UNRAVELING THE NARRATIVES THAT BIND US
JOKO COLLECTIVE 2017
COLLECTIVE LEARNING & CRITICAL DIALOGUE
MARCH 11TH SESSION AFIBA CENTER 5730 CRENSHAW BLVD, L.A. 4-7 PM
AFRIKAN YOUTH IN CRISIS AND RECOVERY
BRO. YUSEF DOUCET
4:05 – 5:00 PM
Y O U T H M A N I F E S T 0
FOCUS ON RE-DIRECTING & SAVING AFRIKAN YOUTH
BRO. RON HALISI PRICE * BRO. ROBERT JOHNSON * BRO. CRAIG WHITFIELD
5:00 – 5:10
B R E A K
5:10 – 5: 15
P O E T R Y
BRO. DAOUD J. KHALIQ
5:15 – 6:00 PM
A F R I K A N B I R T H R I G H T
A GATEWAY TO OUR FAMILY ORIGIN AND ANCESTRY
BR0. OSIRIS SETI SCOTT BOOQUE
6:00 – 6:30 PM
C UR R E N T E V E N T S
WISDOM FROM THE FIELD
6:30 – 7:00
Q & A/COMMUNITY DIALOGUE
Just a few words about the Joko Collective & what we do & why we keep doin’ it!
The Black Consciousness Movement was destined to falter, was programmed to encounter hills and valleys – not due to legitimate ups and downs of instituting a serious discipline of study, but because its very founding was grounded in political reality and activism and at its inception, its stated objectives were dangerous.
For above all else this movement chose to question the position of Black people in Amerikkka and the world.
Haki R. Madhubuti
(aka Don L. Lee)
A BIG THANKS GOES OUT TO ALL OUR MANY SUPPORTERS PAST & PRESENT, FOR STICKING WITH US FROM THE BEGINNING. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING AND SHARING WITH ALL OF YOU IN THE COMING MONTHS.
All power to all the people