Adodi Detroit Hosts Retreat for SGL Men of African Descent


On March 26, the men of Adodi Detroit will host a one-day retreat for same-gender-loving men of African descent in the Metro Detroit area. The theme of the retreat is "The Fierce Embrace: Exploring the Intersections of Sexuality, Spirituality, and Community." The intensive retreat will feature a full day of interactive workshops, African-inspired spiritual affirmations, clan work, talent sharing, and great food. Lunch and dinner are included in the $40 registration ($50 after March 12). The event is open to all SGL men of African descent 18 years of age or older and will be hosted at the Ann Arbor Friends Center in Ann Arbor, Mich. Registration materials are available on the Adodi Detroit web site: https://sites.google.com/site/adodidetroit, as well as Facebook (search for "Adodi Detroit"). For more information, e-mail AdodiDetroit01@gmail.com or call 734-846-6545.

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