Kheprw Institute

Kheprw Institute

Kheprw Institute

Kheprw Institute 3549 Boulevard Pl Indianapolis, Indiana 46208

Kheprw Institute (KI) is a community organization that works to create a more just, equitable, human-centered world by nurturing youth and young adults to be leaders, critical thinkers and doers who see the people in any community as the most valuable assets and are committed to working with marginalized communities to bring about change that leads to empowered self-sustainable communities


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Upcoming Events at Kheprw Institute

    Oct

    26

    Sat

    Sat, Oct 26, 2019 2:00 PM – Sat, Oct 26, 2019 3:30 PM @ Kheprw Institute

    Africa American Politics is the quest for political parity, power in decision and policy making and protecting that power. Join this FREE informal community course in African America Politics that will cover political historic foundations to modern times.

    This informal course is taught by Dr. Ramala Bandele, IUPUI Professor Emeritus of African American Studies and Political Science. The course will emphasize local politics (not limited to Indianapolis), focusing on how urban politics manifest through the collision of government and community activism.

    Each session will take place every-other Saturdays, 2-3:30pm, first hour lecture followed by a 30 minute discussion. There will be no assignments, but suggested readings are listed below.

    Course Schedule & Topics

    September 28 – Political Historic Foundations

    October 12 – Reconstruction & Jim Crow

    October 26 – African Americans & Urban Politics

    November 9 – Political Ideology and Programs

    November 23 – The Civil Rights Movement

    December 7 – Modern Politics

    Suggested Reading

    Walton, Hanes and Robert Smith. American Politics and the African American Quest for Universal Freedom. (7th Edition; or latest) Pearson Longman Press
    https://www.amazon.com/American-Politics-African-Universal-Freedom/dp/1138658146/

    Hine, Darlene Clark; et.al. African Americans: A Concise History (2nd Edition or latest) Pearson/Prentice Hall
    https://www.amazon.com/African-Americans-Concise-History-Combined/dp/0205969062

    Bandele, Ramala. Black Star: African American Activism in the International Political Economy
    https://www.amazon.com/Black-Star-American-International-Political/dp/0252033396

    Alexander, Michelle. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness
    https://www.amazon.com/New-Jim-Crow-Incarceration-Colorblindness/dp/1595586431/

    About Dr. Ramala Bandele

    Dr. Ramla Bandele is professor emeritus of political science and Africana Studies at Indiana University Purdue University and a long-time supporter and member of Kheprw Institute. She is a writer of plays and short stories and one of the co-founders of the Black Arts Collective (blackartscollective.org). Her works include plays: Facing the Rising Sun, Summer Storm, Fan Me Lord and Venom. She is also the author of Black Star: African American Activism and International Political Economy.

    Tags: Africa American Politics, informal course is taught by Dr. Ramala Bandele, IUPUI Professor Emeritus of African American Studies and Political Science, Life Learning

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    Nov

    09

    Sat

    Sat, Nov 09, 2019 3:00 PM – Sat, Nov 09, 2019 5:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

    Join us for a monthly community celebration including a cooking demonstration and farm fresh food pickup! The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI) is a cooperative started by community members that brings fresh affordable food to our community and supports local farmers like Lawrence Community Gardens. Come celebrate our efforts, enjoy good food, and build with us! Bring a friend!

    PLACE YOUR ORDER ONLINE:
    CCFI.KHEPRW.ORG

    CCFI food share orders are reserved on the 1st Saturday of every month and picked up on the 2nd Saturday of every month. If you missed the deadline to order, we always offer CCFI food shares for sale to walk-ins, but they do sell out!

    The Good Food Feast community celebration is free! CCFI food share bags cost: For one bag of farm fresh food, you pay $20, or $15 for seniors, or $7.50 for EBT/SNAP participants who pay with their SNAP/EBT card (discounted shares available while supplies last). You can learn more and order online at http://food.kheprw.org/

    See the blog section of our website (above) for examples of what is in a CCFI food share bag!

