Video / Teleconference: King Romero Wesson

Date: 
Tuesday, December 3, 2019 - 4:00pm
Location: 
Zoom Video Teleconference
King Romero Wesson

On Tuesday, December 3, 2019 at 4pm EST, COSEBOC is proud to announce King Romero Wesson as our 3rd speaker in our 2019-20 educational teleconference series, Conversations with Deep Thinkers. The goal of this series is to create, deepen and strengthen the capacity of educators and advocates dedicated to the affirmative development of boys and young men of color.

Conversations with Deep Thinkers is a powerful forum for learning and inquiry. In these one-hour teleconference calls, Ron Walker engages prominent leaders in an inquiry that is focused on COSEBOC's 2020 theme: Young Kings of Color: Learning from the Footprints of the Past, Taking Footsteps to the Future. These conversations are followed by a Q&A inviting audience participation. 

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PLEASE NOTE: While anyone can sign up to participate in this video/teleconference - thanks to the generous support of COSEBOC sponsors - ONLY COSEBOC members are eligible to receive a recording of this video/teleconference upon request at no charge. As a COSEBOC member, you can listen to this video/teleconference at a time of your convenience – whether you attend the video/teleconference when it occurs or not. If you are NOT currently a COSEBOC member, join or renew today.

Bio: King Romero Wesson

King Romero WessonKing Romero Wesson is 18 years old and was born and raised in Oakland,CA. He Graduated from Castlemont High School this past spring. After graduating high school, he went on to start a non-profit called Chosen Generation Community Foundation, which targets all kinds of youth in urban communities and presents them with leadership roles within the community. For Example, in schools, church, youth programs etc... Romero has been involved with African American Male Achievement for the past 6 years. He is also a public advocate for OUSD public schools and has travelled the country speaking at national conferences alongside other black men and boys from the city of Oakland. Since being in the program Romero has been presented with many opportunities, such as hosting Spring Symposiums, hosting African American Honor Roll Celebrations, and has a mini-documentary made by KingMakers of Oakland. Romero is currently enrolled at Merritt Community College studying Business Management. He is also a licensed and ordained Youth Pastor. And he serves as the National Youth Pastor for the Our Kids Program and at his church East Oakland Church of God in Christ.

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