Supporting Black History Month

Supporting Black History Month February 14, 2018
All Taken from the Shoulder to the Wheel Project
5 ways you can honor Black History Month:
  1. Attend “The Legacy of Black Pioneers” Conference at the Washington, D.C. Temple on Saturday, 2/17, 8:30 – 4:30 p.m., featuring workshops featuring Marvin Perkins, Janan Graham-Russell, Bryndis Roberts, and many others. Complete information and registration here.
  2. Share on social media BYU student Melodie Jackson’s award-winning BYU MLK Day essay, “Black Cain in White Garments
  3. Read the Shoulder to the Wheel resource guide on ending racism in LDS communities.
  4. Watch BYU’s Black Student Union screening of Nobody Knows on Tuesday, February 20 at 7 p.m. in 3211 WSC.
  5. Hold a Family Home Evening on anti-racist upstanding using this guide.


Natasha Helfer Parker, LCMFT, CST runs an online practice, Symmetry Solutions, which focuses on helping families and individuals with faith concerns, sexuality and mental health. She hosts the Mormon Mental Health and Mormon Sex Info Podcasts, writes a regular column for Sunstone Magazine, is the current president of the Mormon Mental Health Association and runs a sex education program, Sex Talk with Natasha. She has over 20 years of experience working with primarily an LDS/Mormon clientele.
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