101 • Agency phone number: 702-625-2417 • Agency website: realtalkyip.org • Hours of operation: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday What is Findlay Good Works? Good Works is a twice-monthly series in Las Vegas Weekly in which we highlight the efforts of nonprofit groups that are making a difference in our community. You can check out the good work of more organizations by visiting facebook.com/FindlayAutoGroup. What does your organization do? Real Talk Youth Impact Program Inc. (RTYIP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation established in 2013 to combat the number of youths who end up in the correctional system. We provide them with free proactive and … [Read more...] about Real Talk provides programming to keep youth out of jail
Treatments Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email NPR's Skunk Bear YouTube The modern Planet of the Apes reboot begins with a research chimpanzee being raised in an American home. It's a pretty plausible premise — that exact scenario has played out in the real world many times. On June 26, 1931, for example, Luella and Winthrop Kellogg pulled a baby female chimpanzee away from her mother and brought her to live in their home in Orange Park, Fla. The Kelloggs were comparative psychologists. Their plan was to raise the chimpanzee, Gua, alongside their own infant son, Donald, and see if she picked up human language. According to the book they wrote about the experiment, Luella wasn't initially on board: ... the enthusiasm of one of us met with so much resistance from the other that it appeared likely we could never come to an agreement upon whether or not we should even attempt such an undertaking. But attempt it they did. The Kelloggs performed a slew of … [Read more...] about What Are The Planet’s Real ‘Talking’ Chimps And Gorillas Saying?