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Sundiata AlayE, Senior Vice President

Sundiata Alaye is an award-winning author and lecturer on spiritual psychotherapy for same-gender-loving men of color, a noted authority on the social constructs of black male sexuality and expert in HIV and AIDS. Topics of conversation Include:

Spirituality – Finding Your Way Back

Loving You – A Matter of Life

Releasing Guilt and Conquering Fears

Maintaining Healthy Relationships

Healing Wounds of the Past

Surviving Separation

The Spiritual Side of Sex

Coping with Grief and Loss

Living with Illness

Whether deep in denial, inside cavernous closets, on the D.L. or self identified gay, bisexual, transgender, or otherwise identified, many black men are still haunted by some degree of negativity, fear, and even guilt surrounding who they are and who they love.

Sundiata Alaye says it’s time for a monumental shift in perspective that will allow black men to finally make sense of their lives and peacefully co-exist in their unique mix of race, culture, and sexuality.

Alaye provides a pathway for same gender loving Men of Color to remove barriers of self-hatred, conquer fears, eliminate guilt, maintain healthy relationships, live affirmatively with illness, and “think differently about our lives and how we live them.”