HeadHeartHand Foundation
2 min readJan 2, 2024

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Bridging the Cultural Divide- Black History Month 2024

A Support System for Black Immigrant Families.

Inspired from the book — Two Worlds at War, by George M Dmin Portuphy, Cynthia Adom-Portuphy PhD

Vancouver, BC — To observe 2024 Black History Month, HeadHeartHand Foundation (3H Foundation) is organizing an interactive session on “Bridging the Cultural Divide”, to provide awareness and resolution to parenting social issues attributable to culture, generational and language gaps between parents and children (teenagers/youths/young adults). This program is sponsored by the Prospera Foundation, one of the largest credit union foundations in Canada.

We are excited to announce our speaker for this event. Dr. Cynthia Adom-Portuphy. Dr. Adom-Portuphy has 25 years’ experience in youth ministry, dealing with Black immigrant parents and multi-cultural couples. She is the founder and executive director of Bridging Worlds (BW) which provides cultural education and counseling services to Black/ Afro-Caribbean immigrant communities. Dr. Adom-Portuphy who is a sought after conference speaker is the co-author of a ground breaking book: Two Worlds at War: Finding Common Cultural Grounds for African Immigrant Parents and their Children.

This is a physical event in Surrey, British Columbia. Refreshment is available.

To register, see details below.

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HeadHeartHand Foundation

A black-led non-profit registered charity focused on youth empowerment and community development