ALL YOUTH ARE REACHABLE, TEACHABLE, LOVABLE AND SAVABLE: CELEBRATE AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH WITH DR. LONISE BIAS
Join Norfolk Public Library for a month long celebration featuring music, dance, stories & more!
Norfolk, VA (Tuesday, February 3, 2005) -In recognition of African -American History Month, Kirn Memorial Library will host a talk presented by Dr Lonise Bias titled, All Youth are Reachable, Teachable, Lovable, and Savable. This program will be held Sunday, February 6 at 3:00 p.m. It is just one of a series of programs, ranging from music, literature and art, to dance, poetry and storytelling, being offered by Norfolk Public Library throughout the month of February.
Dr. Bias is an internationally known motivational speaker, trainer, and consultant. Her positive message inspires adults and children to realize their own self-worth and boundless potential. Bias launched her own personal crusade against the plagues of violence and drug addiction after the deaths of her sons Len and Jay. Len was the University of Maryland basketball player who died in 1986 of a drug-related death, two days after being drafted by the Boston Celtics.
All Norfolk Public Library programs are free and open to the public. Kirn Memorial Library is located at 301 E. City Hall Avenue in downtown Norfolk. To receive 3 free hours of parking at Kirn Memorial Library, park in the MacArthur Center South garage, and bring your ticket to the library for validation. For more information or a complete listing of African-American History Month programs, visit www.npl.lib.va.us, pick up an African American History Month Bibliography and Calendar of Events at any Norfolk Public Library location, or call 664-READ.