    We can always use more volunteers and help growing our program! Fill out this form (link: https://goo.gl/forms/EgErxFqoHDonSA9O2) or show up on the Second Saturday any time after 10am to volunteer! We will hold a brief meeting after the event (5pm) to share about areas where the CCFI program could use your support!

    Tags: The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), monthly celebration, Good Food, Feast, Lawrence Community Gardens

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    Nov

    09

    Sat

    Sat, Nov 09, 2019 2:00 PM – Sat, Nov 09, 2019 3:30 PM @ Kheprw Institute

    Africa American Politics is the quest for political parity, power in decision and policy making and protecting that power. Join this FREE informal community course in African America Politics that will cover political historic foundations to modern times.

    This informal course is taught by Dr. Ramala Bandele, IUPUI Professor Emeritus of African American Studies and Political Science. The course will emphasize local politics (not limited to Indianapolis), focusing on how urban politics manifest through the collision of government and community activism.

    Each session will take place every-other Saturdays, 2-3:30pm, first hour lecture followed by a 30 minute discussion. There will be no assignments, but suggested readings are listed below.

    Course Schedule & Topics

    September 28 – Political Historic Foundations

    October 12 – Reconstruction & Jim Crow

    October 26 – African Americans & Urban Politics

    November 9 – Political Ideology and Programs

    November 23 – The Civil Rights Movement

    December 7 – Modern Politics

    Suggested Reading

    Walton, Hanes and Robert Smith. American Politics and the African American Quest for Universal Freedom. (7th Edition; or latest) Pearson Longman Press
    https://www.amazon.com/American-Politics-African-Universal-Freedom/dp/1138658146/

    Hine, Darlene Clark; et.al. African Americans: A Concise History (2nd Edition or latest) Pearson/Prentice Hall
    https://www.amazon.com/African-Americans-Concise-History-Combined/dp/0205969062

    Bandele, Ramala. Black Star: African American Activism in the International Political Economy
    https://www.amazon.com/Black-Star-American-International-Political/dp/0252033396

    Alexander, Michelle. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness
    https://www.amazon.com/New-Jim-Crow-Incarceration-Colorblindness/dp/1595586431/

    About Dr. Ramala Bandele

    Dr. Ramla Bandele is professor emeritus of political science and Africana Studies at Indiana University Purdue University and a long-time supporter and member of Kheprw Institute. She is a writer of plays and short stories and one of the co-founders of the Black Arts Collective (blackartscollective.org). Her works include plays: Facing the Rising Sun, Summer Storm, Fan Me Lord and Venom. She is also the author of Black Star: African American Activism and International Political Economy.

    Tags: Africa American Politics, informal course is taught by Dr. Ramala Bandele, IUPUI Professor Emeritus of African American Studies and Political Science, Life Learning

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    Nov

    23

    Sat

    Sat, Nov 23, 2019 2:00 PM – Sat, Nov 23, 2019 3:30 PM @ Kheprw Institute

    Africa American Politics is the quest for political parity, power in decision and policy making and protecting that power. Join this FREE informal community course in African America Politics that will cover political historic foundations to modern times.

    This informal course is taught by Dr. Ramala Bandele, IUPUI Professor Emeritus of African American Studies and Political Science. The course will emphasize local politics (not limited to Indianapolis), focusing on how urban politics manifest through the collision of government and community activism.

    Each session will take place every-other Saturdays, 2-3:30pm, first hour lecture followed by a 30 minute discussion. There will be no assignments, but suggested readings are listed below.

    Course Schedule & Topics

    September 28 – Political Historic Foundations

    October 12 – Reconstruction & Jim Crow

    October 26 – African Americans & Urban Politics

    November 9 – Political Ideology and Programs

    November 23 – The Civil Rights Movement

    December 7 – Modern Politics

    Suggested Reading

    Walton, Hanes and Robert Smith. American Politics and the African American Quest for Universal Freedom. (7th Edition; or latest) Pearson Longman Press
    https://www.amazon.com/American-Politics-African-Universal-Freedom/dp/1138658146/

    Hine, Darlene Clark; et.al. African Americans: A Concise History (2nd Edition or latest) Pearson/Prentice Hall
    https://www.amazon.com/African-Americans-Concise-History-Combined/dp/0205969062

