Black History Month Events at Troupe School- Coordinated by Nathan Joyner

Peace and blessings sisters and brother, Nguzo Saba, KUJICUACULIA, Self determination, To define ourselves, name ourselves, an speak for ourselves, instead of being defined, and spoken for by others.
Black History Month is here. February 1st is National Freedom Day, Students of Troupe School, Connecticut, Red, Black, & Green (R.B.G.). Black Lives Matter, Men Making A Difference (M.M.A.D.) and the United Nuwaupian Nation presents “The Cultural Complex: Africans Born In America History Month February 2017” A Critical Assessment of Youth Empowerment And The Establishment of A Liberation Program in New Haven, CT. The theme is “Re-educating our youth with the Truth: A Re-emphasis on our African Culture before, during and after the Mid-Atlantic Slave Trade. Events will be every Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursday, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm except the week of the 20’s. New Haven public schools are on vacation. Please come out and support our youth and know your truth African self. Vendors are welcome, $10.00 vendor’s fee per day are for the 7th and 8th grade classes Peace and blessings