Los Angeles, CA, May 06, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Rosalyn Kahn, author, educator will Emcee 2nd Annual Family Empowerment Festival sponsored by Asian American Advancing Justice on May 10, 2014 at CA State Los Angeles. Registrations begins at 8am in Golden Eagle Building in 3rd Floor Conference Room. Ms. Kahn will kick off the event at 9am.
The Festival showcases social justice and public health participatory action research projects from AAAJ-LA’s Leadership Development in Inter ethnic Relations School Based Programs (LDIR-SB) and the San Gabriel Valley Student Leadership Network. They will feature work conducted in six Los Angeles area public high schools, including CIVITAS School of Leadership, Woodrow Wilson High School, Abraham Lincoln High School, Mark Keppel High School, San Gabriel High School and West Adams Preparatory High School. The event runs from 8am-1pm at 5151 State University Drive, Los Angeles, CA.
Rosalyn Kahn is an educator, speaker and author. Her debut book, “How Random Acts of Kindness are Changing the World” by Solutions Press, is being released on Amazon. This book combines stories of her college, high school, and international students about doing kind acts in society. Ms. Kahn has spoken on the TEDx stage on “Language Comes to Life” and has taken her students to the theatre to change way they learn English. She teaches at LA City College, Santa Monica College, and Belmont High. Her talk will address "Story Telling for Social Change". Learn more about Rosalyn at www.rosalynkahn.com.