    Bandele, Ramala. Black Star: African American Activism in the International Political Economy
    https://www.amazon.com/Black-Star-American-International-Political/dp/0252033396

    Alexander, Michelle. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness
    https://www.amazon.com/New-Jim-Crow-Incarceration-Colorblindness/dp/1595586431/

    About Dr. Ramala Bandele

    Dr. Ramla Bandele is professor emeritus of political science and Africana Studies at Indiana University Purdue University and a long-time supporter and member of Kheprw Institute. She is a writer of plays and short stories and one of the co-founders of the Black Arts Collective (blackartscollective.org). Her works include plays: Facing the Rising Sun, Summer Storm, Fan Me Lord and Venom. She is also the author of Black Star: African American Activism and International Political Economy.

    Tags: Africa American Politics, informal course is taught by Dr. Ramala Bandele, IUPUI Professor Emeritus of African American Studies and Political Science, Life Learning

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    Dec

    07

    Sat

    Sat, Dec 07, 2019 2:00 PM – Sat, Dec 07, 2019 3:30 PM @ Kheprw Institute

    Africa American Politics is the quest for political parity, power in decision and policy making and protecting that power. Join this FREE informal community course in African America Politics that will cover political historic foundations to modern times.

    This informal course is taught by Dr. Ramala Bandele, IUPUI Professor Emeritus of African American Studies and Political Science. The course will emphasize local politics (not limited to Indianapolis), focusing on how urban politics manifest through the collision of government and community activism.

    Each session will take place every-other Saturdays, 2-3:30pm, first hour lecture followed by a 30 minute discussion. There will be no assignments, but suggested readings are listed below.

    Course Schedule & Topics

    September 28 – Political Historic Foundations

    October 12 – Reconstruction & Jim Crow

    October 26 – African Americans & Urban Politics

    November 9 – Political Ideology and Programs

    November 23 – The Civil Rights Movement

    December 7 – Modern Politics

    Suggested Reading

    Walton, Hanes and Robert Smith. American Politics and the African American Quest for Universal Freedom. (7th Edition; or latest) Pearson Longman Press
    https://www.amazon.com/American-Politics-African-Universal-Freedom/dp/1138658146/

    Hine, Darlene Clark; et.al. African Americans: A Concise History (2nd Edition or latest) Pearson/Prentice Hall
    https://www.amazon.com/African-Americans-Concise-History-Combined/dp/0205969062

    Bandele, Ramala. Black Star: African American Activism in the International Political Economy
    https://www.amazon.com/Black-Star-American-International-Political/dp/0252033396

    Alexander, Michelle. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness
    https://www.amazon.com/New-Jim-Crow-Incarceration-Colorblindness/dp/1595586431/

    About Dr. Ramala Bandele

    Dr. Ramla Bandele is professor emeritus of political science and Africana Studies at Indiana University Purdue University and a long-time supporter and member of Kheprw Institute. She is a writer of plays and short stories and one of the co-founders of the Black Arts Collective (blackartscollective.org). Her works include plays: Facing the Rising Sun, Summer Storm, Fan Me Lord and Venom. She is also the author of Black Star: African American Activism and International Political Economy.

    Tags: Africa American Politics, informal course is taught by Dr. Ramala Bandele, IUPUI Professor Emeritus of African American Studies and Political Science, Life Learning

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    Dec

    14

    Sat

    Sat, Dec 14, 2019 3:00 PM – Sat, Dec 14, 2019 5:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

    Join us for a monthly community celebration including a cooking demonstration and farm fresh food pickup! The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI) is a cooperative started by community members that brings fresh affordable food to our community and supports local farmers like Lawrence Community Gardens. Come celebrate our efforts, enjoy good food, and build with us! Bring a friend!

    PLACE YOUR ORDER ONLINE:
    CCFI.KHEPRW.ORG

    CCFI food share orders are reserved on the 1st Saturday of every month and picked up on the 2nd Saturday of every month. If you missed the deadline to order, we always offer CCFI food shares for sale to walk-ins, but they do sell out!

