Rarely do we get an opportunity to give our young males a voice. That voice doesn’t get an opportunity to talk about love, isolation, rejection and self-hatred. If theyâ€™re lucky, and very lucky, that voice gets salvation, they ultimately get love and are finally able to love those who love them. I Know What I Am and I Am Not What You Call Meâ€ is a powerful story of hope, redemption and restoration; the play addresses the difficult subject of childhood sexual abuse. Statistics show as many as one in four girls and one in six boys will be sexually abused at some point in their childhood. Yet, this often familiar, yet taboo, topic is still very difficult to discuss in an open forum. â€œI Know What I Am and I Am Not What You Call Me,â€ stars Stephon Bron, as the central character, Damon McBlessed, who through the help of psycho-therapy, tackles his psychological roller coaster of multilayered fields of sometimes funny, often horrid, but always hopeful, personal journey and evolution from victim to survivor.
Saturday, April 6, 12-7pm – West Kendall Baptist Church, 14955 SW 88th Street,Â Kendall Join DOC IT (Detect Ovarian Cancer in Time) in the first Kendall International Food Festival 2013 for food, music and fun, also childrenâ€™s bounce house, petting zoo and other activities. Meet Miss Universe and take a picture with her! This exciting and […]
Thursday, October 29, 7:30pm – The Fair, 10901 SW 24 Street, Miami Drive-In at The Fair, presented by 3 FEO Entertainment, is bringing safe, socially-distanced film screenings to Miami. Join us Friday at 8:00pm for the showing of Hocus Pocus. Tickets start at $20 per person and are free for kids ages 15 and under, […]
January 12 – 15, Various Locations Miami Heat Legend and NBA Hall of Famer Alonzo Mourning will host his annual charitable event, Zoâ€™s Winter Groove (ZWG), to benefit the Mourning Family Foundation that he and his lovely wife, Tracy Wilson Mourning founded. Now in its fourth year ZWG is focused on improving the lives of […]