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The Destruction of Hip Hop Is Discussed at Real Talk Thursdays

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THE DESTRUCTION OF HIP HOP IS DISCUSSED AT REAL TALK THURSDAYS!

 

Newark, NJ - They are calling on the community to pack Weequahic high school’s auditorium at 279 Chancellor Avenue in Newark, New Jersey!  On Thursday April 27, 2017, the Black History Month Committee of Weequahic highWe are calling for the community to pack Weequahic high school’s auditorium at 279 Chancellor Avenue in Newark, New Jersey! On Thursday, April 20, 2017, there will be a free program called REAL TALK THURSDAYS for the students and the larger community in Newark, NJ. The event will begin at 7:00pm. This week’s forum topic will focus on THE RISE OF DONALD J. TRUMP TO THE UNITED STATES PRESIDENCY. The community-based organizations helping to contribute to the weekly forums are the Newark Anti-Violence Coalition (N.A.V.C), New Jersey Communities United, the Young & Successful Men's organization, and the Pan-Afrikan Muslim Association. Please pass this text to 10 people! Thx! school will be sponsoring a free program called REAL TALK THURSDAYS for the students and the larger community in Newark, NJ.  The event will begin at 7:00 pm and will end at 8:00 pm.  The focus of the forum is to provide free weekly spiritual, cultural and political education discussions to empower, inspire, and organize African /African Americans, Latino Americans, people of color, and the entire human family. This week’s forum topic will be on THE DESTRUCTION OF HIP HOP. The community-based organizations helping to contribute to the weekly forums are the Newark Anti-Violence Coalition (N.A.V.C), New Jersey Communities United, Young & Successful Men’s Organization, and the Pan-Afrikan Muslim Association.

 

The Black History Month Committee was created by history teachers to organize programs and activities for February’s Black History Month at Weequahic High School for students and the community.  

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Bashir Akinyele, the Chairperson of the Black History Month committee and a history teacher at Weequahic High School, says, “This program is an opportunity to discuss solutions to the problems affecting African Americans, Latino Americans, people of color, women, the youth, and humanity.”

 

For more information about the Real Talk Thursdays at Weequahic High School, contact (908) 956-3523 or (973) 705-3795.

           

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