Friday, October 22

ICYMI – Feeling Myself: Sex and Sexuality in the Black Community [VIDEO]

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On February 14, the African Youth League (AYL) at The Ohio State University (OSU) sponsored “Feeling Myself,” a conversation around sex and sexuality in the Black community.

Founded in 1994 by Brother Samuel Jefferson, AYL is a student organization dedicated to promoting and maintaining African culture. Throughout the year, AYL hosts numerous events that entertain, educate, and improve the OSU campus and greater community through cultural showcases, volunteer work, and collaborations.

The Valentine’s Day panel was moderated by Kendra Asiedu of AYL and featured panelists Erica Butler, Constance Dunlap, and Karen Hewitt. ūüĒ•

Check out the full conversation below:

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