Cullen J. Davis Young Men of Color Symposium

Saturday, November 5 | 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
Francis W. Parker School

The Young Men of Color Symposium hosted by Francis W. Parker School is a leadership conference for self-identified men of color in 6th–12th grades who attend independent schools.
The day will feature opportunities for participants to explore their multiple identities and learn skills geared towards self-advocacy and community-building. The goal of the event is to empower students to effect positive change in their lives and their communities, using newly acquired language and knowledge. Additionally, adult participants will attend workshops designed to help them critically examine how to create and sustain courageous, safe spaces within their school and beyond to effectively serve young self-identified men of color.
Keynote speaker: Spoken Word Poet and Author Carlos Andrés Gómez
Please contact Assistant Principal Priyanka Rupani with questions at
Francis W. Parker School educates students to think and act with empathy, courage and clarity as responsible citizens and leaders in a diverse democratic society and global community.