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Every Wednesday, April 23 to June 4: Fatherhood Legacy

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A program to systematically engage men in the embracement of values that are life-giving and life sustaining, for the benefit of themselves and their families. It is a multicultural educational class for fathers-to-be, which teaches the basic fundamentals and essentials of fatherhood. The workshop is facilitated by Terry Boykins, CEO of Street Positive, every Wednesday until June 4 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at SBCUSD Family Resource Center, 1525 W. Highland Avenue in San Bernardino. Topics to be discussed include Economic Sustainability, Personal Growth, Legacy Building, Academic Achievement, and much more. This is a FREE workshop and refreshments will be provided.

May 7-May 20: Art Exhibit Exploring Mental Health

Stigma and Discrimination Reduction Contractor RS&E and NAMI California will facilitate an art exhibition in Orange County titled, “See and Be Seen,” which features art created during hands-on arts workshops for persons facing mental health challenges. The Los Angeles County exhibition begins May 7 and ends May 20 at the Bleicher/Golightly Gallery, 1431 Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica (90740). The gallery will be open Monday-Thursday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday-Sunday from noon until 10 p.m. For more information, please contact (310) 451-9983.

Friday, May 9: ‘The American Nurse’ Comes to San Bernardino

SAN BERNARDINO, CA – In honor of Nurses Week, the Global Nursing Program will be showing the new film “The American Nurse” in the ASU Fox Theater in San Bernardino on Friday, May 9th at 7 p.m. Tickets are $8 at the door or online at www.gNp193.com. Doors open at 6 p.m.

The American Nurse is a heart-warming documentary that gives a voice to nurses who are on the front lines of the biggest issues facing America, such as aging, war, poverty, prisons through the work and lives of five nurses. It is an examination of real people that will change how we think about nurses and how we wrestle with the challenges of healing America. The American Nurse is an important contribution to America’s ongoing conversation about what it means to care.

Professionals that see the documentary can earn 1.5 CE credits through an arrangement with www.nurse.com. A portion of the proceeds from The American Nurse Project have been earmarked to a new scholarship program under the auspices of the American Nurses Foundation.

The historic ASU Fox Theater was originally opened in 1929 and was the site for the West Coast premiere of the original “King Kong” film in 1933. It is located at 374 West Court Street in downtown San Bernardino, just a block from City Hall across the street from the Bank of America.