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Class Address: 3333 W. 43rd Place, Los Angeles, CA 90008 (213) 394-5075
Class Time: 10 a.m. til Noon
Ages: 12-18 year olds, give or take.
Emergency number: 213-394-5075
Here is the 2013 curriculum: Just released by Dr. Kwaku!
BLACK HISTORY 4 YOUNG PEOPLE
Saturdays 10:00am ~ Noon
June 29rd – August 3rd
Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn ~ Instructor
29 June | BLACK PEOPLE AROUND THE WORD
One of the mysteries in education is what Black people around the world have accomplished, their contributions to world history, culture, science and other important elements in human development. This will be an eye-opening experience for young people.
6 July | HISTORY OF BLACK PEOPLE IN THE AMERICAS
A.) Dr. Kwaku will present a rare lecture/graphics demonstration on Blacks in American history pre-dating the entrance into the Americas by Europeans.
B.) A presentation by Dr. Ivan Van Sertima (video) showing various categories of evidence demonstrating that Afrikans were in the Americas before Columbus and helped establish America’s first civilization.
13 July | HIP HOP CULTURE
A.) A history of the development of hip hop culture.
B.) Dr. Kwaku will present the rich tradition of Black Art and Photography students are rarely exposed to.
20 July | THE AFRIKA WE NEVER SEE, THE NATURAL HAIR MOVEMENT, THE LAW FOR YOUNG PEOPLE & BLACK COLLEGES
A.) See the Afrika you never see and a presentation on the natural hair movement presented by Isidra Person-Lynn
B.) Attorney Jaaye Person-Lynn will expose legal areas young people
should be aware of and the importance of Black Colleges.
27 July | LEIMERT PARK VILLAGE TOUR & HOW TO EARN A’s ON EXAMS
A.) A tour of Leimert Park Village, the cultural center of Black Los Angeles, including Eso Won Books, exposing the class to literature written by people of Afrikan descent.
B.) Lesson on how to achieve A’s on exams and write research papers.
3 August | A SPECIAL PRESENTATION FOR PARENTS & STUDENTS (Last Class)
A.) Parents invited
B.) Special production by Dr. Kwaku
C.) Students receive their completion certificates.
Note: Discussion & weekly quizzes will be administered.
Here, we take a look back at last summer’s program! Please email word@DrKwaku.com if interested!
Last summer’s semester end slideshow: (Click to view)