    The Good Food Feast community celebration is free! CCFI food share bags cost: For one bag of farm fresh food, you pay $20, or $15 for seniors, or $7.50 for EBT/SNAP participants who pay with their SNAP/EBT card (discounted shares available while supplies last). You can learn more and order online at http://food.kheprw.org/

    See the blog section of our website (above) for examples of what is in a CCFI food share bag!

    We can always use more volunteers and help growing our program! Fill out this form (link: https://goo.gl/forms/EgErxFqoHDonSA9O2) or show up on the Second Saturday any time after 10am to volunteer! We will hold a brief meeting after the event (5pm) to share about areas where the CCFI program could use your support!

    Tags: The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), monthly celebration, Good Food, Feast, Lawrence Community Gardens

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Past Events at Kheprw Institute

Oct

12

Sat

Sat, Oct 12, 2019 3:00 PM – Sat, Oct 12, 2019 5:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Join us for a monthly community celebration including a cooking demonstration and farm fresh food pickup! The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI) is a cooperative started by community members that brings fresh affordable food to our community and supports local farmers like Lawrence Community Gardens. Come celebrate our efforts, enjoy good food, and build with us! Bring a friend!

PLACE YOUR ORDER ONLINE:
CCFI.KHEPRW.ORG

CCFI food share orders are reserved on the 1st Saturday of every month and picked up on the 2nd Saturday of every month. If you missed the deadline to order, we always offer CCFI food shares for sale to walk-ins, but they do sell out!

The Good Food Feast community celebration is free! CCFI food share bags cost: For one bag of farm fresh food, you pay $20, or $15 for seniors, or $7.50 for EBT/SNAP participants who pay with their SNAP/EBT card (discounted shares available while supplies last). You can learn more and order online at http://food.kheprw.org/

See the blog section of our website (above) for examples of what is in a CCFI food share bag!

We can always use more volunteers and help growing our program! Fill out this form (link: https://goo.gl/forms/EgErxFqoHDonSA9O2) or show up on the Second Saturday any time after 10am to volunteer! We will hold a brief meeting after the event (5pm) to share about areas where the CCFI program could use your support!

Tags: The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), monthly celebration, Good Food, Feast, Lawrence Community Gardens

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Oct

12

Sat

Sat, Oct 12, 2019 3:00 PM – Sat, Oct 12, 2019 6:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Join the Kheprw Institute for a very special program – our Third Annual Good Food Festival!!! Don’t miss some of Indy’s amazingly talented artists giving live performances as we celebrate grassroots community solutions that use the power of food and community to create the world we want to live in!

FOOD + VENDORS
Catered food as well as wellness vendors, info booths, farmers, face painting, chess, and more shenanigans! Door prizes! Family friendly and free event!

We will celebrate and honor our Kheprw community food programs and uplift all community efforts to improve our lives through bringing good food and good people together for the wellness of our community. The celebration will include food, local musician performances, speakers and activists from our food programs, community wellness organizers and vendors, and invitations to participate in our programs! We will be featuring our own Growin’ Good in the Hood community food growers and celebrating 3+ years of our Community Controlled Food Initiative – providing fresh food from local farmers in a cooperative model!

WHEN: Saturday October 12th, 3-6pm
WHERE: Kheprw Institute, 3549 Boulevard Pl. 46208
WHO: You and all your friends! Kids welcome and encouraged

You can still apply to be a vendor at vendors.kheprw.org. We also need volunteers! E-mail [email protected] or call 317-329-4803 x 703.

Tags: The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), annual celebration, Good Food, Feast, Lawrence Community Gardens

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Oct

12

Sat

Sat, Oct 12, 2019 2:00 PM – Sat, Oct 12, 2019 3:30 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Africa American Politics is the quest for political parity, power in decision and policy making and protecting that power. Join this FREE informal community course in African America Politics that will cover political historic foundations to modern times.

This informal course is taught by Dr. Ramala Bandele, IUPUI Professor Emeritus of African American Studies and Political Science. The course will emphasize local politics (not limited to Indianapolis), focusing on how urban politics manifest through the collision of government and community activism.

