Category: Lecture

Debut Screening of #ElementaryGenocide In Oregon

The Elementary Genocide documentary screening will make its debut in Oregon. Rahiem Shabazz will be in the Ashland area of Oregon from Oct.31 to Nov. 4th. All Events Are Free & Open To The Public!

WEDNESDAY, Nov. 2 @ 6 PM

ROGUE RIVER ROOM, STEVENSON UNION

 

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Rahiem Shabazz Receives 2016 Black Humanitarian Award of The Year

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I want to thank Black Mogul Magazine for the 2016 Black Humanitarian Award of the Year for Heroic Media Activism. It was definitely an honor accepting the award and being recognized at the 1st Annual Black Humanitarian Awards.

 

THE KNOWLEDGE OF SELF SERIES: “Going To The Roots of Blackness”

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The Knowledge Bar PRESENTS

THE KNOWLEDGE OF SELF SERIES: “Going To The Roots of Blackness”

FEATURING: ZAZA ALI

SPECIAL APPEARANCE: RAHIEM SHABAZZ

WHERE: Maco Elk’s Lodge

712 W.Duval Street

Jacksonville, FL 32202

WHEN: July, 17th, 2016

VENDING & TICKETS: (904) 880-5641 or (850) 212-0230

Juneteenth Celebration and Friendraiser for the Friends of Historic Claflin

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Juneteenth Celebration and Friendraiser for the Friends of Historic Claflin

WHEN: Saturday, June 18, 2016

TIME: 11 a.m.

PLACE: The Historic Liberty Theater Cultural Community Center
821 8th Avenue, Columbus GA

Sponsored by King’s Town Family Foundation Ltd.

Featuring Columbus’ own soloist and pianist Beverly Hammonds, songstress Madeleine Davis introducing the Keynote Speaker, and Keynote Speaker, Gary Dennis Hines of The “incomparable” Sounds of Blackness.

King’s Town also welcomes to the stage Brother Rahiem Shabazz, who will be on hand to talk about his work and films “Elementary Genocide.”

*Food, Live Music, Unity, Love, Friendship, Family, Good Times!*

Let’s get the historic Claflin building on 5th Avenue restored and turn Columbus, GA into a national leader on how to encourage ‘UNITY IN THE COMMUNITIES’ and restore our families and neighborhoods at the same time.

TICKET PURCHASE: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2560159

Filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz’s Call to Action: Black People Must Educate Their Children

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Once we become conscious of what is innate, greatness can be achieved.  If we are blessed enough to be introspective, we know that we have to create our own opportunities. We learn not to be a burden on our people and become prepared to utilize resources to push social change to eradicate the thought that there are no alternatives.  Using critical thinking is the key and not apologizing is the stance, but how do we deal with those that don’t understand their inborn sources are truly being tampered with? My recent conversation with filmmaker/producer and owner of Rasha Entertainment Inc., Rahiem Shabazz, shed some light on the topic of genocide and it’s relevance in the educational system and how underhanded this tampering is.

 

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Elementary Genocide 2 Debuts In Harlem, N.Y.

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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 & nationally renowned COSEBOC Consultant; Voyka Soto, Founder & Executive Director of Sofara International Charter School; Pascale Bernard, Deputy Commissioner, Community Relations Bureau, NY Human Rights Commission; and author, and founder of the Harlem Liberation School Agyei Tyehimba. ‪#‎Awareness‬ ‪#‎Action‬

National Re-Entry Month In Atlanta (JUNE 2016)

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Dear Community Servants, Supporters & Activists,
The month of June is recognized nationally as Re-Entry Month. Re-Entry organizations from across the country have banded together to change the narrative on Re-Entry. Each respective state will simultaneous kick-off their events on Saturday, June 4th  2016.
During the month of June, we acknowledge all returning citizens, who were previously incarcerated. We commend those attempting to reintegrate back into the society and assist them in acquiring housing, jobs, and to link them with medical providers
The events include a film screening, workshop, resources and connecting Re-Entry individuals to the larger community.

Anyone interested in being a part of this historical event, providing resources or wish to learn more, please contact Rahiem Shabazz via email at Rahiem.Shabazz@Gmail.com

Debut Screening In Troy, N.Y. EG 1 & EG 2

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Elementary Genocide 1 & 2 Screening
4/2/16 & 4/30 Troy, NY – Boy’s & Girls Club
TIME: 2pm-6pm
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

 

Elementary Genocide Documentary Series Receives 2 Awards

HOUSTON, TX Debut Screening

Guest Speaker RAHIEM SHABAZZ
Revolutionary M.C. TAHIR RBG
Hosted By: SWATARA OLUSHOLA

Shape Community Center
3903 Almeda Rd
Houston, TX 7704Purchase Tickets: http://www.tkpeg.eventbrite.com/

TENNESSEE Debut Screening

Talk Back w/ Dir. Rahiem Shabazz
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Founder of From Afros To Shelltoes Ed Garnes

Jacksonville, FL

Filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation from Masjid Al-Salaam. The event was sold out. Shabazz, appeared with Queen Shahrazad Ali and Jalani Kadesh.

Fairfield, Alabama

Shabazz appeared at Miles College in Fairfield, Alabama

to speak about “The Higher Education Cartel”. After the lecture he was presented with an award for his outstanding contribution to the community and his continuous fight for social justice.

 

 

Breaking Through The Matrix: How To Survive In America

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Tomorrow I’m heading to Jacksonville, FL for dynamic lecture featuring Queen Shahrazad Ali, Joseph Carswell and Myself (Rahiem Shabazz). The topic of discussion is “Breaking Through The Matrix: How To Survive In America”.
 
The last time I was in Jacksonville, FL it was sold out. Get your tickets now.

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