This week, the class will take a tour of Leimert Park Village, the historical location for Black Los Angeles. During the tour we will visit Eso Won Books. Some of the students mentioned they have never visited a Black-owned bookstore. This will be their opportunity to observe the vastness of books written by Black authors. We will also go over techniques for receiving A’s on tests and exams in school, as well as how to conduct research. We will also touch on the recent the Emmet Till controversy and the Trayvon Martin controversy.
Please note: Next week’s class (3 August) will be conducted at the Ladera Community Center, same time 10 a.m. til Noon. Students will be given a notice with the address as a reminder to give to parents.
Here it is in case you misplace it:
Yvonne Burke Ladera Community Center
4750 62nd Street
Los Angeles, CA (Just South of Slauson at La Brea and 62.)
This week’s Quiz Winner!
We are proud to announce that our Week #4 Black History Quiz winner is Ilanga! He was also the first student to class so he did not miss a thing!
This talented young man who loves his long board is an excellent conversationalist and very quick witted.
He is pictured here with the class speakers: Atty. Jaaye Person-Lynn, L.A. County Public Defender’s Office and Isidra Person-Lynn, who taught about The Africa you Don’t See. He received a certificate for a meal for two from Simply Wholesome, a healthy foods eatery on Overhill and Slauson in Los Angeles. 4508 W Slauson Ave Los Angeles, CA 90043. Ph: (323) 294-2144 www.SimplyWholesome.com.