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Stand Up!
Stand Up!
Stand Up! The New Politics of Racial Uplift
A Public Philosophy Symposium - May 2, 2008
Temple University - Kiva Auditorium and Tuttleman Learning Center

 

While Democracy Sleeps Panel Discussion
While Democracy Sleeps Panel Discussion
In October 2005 The Jamestown Project host a panel discussion to address the state of democracy in the United States. Included are photos from the event.

 

Jamestown Project - SSHF Celebrity Read Aloud
Jamestown Project - SSHF Celebrity Read Aloud
In May 2009 the Jamestown Project co-sponsored a Celebrity Read Aloud with the Stephanie Starks Hope Foundation in Inglewood, CA through which hundreds of books were donated to the students of Oak Street Elementary School. Senior V.P. Charisse Carney-Nunes spoke at a rally with hundreds of students along with TV stars and local politicians about the importance of literacy. Included are photos from the event.

 

Bakari Kitwana - Rap Sessions
Bakari Kitwana - Rap Sessions
Bakari Kitwana with students from Harvard during Rap Sessions Event.

 

Oiada Transatlantic History 2011
Oiada Transatlantic History 2011

On Wednesday, February 16, 2011 Oiada International held a Transatlantic Celebration event to celebrate Black History Month at the National Museum of African Art/Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, the W.E.B. Du Bois Memorial Centre for Pan-African Culture in Accra, Ghana, Tuskegee University in Tuskegee, Alabama and The Akoma Ntoso Cultural Center in Newark, NJ via telepresence. The event was viewed worldwide by a telecast made available through Polycom.

The First Lady of Ghana, Her Excellency Mrs. Ernestina Naadu Mills’ was present and her speech encouraged the audiences on both continents. Pastor Marvin L. Winans spoke of his trip to Ghana and his singing of “Together We Stand” epitomized the sentiment of the event. We invite everyone to experience the event through this video and pictorial collage.

 

 
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