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Event Encourages Men to 'Huddle Up' to Discuss Sensitive Subjects

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    Event Encourages Men to Discuss Sensitive Subjects

    An event that encourages men to discuss everything from the state of manhood to social responsibility returned to Dallas Saturday for the second time. (Published Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019)

    In the Huddle with Chris Howell returned to Dallas Saturday for the second time.

    Dozens of men from North Texas came together for the event Saturday.

    The event creates a safe place for men where they can discuss everything from the state of manhood to social responsibility.

    A panel of speakers including life coaches, leadership trainers and community leaders were present.

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    Mayor Pro Tem Casey Thomas attended and shared his story of how he got to where he is today.

    "Often times we say, 'You know my story doesn't matter,' but it really does. Everybody has unique experiences, and that's what makes them who they are," Thomas said.

    The event was free, but donations were encouraged to the Chris Howell Foundation.

    Howell said he hoped to bring "In the Huddle" back to Dallas in August.

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