Out-Of-School Book Club
Crayons & Culture is excited to announce the return of our infamous, Summer Book Club classic, "Assata: An Autobiography". As part of our mission to raise a generation of liberated and socially conscious activists, we offer culturally relevant, politically relevant and technologically relevant workshops for the entire family! Join us as we kick off our first, week-long, education series!
Students will critically analyze the success and failure of Black Liberation Movements in the 20th Century and compare and contrast these efforts to our current political state.
Students will contextualize book topics and themes by researching supportive documents, documentaries and first-account testimonials.
Students will gain a knowledge of socio-political and economical power structures and how those systems are leveraged for intended purposes.
June 18th 2019-July 30, 2019: 6pm-8pm
Registration: $210 (Book Included)
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Tutoring With A Twist 1.0
The Tutoring With A Twist Experience is a culturally relevant tutoring program pioneered by Crayons & Culture CEO and Teach For America Alum, A.S. Carey. TWT uses a combination of creative story-telling, semantic analysis, technology, integrated arts and global perspective to facilitate content mastery. We provide an opportunity for children and youth to experience a rigorous, personalized education plan by the leading educators of the day! Invest in your legacy today!
"We are creating our own Ed-Reform Movement" -A.S. Carey, CEO
Languages of the Diaspora: Kiswahili (Ages 7-13)
Crayons & Culture is proud to offer Kiswahili classes as the first installation of our Languages Of The Diaspora series. Children will learn Kiswahili through songs, drumming, read-alouds and interactive play! Co-taught by Baba Wakili and Mama Agzja, this experience will ground scholars in a strong cultural identity by immersing children in a language that supports and promotes Africa. In addition, learning Kiswahili will open future educational and business opportunities in regions such as Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Barundi, The Congo, Zaire, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia and Somali Republic.
Ujima Youth Commission (Fall 2019)
"Ujima" is a Swahili word that means "collective work and responsibility". The Ujima Youth Commission (UYC) is a social justice advocacy group comprised of local youth activist seeking to effectuate positive change in their surrounding community. The commission will specialize in grassroots organizing, community mobilizing and youth advocacy.