Each session will take place every-other Saturdays, 2-3:30pm, first hour lecture followed by a 30 minute discussion. There will be no assignments, but suggested readings are listed below.

Course Schedule & Topics

September 28 – Political Historic Foundations

October 12 – Reconstruction & Jim Crow

October 26 – African Americans & Urban Politics

November 9 – Political Ideology and Programs

November 23 – The Civil Rights Movement

December 7 – Modern Politics

Suggested Reading

Walton, Hanes and Robert Smith. American Politics and the African American Quest for Universal Freedom. (7th Edition; or latest) Pearson Longman Press
https://www.amazon.com/American-Politics-African-Universal-Freedom/dp/1138658146/

Hine, Darlene Clark; et.al. African Americans: A Concise History (2nd Edition or latest) Pearson/Prentice Hall
https://www.amazon.com/African-Americans-Concise-History-Combined/dp/0205969062

Bandele, Ramala. Black Star: African American Activism in the International Political Economy
https://www.amazon.com/Black-Star-American-International-Political/dp/0252033396

Alexander, Michelle. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness
https://www.amazon.com/New-Jim-Crow-Incarceration-Colorblindness/dp/1595586431/

About Dr. Ramala Bandele

Dr. Ramla Bandele is professor emeritus of political science and Africana Studies at Indiana University Purdue University and a long-time supporter and member of Kheprw Institute. She is a writer of plays and short stories and one of the co-founders of the Black Arts Collective (blackartscollective.org). Her works include plays: Facing the Rising Sun, Summer Storm, Fan Me Lord and Venom. She is also the author of Black Star: African American Activism and International Political Economy.

Tags: Africa American Politics, informal course is taught by Dr. Ramala Bandele, IUPUI Professor Emeritus of African American Studies and Political Science, Life Learning

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Sep

29

Sun

Sun, Sep 29, 2019 4:00 PM – Sun, Sep 29, 2019 7:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

The NAACP and Kheprw Institute present a Community Forum on the impacts of lead contamination in our community.

PANELISTS:
Denise Blackburn Abdul-Rahman, NAACP Regional Field Organizer and Midwest Environmental Climate Justice Program
Elizabeth Gore, Indianapolis Public Schools Board Commissioner, Director Martindale Brightwood Environmental Justice Collaborative
Gabriel Filippelli, IUPUI Professor, Director of Center for Urban Heath and Earth Sciences
Garry Holland, NAACP Education Chair

Children can be affected by eating paint chips, inhaling lead-tainted dust, or playing with lead-based toys imported from other countries There are no safe levels. Dozens of school systems have tested positive for lead-pollution in their water. Lead poisoning in children can cause serious, lifelong mental and physical complications, and even death. Symptoms include:

-Developmental Delay
-Hearing Loss
-Learning Difficulties
-Reduced IQ
-Irritability
-Poor Grades at School

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Sep

28

Sat

Sat, Sep 28, 2019 2:00 PM – Sat, Sep 28, 2019 3:30 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Africa American Politics is the quest for political parity, power in decision and policy making and protecting that power. Join this FREE informal community course in African America Politics that will cover political historic foundations to modern times.

This informal course is taught by Dr. Ramala Bandele, IUPUI Professor Emeritus of African American Studies and Political Science. The course will emphasize local politics (not limited to Indianapolis), focusing on how urban politics manifest through the collision of government and community activism.

Each session will take place every-other Saturdays, 2-3:30pm, first hour lecture followed by a 30 minute discussion. There will be no assignments, but suggested readings are listed below.

Course Schedule & Topics

September 28 – Political Historic Foundations

October 12 – Reconstruction & Jim Crow

October 26 – African Americans & Urban Politics

November 9 – Political Ideology and Programs

November 23 – The Civil Rights Movement

December 7 – Modern Politics

Suggested Reading

Walton, Hanes and Robert Smith. American Politics and the African American Quest for Universal Freedom. (7th Edition; or latest) Pearson Longman Press
https://www.amazon.com/American-Politics-African-Universal-Freedom/dp/1138658146/

Hine, Darlene Clark; et.al. African Americans: A Concise History (2nd Edition or latest) Pearson/Prentice Hall
https://www.amazon.com/African-Americans-Concise-History-Combined/dp/0205969062

