Columbus State Community College and MY Project USA Present:
UPLIFTING OUR NEIGHBORHOODS
Organizing Our Communities
Saturday April 1, 2017
9 am - 7 p.m.
Youth 14-35 | Activists | Community Leaders
This conference is designed to bring young people from various ethnic and faith communities from all across Columbus to one platform. Attendees will learn hands on information about organizing communities to address social, racial and other issues from tested community leaders. At the end of the conference, they will be invited to join various social and justice initiatives in Columbus.
There will also be a Music workshop offered by the world renowned Muslim Hip-Hop artist, Naeem Muhammad of Native Deen band. Please see the program details below.
Columbus State Conference Center
Columbus State Community College
315 Cleveland Ave, 4th floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Civic Engagement, Political Mobilization of the Community, Black Lives Matter, Immigration Reform, Taking Care of Refugees, Building a Compassionate Community, Stopping Drugs, Gangs, Bullies & Human Trafficking.
Justice Juvenile Coalition
Central Ohio Workers Center
International Socialist Organization
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
THE CONCERT & SPOKEN WORD
"THE NARRATIVES OF RESILIENCE"
Starring Naeem Muhammad of Native Deen & Other Local Artists
Saturday Evening, April 1st, , 2017
8:30 - 10:00 p.m.
Join us for an inspiring evening of Music & Spoken Word with the world renowned Muslim Hip-Hop artist, NAEEM MUHAMMAD of NATIVE DEEN band, local youth artists and other bands. They will share their stories of resilience as a member of Muslim, Latino, Black, Refugee, Disabled or other marginalized communities.
This event is open for the entire community and age groups. Families are welcome.