HARLEM LIBERATION SCHOOL!
"Teaching Black Folk to Wake up, Clean up, and Stand up!
2nd Annual Black Power Poetry Night!
Monday, April 24th, 6-8pm
2031 Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard
New York, NY
What is Harlem Liberation School?
We are a Black community learning center providing free political education, presentations, grassroots organizing/activism workshops, and creating a space for open and informed political discussion in our neighborhoods.
(Read an interesting essay concerning Liberation Schools).
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the cost?
None. There is no cost for admission. We do encourage you to make your own contribution to Imagenation in appreciation to them for letting us use their space, and to support the excellent work they do for our community.
Who can attend the Harlem Liberation School?
We serve Black people ages 14 and above who want to learn about and discuss Black history, white supremacy, and how to create positive change in the Black community.
What will we do or learn at HLS?
We will teach/learn Black Consciousness, African & African American History, Harlem History, information about the City political structure, community organizing, editorial writing, public speaking, holding press conferences, white supremacy/racism, sexism, etc. We will learn these things using a variety of techniques including: debates, guest speakers, skits, workshops, reviewing books, articles, songs, poetry and films, and interactive group activities.
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Watch Some Past Events!
We Need Your Talent & Expertise!
Legendary poet-activist Obiodun of "The Last Poets," dropping knowledge at Harlem Liberation School.
Some people stayed after our meeting concluded to network, and talk about plans for the future.
HLS Founder/Coordinator Agyei Tyehimba explaining the "Power and Importance of Black History."