Bandele, Ramala. Black Star: African American Activism in the International Political Economy
https://www.amazon.com/Black-Star-American-International-Political/dp/0252033396

Alexander, Michelle. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness
https://www.amazon.com/New-Jim-Crow-Incarceration-Colorblindness/dp/1595586431/

About Dr. Ramala Bandele

Dr. Ramla Bandele is professor emeritus of political science and Africana Studies at Indiana University Purdue University and a long-time supporter and member of Kheprw Institute. She is a writer of plays and short stories and one of the co-founders of the Black Arts Collective (blackartscollective.org). Her works include plays: Facing the Rising Sun, Summer Storm, Fan Me Lord and Venom. She is also the author of Black Star: African American Activism and International Political Economy.

Tags: Africa American Politics, informal course is taught by Dr. Ramala Bandele, IUPUI Professor Emeritus of African American Studies and Political Science, Life Learning

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Sep

25

Wed

Wed, Sep 25, 2019 5:00 PM – Wed, Sep 25, 2019 7:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Growin’ Good in the Hood Growers will share what they learned this growing season! Growin’ Good in the Hood is a program of the Kheprw Institute focused on giving community access to land and training to grow health food in our neighborhood. Join us as this year’s growers share what they learned this year.

Event is located at the KI Agrilab at 2525 Boulevard Place.

Special Thanks to:
Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority
Patronicity
IU Health
Groundwork Indy
SustainIndy

Tags: Growin’ Good in the Hood, Local Food, Agriculture, Urban, Kheprw Institute

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Sep

14

Sat

Sat, Sep 14, 2019 3:00 PM – Sat, Sep 14, 2019 5:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Join us for a monthly community celebration including a cooking demonstration and farm fresh food pickup! The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI) is a cooperative started by community members that brings fresh affordable food to our community and supports local farmers like Lawrence Community Gardens. Come celebrate our efforts, enjoy good food, and build with us! Bring a friend!

PLACE YOUR ORDER ONLINE:
CCFI.KHEPRW.ORG

CCFI food share orders are reserved on the 1st Saturday of every month and picked up on the 2nd Saturday of every month. If you missed the deadline to order, we always offer CCFI food shares for sale to walk-ins, but they do sell out!

The Good Food Feast community celebration is free! CCFI food share bags cost: For one bag of farm fresh food, you pay $20, or $15 for seniors, or $7.50 for EBT/SNAP participants who pay with their SNAP/EBT card (discounted shares available while supplies last). You can learn more and order online at http://food.kheprw.org/

See the blog section of our website (above) for examples of what is in a CCFI food share bag!

We can always use more volunteers and help growing our program! Fill out this form (link: https://goo.gl/forms/EgErxFqoHDonSA9O2) or show up on the Second Saturday any time after 10am to volunteer! We will hold a brief meeting after the event (5pm) to share about areas where the CCFI program could use your support!

Tags: The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), monthly celebration, Good Food, Feast, Lawrence Community Gardens

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Aug

10

Sat

Sat, Aug 10, 2019 3:00 PM – Sat, Aug 10, 2019 5:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Join us for a monthly community celebration including a cooking demonstration and farm fresh food pickup! The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI) is a cooperative started by community members that brings fresh affordable food to our community and supports local farmers like Lawrence Community Gardens. Come celebrate our efforts, enjoy good food, and build with us! Bring a friend!

PLACE YOUR ORDER ONLINE:
CCFI.KHEPRW.ORG

CCFI food share orders are reserved on the 1st Saturday of every month and picked up on the 2nd Saturday of every month. If you missed the deadline to order, we always offer CCFI food shares for sale to walk-ins, but they do sell out!

The Good Food Feast community celebration is free! CCFI food share bags cost: For one bag of farm fresh food, you pay $20, or $15 for seniors, or $7.50 for EBT/SNAP participants who pay with their SNAP/EBT card (discounted shares available while supplies last). You can learn more and order online at http://food.kheprw.org/

See the blog section of our website (above) for examples of what is in a CCFI food share bag!

