Greatest MINDS Symposium on Racial Equity, Excellence & Black Joy
Wednesday – Unofficial Kick off at Museum of Science
Thursday – Saturday – Hybrid Conference in Nubian Square at Reevx Labs, the Roxbury Branch of the Boston Public Library, Soleil Restaurant and Dudley Café in Nubian Square, Roxbury.
Sunday – Unofficial Closing Event at La Fabrica Central in Central Square, Cambridge, MA
Join us as we explore ourselves and achievement and how we are reimagining our educational experience for ourselves and our young people.
Join the Greatest MINDS as we build our community and networks together for a 4-day symposium bringing Racial Equity, Education, Black Joy, and Excellence to our urban neighborhoods. Events are open to high school students, college students, parents, young professionals, and community members.
Join us in Roxbury, MA for in person/hybrid symposiums at the following locations: Reevx Labs, The Roxbury Branch of the Boston Public Library, Museum of Science, Dudley Café, Soleil Restaurant, and La Fabrica Central.
Some sessions will be offered virtual.
YOU CAN REGISTER HERE FOR THE SYMPOSIUM :
UNOFFICIAL KICK OFF
Greatest MINDS is a networking organization of educators, activists, entrepreneurs, young professionals, artists, and community members. Our mission is to provide mentorship and guidance to citizens and first-generation college students seeking to become active and successful contributors to civil society by giving them access to college, career, and community networks. We achieve this by promoting intergenerational dialogue through developing programs, forums, initiatives, campaigns, and conferences that highlight the issues of race, socio-economic class, and gender identity in urban cities and on college campuses. Through our collaborative process, we work towards solving these social justice issues by developing a more inclusive democracy and economy.
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FOR MORE INFORMATION - CONTACT:
George (Chip) Greenidge, Jr.
Founder & Director, Greatest MINDS
Visiting Fellow, Ash Center for Democratic Governance & Innovation, Harvard Kennedy School - https://ash.harvard.edu/people/george-greenidge
857.312.6340 - Cell Phone
firstname.lastname@example.org - Email
www.gminds.org - Web
https://ash.harvard.edu/responsibility-intellectuals-changing-city - Harvard Ash News Article
2022 Recent Announcement: George (Chip) Greenidge, Jr. named the Inaugural 2022 American Sociological Association's Community & Urban Publicly Engaged Scholar Award
Article: https://www.georgegreenidge.com/post/george-greenidge-jr-named-inaugural-2022-asa-s-community-urban-publicly-engaged-scholar-award HKS Article: The "Responsibility" of Intellectuals to a Changing City : George R. Greenidge. Jr. Article: https://www.georgegreenidge.com/post/the-responsibility-of-intellectuals-to-a-changing-city