Guest lecturers Atty. Jaaye Person-Lynn and Isidra Person-Lynn will take the reins of Black History 4 Young People, Saturday, July 20, 2013, 10 a.m. til Noon. The topics include: The Africa You Don’t See, Black Colleges, True Life 10 Years Out of High School and Youth and the Law. NOTE: Actor and family friend Michael B. Jordan took this pic with Jaaye and Isidra after a recent screening. Jordan is starring in this powerful film titled Fruitvale Station, about Oscar Grant, slain by Oakland Police.
The general perception of Afrika centers on thick forests (known as jungles), wild animals and safaris. To the surprise of many, Afrika has some of the most modern cities and homes in the world. Isidra Person-Lynn, video journalist and educator, will show those, Afrikan customs, symbols and more. This is an eye-opening experience. Attorney Jaaye Person-Lynn will expose legal areas young people should be aware of from protesting and simple infractions and misdemeanors to serious felonies. He will also explain the importance of attending a Black college and its benefits. Don’t miss this very important class.
Tatum Cravens, winner of the Black History Quiz, Week 3. Congratulations!
Pictured: Dr. Kwaku and Michael B Jordan star of Fruitvale Station. Go see it!
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