"Teaching Black Folk to Wake up, Clean up, and Stand up!

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Screening of film, "A Life Before This" and discussion with Constance Marley

Monday, March 27th, 6-8pm

2031 Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard

New York, NY

ImageNation and Harlem Liberation School presents a screening of Steffie Van Rhee's documentary "A Life Before This."

Ramarley Graham, an unarmed black teenager, was shot and killed in his Bronx home by a white New York City police officer four years ago. Since then, his mother, Constance Malcolm, has fought to have the officer held accountable. Her struggle for justice has led her to a life of activism and an increasingly significant role as a public figure. After the film, we will have a discussion with the director and Constance Marley.

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What is Harlem Liberation School?

The United States' public and private school systems do not adequately prepare Black people to be leaders and problem-solvers for ourselves. If we want to learn the information and skills we need to be empowered, WE must provide it. Harlem Liberation School was created to meet this important need.

We are a Black community learning center providing political education, grassroots organizing/activism workshops, and creating a space for open and informed political discussion in our neighborhoods.

(Read an interesting essay concerning Liberation Schools).


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!

Kaba Kamene at Harlem Liberation School Part 1
Understanding Harlem Community Board 10
Black Women: Perceptions, Reality, Power
Brandon Lamar Scates at Harlem Liberation School
How We Save Black Youth: Lead By Example, Reverse the Trend!
Harlem Liberation School Presents Kamau Ptah on Rites of Passage Programs
Harlem Liberation School: Who we are and What we do
Harlem thoughts about the Movie "Birth of a Nation
The Harlem Emergency Network's Discusses Emergency Preparation
Police brutality in the Black community: 'Know your rights, Know your reality.
Harlem Liberation School: Are we Kemetic, Asiatic Black men or Moors?
Harlem Liberation School - Agyei Tyehimba, and Abiodun Oyewole (The Last Poets)
Black Power Poetry Night- Harlem Liberation School
Harlem Liberation School- The Significance of Malcolm X

We Need Your Talent & Expertise!

The Harlem Liberation School is a community resource and community effort. We want to work with other Black organizations and community residents. We have a special need for veteran activists/organizers, Black Studies professors, educators and Black historians to do workshops, presentations, and panel discussions. If you are interested in working with us on a volunteer basis, please contact Agyei Tyehimba at 347-806-9384.
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Vending Opportunities

We have limited space for 8 black vendors selling Books of Black History politics, and poetry, African jewelry, original poetry/music, or art on a first come, first served basis at every meeting. Each vendor will share a table with another vendor. Vending fee is $10 which vendors must pay at every meeting. If interested, please email truself143@gmail.com with the date you'd like to vend. You will receive an email notifying you if there is space available for you to sell