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Fri, Sep 04


Online Event

"My Black Family Has Always Mattered"

Presented by Dr. Kim Logan-Nowlin

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"My Black Family Has Always Mattered"
"My Black Family Has Always Mattered"

Time & Location

Sep 04, 2020, 7:00 PM CDT

Online Event


About the event

Join Dr. Kim Logan-Nowlin as she hosts an interactive session on the history of the Black family in America, where we are now, and what it will take to move forward in times such as these. 

Kim Nowlin, Ph.D., LPC, BCPC, ACAC, IAMFC, MFT, AAFLP or “Dr. Kim" is an Entrepreneur, Speaker, Author, Licensed Clinical Psychological Counselor/ Psychotherapist, Professor, Executive LifeCoach and TV and Radio Host.  As President/ CEO of Kim Logan Communications for over 37 years, she has trained and counseled people from all walks of life to be INSPIRED and how your words can change your choices and your life. 

As a national inspirational/motivational speaker, her oratory gift brings encouragement, direction, hope, and healing to thousands each year as she travels around the U.S. and abroad sharing words of inspiration for all ages. She is a woman on a mission to help others discover their gifts. She has been granted hundreds of awards for her achievements and community service.  Dr. Logan-Nowlin has conducted numerous conferences, workshops, and seminars. She has hosted radio, and television programs and teaching the importance of "Living to be well" for over 36 years.  Dr. Kim along with her late husband Arthur Nowlin, LMSW authored five published books: "The Attitude Adjustment of the Christian Man and Woman", "Refusing A Direct Order", "Friends in the Bedroom, But Strangers in Church and Marriage: Living With The Unexplainable", "ICU: Can Our Marriage Survive or Not?", and coming Fall, 2020, "Cosigning Bad Behavior by Commission or Omission" and Spring 2020, "Emotional Affairs: A Dangerous Road".  Please visit her site for more details: 

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