|SUN FEB 28th 2021||MYTHS & REALITIES OF SLAVERY IN AFRICA
RECONCILING THE ESTRANGED CULTURAL RELATIONS OF
|Mr. Chike Nwaka
Bro Haki Ammi
In honor of black history month, this workshop will
provide an opportunity to address WEN’s 2nd vision:
To reconcile the estrange cultural relationship of people of African ancestry.
WEN condemns the barbarity of slave trade that brought
over 11 million Africans to the new world in chains.
Recently, the finger pointing dial is greatly tilting to Africa but how true is this claim?
According to Bartleby research, “Europeans and Africans both played a major role
in the slave trade and are both to blame for the capturing and selling of
African slaves. African’s played a much bigger role in the
Atlantic Slave trade than the ones being enslaved.”
This is a serious accusation that must be discussed among colored people.
This workshop will serve to enlighten, and educate many.
|SAT JAN 30th 2021||ANNUAL WELLNESS CHECKUP
DURING COVID-19 TIMES
|Dr. Oluremi T. Ilupeju
The Annual Wellness check-up is an Annual ritual
for Preventative Health maintenance for both Men and Women.
However during this Covid-19 pandemic, many people
have neglected this essential ritual.
This workshop will serve to enlighten, and educate
you about how to navigate the system, so that you can
continue this annual live saving check-ups.
|SAT DEC 19th 2020||INFERTILITY||Dr. Oluremi T. Ilupeju
This workshop addresses the important strategies that
should be undertaken by women experiencing infertility. What
qualifies as infertility, the causes of infertility, some
information on infertility in men, treatment and cures, etc.
This workshop will offer hope and guidance to women,
their husbands, and their support systems.
|SAT NOV 21st 2020||UNDERSTANDING & MANAGING
PERIMENOPAUSE, MENOPAUSE, POSTMENOPAUSE
|Dr. Oluremi T. Ilupeju
This workshop explores the stages of menopause related
symptoms, and management.
Menopausal stages start as early as in your 30s
and symptoms vary.
|SAT OCT 24th 2020||FIBROID – CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, & CURE||Dr. Oluremi T. Ilupeju
This workshop addresses current perceptions
into the development of gynecologic cancers from
benign conditions. It will delve into the
types of gynecological disease types.
|SAT JAN 23rd 2021||CHALLENGES OF INHERITANCE
CUSTOMARY & CULTURAL
|Chief Maxwell Ibe (JP)
This workshop addresses the growing and emerging concerns over the issues
of inheritance. As society evolves, and prosperity spreads, most people are living
outside their ethnic extraction, marrying outside their homestead to people who are
culturally and ethnically diverse.
The reality is that death happens to everyone. However, most are living in denial
and complacency. While they are alive they can control what is
happening around them as it relates to their properties, investments, monies,
patents, and other fiduciary interests with their partners.
However, upon their demise, they are not in control of their estate, living loved ones to a bitter
struggle over who owns what and to what extent.
This workshop will offer highlights the problems, proffer solutions, and the need to be proactive while alive.
In essence, while living, it is not a time for denial and complacencies, which has been the
hallmark of the present situations for many around our communities and societies affecting
marriages, sibling rivalries, and family feud.