–EXPERIENCE LIFE AS IT SHOULD BE–
Jalen's Journey, through a host of inspirational and creative initiatives, products and services, serves as a resource to individuals, families and communities who have experienced tragic loss, specifically that of loved ones to gun violence. In collaboration with her brother Habakkuk Talbert, Syreeta founded the organization in 2017 in memory of her son, Jalen A. Talbert.
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Rhee360® is a global platform for women to embrace and experience self-love and kindness. While authentically and passionately pursuing the abundance of living the life they deserve.
Rooted in the premise of total well being, Rhee360® takes a holistic approach to personal healing, and is focused on empowering individuals to find purpose and peace from the inside out.
"you gotta have people around that understand your mission. my people help me achieve goals. what about yours?"
"Life's a big circuit. There's PLENTY of plugs and connections."
Millennials make up ¼ of the US population at a size of over 77 million, and are a generation 3X the size of GenX. They are THE progressive group changing the world. The H! is where critical connections are made with this generation to ignite new perspectives that will empower the lives of high-risk and at-risk black males between the ages of 17-23.
Embracing the creative legacy of Jalen Anthony Talbert, the H! is where young black males realize their potential and express themselves utilizing creative expressive arts, in turn nurturing their self-esteem, confidence, interpersonal communications, and social value. For every young black male we empower - we are empowering a family - and by empowering families we will better our communities and the world.
tALBERT MEMORIAL FUND
On October 27, 1997, Russell Talbert III lost his life to gun violence at the age of 21. Twenty years later, on August 30, 2017, his nephew, Jalen Talbert, lost his life to the same senseless act of gun violence. While heartbreaking for the Talbert family, this story is too common for black families living in and directly outside of Chicago.
They are not a statistic. And the cycle has to stop.