On Saturday, January 16, 2016, The Chinue X Project, Inc. began its first session of the 2016 TCXPI Afrocentric Young Scholars Saturday School Program at the Impact Hub Oakland, 2323 Broadway. (TCXPI SSP)
The program will be be held in four six-week sessions beginning the second Saturdays of the months of January, April, July, and October. It is offered to children 5-14 years old and will hold as its subject matter African History and the many contributions made by people of African descent to world and human civilization. Each Saturday session will run from 9-12 am and may change dependent on scheduled events.
The program will have a non-traditional educational setting. The facilitated instruction will include but will not be limited to: Ancient African Civilization, African Geography and its Cultures and Traditions, and Kwanzaa and the Nguzo Saba. The young scholars will also experience theme-based community events during each six week session.
The goal of the program is to build each scholars African-centered knowledge base in order to extend their research and education for African heritage and culture.
For additional information on how to enroll your young scholar, please email: TCXPI Email
I hope that you will share this within your community. Our children deserve education that centers them as subjects, not objects; as victors, not victims.
Chinue X, Founder