Date and Time:Wednesday, Feb. 21, 5 - 6:15 p.m.
First Amendment Forum, second floor
555. N Central Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Join us Wednesday, Feb. 21 as we host Cronkite alum Ron Kellum to explore the profound impact of creating safe spaces in our personal and professional lives. This involves fostering environments where individuals feel valued, respected and empowered to express themselves without fear of judgment. Kellum will delve into how the cultivation of safe spaces not only nurtures creativity, innovation and collaboration but also plays a vital role in promoting mental health and overall well-being.
Additionally, Kellum will emphasize the transformative power of hope and its ability to ignite positive change even in the most challenging circumstances. Through compelling anecdotes and research-driven insights, he will illustrate how hope serves as a catalyst for resilience, motivation and the ability to envision a brighter future. His aim is to inspire and energize audience members to infuse hope into their endeavors, uplift others, and contribute to a more compassionate and optimistic world.
Furthermore, he will provoke thought and introspection by discussing the imperative of daring to dream and being open to the prospect of failure. By sharing personal experiences and engaging narratives, he will underscore the notion that embracing failure is integral to growth and success. He will encourage the audience to break free from self-imposed limitations, take calculated risks and pursue their aspirations with unwavering determination. Co-hosted by the ASU chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists.