Debate: "Which is More Important Black Studies or the 3Rs"?

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BEPAA Great Black History Debate Series Continues:

"Which is More Important Black Studies or the 3Rs"

Educators Basir Mchawi and Hank Williams will debate over which is more important, Reading Writing and Arithmetic or Black Studies. Closing remarks will be made by Dr. Akil Khalfani, Sister Betty Dopson & Dr. Leonard Jeffries,. The Debate will be held on March 1, 2015 at 3:00 PM at John Henrik Clarke House, located at 286 Convent Avenue, Harlem NY 10031.

Admission is Free


African Bazaar @ Sistas' Place Saturday, March 21st 1-6 pmSistas' Place hosts an African Bazaar on Saturday, March 21st from 1 - 6 pm featuring Tribal Truths Collection wear by Brenda Bunson Bey, Leather Locs by Sherlock, Ta Ankh Creations (knitwear & crochet accessories), Kiini Ibura Jewelry by Melody and hats and things by Sylvia.

African Bazaar's at Sistas, Place, 456 Nostrand Avenue, are about enjoying the finest in clothing, jewelry and accessories produced by African people for African people.  And at about 3 pm, Viola Plummer will be making remarks about the plebiscite and what it means for us.

Spread the word. For more information (718) 398-1766


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