Author Rochelle Riley discusses her book that revisits historical figures and reveals what their childhood was like before they became part of our Black History. Please invite youngsters in your family to view this program with you.
Presented by award winning journalist and author, Rochelle Riley.
Moderated by Randall Pinkston
Presentation about African American and Native American communities in the mid-Atlantic region and New Jersey.
Presented by Dr. Christopher Matthews, historical archaelogoist and author of “A Struggle for Heritage: Archaeology and Civil Rights in a Long Island Community.”
Moderated by Shelley Washington
Camp will tell the story of a true cultural warrior on the front lines of democracy and education, and how race and class challenge our ideas about great art.
Presented by Kimberly Camp, President of Galerie Marie in NJ and curator for a New Vision Camden.
Moderated by Jeannette Curtis
Nationally recognized youth justice leader Clinton Lacey discusses trends and future possibilities for the nation's justice system - all in the context of the work and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Presented by Clinton Lacey, Director of the District of Columbia Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) in Washington DC.
Moderated by Jacqueline McLeod