Fall Professional Development series coming soon!

Professional Development Workshops:

We have completed our Winter Sessions for Open Professional Development Workshops. We are also building new relationships with new clients and organizations, and plan to host several events in the coming months. We encourage organizations and individuals who wish to work with E4E and further develop their professional and personal skills, to contact us and schedule a discovery call.

Educating the Black Child

Educating the Black Child is a multi-disciplinary, solutions based conversation series centered around the education of Black children, facilitated by Edutainment for Equity. This event features high level conversations with scholars, activists, educators, media personalities and thinkers in dialogue about the challenges facing Black children and insight on overcoming those challenges.  

The purpose of the conversations are to highlight successful strategies, programs and individuals that are effectively dealing with the challenges facing Black children.

For the past 2 years we have been holding public events to have heartfelt and important conversations about the future of Black children. Each of these conversations has featured a panel of guests whose professional and personal experience help create space for deep dialogue. Each conversation has also featured an artist whose vision and unique perspective or performance helped to expand the conversation and the level of engagement among all who participate.


Dr Chris Emdin

Dr. Pedro Noguerra

Dr. Wilmer Leon

Laroilyn H. Davis

Nzinga Dugas

Mariah Landers

Chris Chatmon

Dr. Micia Mosely

Dr. Cesar Cruz

Zakiya Harris

Krea Gomez

Liz Solis

Lashawn Route Chatmon

Sheryl Davis

Sol Development

Young Gifted and Black

Antique Naked Soul


Educating the Black Child happens in partnership with The Department of Children Youth and Families in San Francisco, The National Equity Project, SURGE, Kingmakers of Oakland, Empowering U, The Black Teacher Project, ISEEED and Red Bay Coffee.



Dr. Shawn Ginwright

Ericka Huggins

Dr. Grace Massey

Dr. Rupa Marya

Cat Brooks

Adante Pointer

Obasi Davis

Bayaan Bakari

Maddy “MADLINES” Clifford

Alphabet Rockers


Mama Charlotte O’Neil

Kevin Powell

Dr. Shawn Ginwright

Zaretta Hammond