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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS (USA) PLANS EVENT FOCUSING ON DEVELOPMENT OF BOYS FOR 2011 INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY

Real Men Cook(TM) (www.realmencook.com) Co-Founder Yvette Moyo Gillard Directs 2011 International Men's Day Events Under Theme “Giving Boys the Best Possible Start in Life” In Six U.S. Cities


CHICAGO, ILLINOIS (USA) — 17 November 2011 -- The crisis among boys, particularly urban youth, will be the focus of this year’s International Men’s Day-Chicago event involving more than 20 community groups and city and state agencies. More than 1,000 people are expected to attend the free event, directed by Real Men Cook® co-founder Yvette Moyo Gillard and presented by Real Men Charities, Inc., in cooperation with Chicago Vocational Career Academy (CVCA). The Saturday, Nov. 19 program will be moderated by WVON-AM radio personalities Cliff Kelley and Matt McGill and includes free health screenings in association with CVCA's Community Day activities.
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International Men’s Day is recognized by the United Nations and observed in 63 countries. Similar Real Men events will take place in Real…

IOWA'S LUTHER COLLEGE TO CELEBRATE 2011 INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY

Contact:

Sheila Radford-Hill, Ph.D., Executive Director
Luther College Diversity Center
Iowa (USA) Regional Coordinator - 2011 International Men's Day
Telephone: 563-387-1014


DECORAH, IOWA (USA) -- 17 November 2011 -- Under the leadership of Sheila Radford-Hill, Ph.D., the Iowa (USA) Regional Coordinator for 2011 International Men's Day (www.international-mens-day.com) and Executive Director of Luther College's Diversity Center, students, staff, and faculty at the academic institution will join individuals, institutions, and organizations in 63 nations in the observance of International Men's Day on Saturday, 19 November 2011 under the theme "Giving Boys The Best Possible Start In Life". A 'brown bag' luncheon meeting sponsored by the Luther College Diversity and Counseling Services in honor of International Men's Day is planned and the topic of discussion will be bullying and male violence. An exploration of the bystander theory and the work of i…