Tag Archive: Harlem

Nov 01

Necessary Blackness Podcast Ep: 40 Conversation With Cavario

  Necessary Blackness Podcast sits down with Cavario H for a candid conversation on decision-making process, the realization of one’s authentic self and the radical process of being self-aware. We also discussed his daily Instagram Live talk titled, #ConversationWithCavario. The noted author took out a few moments to talk about his illustruous career as a …

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Apr 18

Elementary Genocide 2 Debuts In Harlem, N.Y.

  Join ImageNation Cinema Foundation for a screening of Rahiem Shabazz’s Elementary Genocide 2: The Board of Education vs. The Board of Incarceration, followed by an informative panel discussion with Black educators. Moderated by ImageNation founder Moikgantsi Kgama, panelists Include: Rahiem Shabazz, director of Elementary Genocide 2; Tracey D. Syphax; Author, Entrepreneur, Kamau Ptah, educator …

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Aug 31

Elementary Genocide Screening & Panel Discussion In Harlem

Come and join our panelist in this discussion. Last event was sold out so please arrive early. Seats are limited. Moderator Kamu Ptah (Educational Consultant) Panelist Rahiem Shabazz (Filmmaker Director) Tracey D. Syphax (Award Winning Author/Activist) Voyka Soto (Educator & Co-Founder of Sofara Int. Charter School If you’re not in the Tri-State area please repost …

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Jun 09

Recap: Elementary Genocide Documentary Screening In Harlem

The screening of “Elementary Genocide” took place at Mayseles Cinema in Harlem. The event was moderated by Source Magazine writer Shabe Allah-Cleare. Lawrence Hayes and Tracey D. Syphax were panelist along with myself. See Pictures Below.

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May 02

Harlem Documentary Screening – “Elementary Genocide”

  The screening of the controversial documentary, “Elementary Genocide” will be followed by an engaging panel discussion to come up with possible strategies and solutions. Guest Speakers: Tracey D. Syphax Lawrence Hayes Door open at 6:30 PM & Screening starts at 7:30 PM   If you live outside the NYC area and want to get …

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