"Black people don't have enough power to be Racist". Dr. Kwa David Whitaker With Dr. George C. Fraser

Dr. Kwa David Whitaker, Esq., Co-Facilitator of Alchemy’s in-service and training workshops, is a practicing Family Therapist and Attorney at Law and the Founder/President of the Ashe Culture Center in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Whitaker holds a J.D. from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Case Western Reserve University, post M.A. School Psychology Certification through John Carroll University. Dr. Whitaker has also been formally initiated into the Akan System of Life Cycle Development (African-based rites of passage) and is Tufohene (Legal Counsel to the Chief) of Atonkwa, a village in Ghana of West Africa, where he is responsible for building a two-story Community Center, the first of its kind. Dr. Whitaker’s book, “Rites of Passage Foundations: A Journey of Transformation” is soon to be released. During Black History Month (Feb 8-16, 2013) I will be taking a small VIP group of 15 people to Ghana, West Africa. Our co-host will be my mentor and Chief of a small African village in Ghana; Dr. Kwa David Whitaker, Esq. Dr. Whitaker has been to Ghana over 25 times and has a team ready to provide us with a first class experience. The full itinerary is on the flyer below. If you've never been to Ghana this is the way to do it--up close and personal--with an insider. As we get closer and closer to Black History Month, THESE LIMITED SEATS WILL BE GONE, thus if you are interested, please email me right away and I will send you the application form today. Don't miss this opportunity. This will be the closest most of us will come to a "Rite of Passage."