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Inspiring the Young Minds of Our Future

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Our goal

Curriculum Reform, Giving Youth a Guided Voice

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Our Method

Teacher Preparation, Technology, Youth Programs

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Artist Eugene Grigsby born
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Black Poetry Day is celebrated
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Dr. Mae Jemison, astronaut, physician, promoter of science issues
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Lerone Bennett Jr., a classical author
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Poetry Corner

What happens when an old black man, Toothless and raggedy, Walks into a bank, catches Some young, white, middle-manager's ear With a slurred tale of coins Hoarded from his wife and kids (Who would only...
THRIFT by Cornelius Eady

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Youth Programs at the Registry are designed to give youth a guided voice. We call them "Street Teams" and we currently have two. They work with youth between ages 8 thru 18 connecting them with other races and elders in their community and preserve their experiences. We also challenge youth to do research with our content and align their choices with their birthday, an episode, person or location.

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