Susan L. Taylor Speaks At the 2nd Annual Health and Wellness Expo In Harlem

SusanTaylorPresenterSusan L. Taylor will be giving a keynote speech to start off the 2nd Annual Health and Wellness Expo, Transforming the Temple: The Bliss of Now! on Saturday, April 26th, 2014 at 12pm.

CCCADI has partnered with Entering the Holy of Holies, An Institute of Learning and Healing, Inc. and the joint practice of Back to the Middle and New York Sports Acupuncture, to produce a day dedicated to body, mind, spirit and heart healing – featuring vendors, workshops, storytelling, live demos, and performances.

With an emphasis on heart and mental health, this highly anticipated event is geared for pleasure and possibilities. Visitors can expect dance and art therapy classes, fresh food, diabetes and blood pressure screenings, nutritionists, reflexologists, a detox clinic, divination systems, meditation, and so much more.

“The health of our families is critical to the wellbeing and productivity of our children and our community,” says Dr. Marta Moreno-Vega, the president and founder of CCCADI. “Learning about health contributes to our ability to learn and engage actively in our immediate surroundings.”

Susan L. Taylor is synonymous with Essence Magazine, the brand that she built – as its fashion and beauty editor, as editor-in-chief and editorial director. A legend in the magazine publishing world, she is the first and only African American woman to be recognized by the Magazine Publishers of America with the Henry Johnson Fisher Award – the industry’s highest honor – and the first to be inducted into the American Society of Magazine Editors Hall of Fame. She is also the recipient of the NAACP President’s Award for visionary leadership and has honorary degrees from more than a dozen colleges and universities. She is the author of four books including In the Spirit: The Inspirational Writings of Susan L. Taylor and her most recent, All About Love, Favorite Selections from In the Spirit on Living Fearlessly.

To purchase tickets, visit .Entry is $8 in advance, $10 at the door, and $5 for seniors and students. Children under 12 enter free of charge. For more information, contact (212) 307-7420 ext. 3004 or 3008, or email Follow CCCADI on Facebook and Twitter, @CCCADI.

To learn more about the vendors, workshops and performances or to learn more about the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI), visit

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