The Mountain Movers Project, in partnership with The National Rites of Passage Institute, the Youth Resiliency Institute, Black Child Journal, and Sankofa Global
Presents a Black History Month Conversation with Black Warrior and Institution Builder—PAUL COATES
Saturday, February 25th Saturday
Friendly Inn Settlement House, Cleveland, Ohio
2386 Unwin Road
2 pm sharp.
Paul Coates is the Founder of Black Classic Press and Printing - the oldest and only
Black-owned and operated Digital Book Printing Company in the USA - Former Defense Captain of the Baltimore Black Panther Party and also the father of award-winning journalist and author Ta-Nehisi Coates.
Elder Coates will share his experiences, insights, and wisdom on Black Families, Black History, Black Books, Black Thought, self-determination, activism, and cooperative economics with the community.
The free event will include an opening musical libation by legendary Roots Reggae Band “THE WORD” led by Baba Afi-Nur Nkrumah and Featuring The Daughters of Light!
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Dr. Haki Madhubuti
Keynote “Mountain Movers” Project Launch
55 Years of Black Literary Excellence
A partnership between The National Rites of Passage Institute (Ohio) and The Youth Resiliency Institute (Maryland), The Mountain Movers project is a cross-generational community arts project connecting youth in Cleveland, East Cleveland and Baltimore to local, national, and international Black art networks focused on the restitution of our African cultural heritage.
Saturday, December 10, 2022
Doors open at 1:30pm
Event starts at 2pm Sharp
Location: The Bop Stop 2920 Detroit Ave., Cleveland, OH 44113
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