We can always use more volunteers and help growing our program! Fill out this form (link: https://goo.gl/forms/EgErxFqoHDonSA9O2) or show up on the Second Saturday any time after 10am to volunteer! We will hold a brief meeting after the event (5pm) to share about areas where the CCFI program could use your support!

Tags: The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), monthly celebration, Good Food, Feast, Lawrence Community Gardens

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Aug

05

Mon

Mon, Aug 05, 2019 9:00 AM – Mon, Aug 05, 2019 11:00 AM @ Kheprw Institute

Culture Shift is a 3-month leadership course focused on tools and opportunities to shape a better future in three focus areas:

Social Capital + Social Entrepreneurship + Art for Change

Fall 2019 Course Description:
Today we are faced with growing economic, social and environmental challenges that demand a fundamental paradigm shift. This shift values people over possessions and helps us heal, reconnect and work together across divisions to create a better future. In this course, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from and engage closely with leaders of Scarabys Consulting and other practitioners catalyzing cultural change.

Each month will include two 2-hour sessions at Kheprw Institute (3549 Boulevard Place) focused on each topic. The first session will be focused on networking and dialogue with a panel of practitioners. The second session will be a workshop focused on learning and applying key concepts.

Testimonials:

“I had the privilege of being apart of the first Scarabys Consulting MasterClass discussing social equity and it was beyond life affirming. To be able to see the true value in community and work, outside of monetary capital, gave me the push I needed to take my work to the next level. I would recommend Scarabys Consulting to everyone and anyone that is ready to evoke real change within their work.” – Tatjana Rebelle

“Through our Culture Shift class, we established social and cultural networks that extended beyond the classroom setting. We learned powerful ways to enhance community investment, civic engagement and economic development to improve urban community well-being…The class motivated me to focus on my own social responsibility to engage in social justice endeavors that make a positive difference in sustaining neighborhoods and communities with effective urban renewal efforts that benefit all people, regardless of their racial and socioeconomic status.” – Latosha Rowley

Course Schedule:
1st and 3rd Mondays, 9-11am August through October.

Social Capital Panel – August 5th, 9-11am
Social Capital is the depth and breadth of your relationships in a community and is often the most resilient resource you have. This panel will bring together experts who will speak to communities that have built and leveraged social capital to enact change. Join us for an engaging and lively discussion on how you can utilize this as a tool for social change and empowerment. Panelists TBA.

Social Capital Workshop – August 19th, 9-11am
This interactive and engaging workshop will help build skills and practice on how you can use social capital to create change in your community. During this session we will walk you through the critical steps of understanding what social capital is, identifying and building your social networks, and accomplishing your goals drawing from this social capital you have built. The Kheprw Institute social enterprises Community Controlled Food Initiative and We Run This illustrate social capital in action.

Social Entrepreneurship Panel – September 2nd, 9-11am
Using the entrepreneurial model to address the social needs of the community and create opportunity, social entrepreneurship aims to create agency, economic leverage, and self determination in communities while addressing critical social issues. As the economy continues to shift, social entrepreneurship has emerged as an attractive model for a changing environment. Social entrepreneurs and experts presenting on the panel will share best practices and approaches. Panelists TBA.

Social Entrepreneurship Workshop – September 16th, 9-11am
This workshop will provide a how-to, theory and practice of social entrepreneurship as a way to transform society, impact social/environmental issues, and create opportunity in community. We will cover what social entrepreneurship is, using examples from around the world and the work of the Kheprw Institute, practice formulating social enterprises using social capital, and learn about the social enterprise model as it relates to this moment in our social and economic environment.

Art for Change Panel – October 7th, 9-11am
Historically art has always influenced the direction and narrative of communities. Join us for a conversation grounded in exploring the ways art is used to build community, raise consciousness, inspire people to action and spur creativity. We will have a panel of local artists, sharing their experiences and approaches for using their artistry as a tool for change. Panelists TBA.

Art for Change Workshop – October 21st, 9-11am
How does art influence community? In this workshop we will explore tools and strategies that artists use presently and historically to build community, raise consciousness, inspire people to action and spur creativity. We will identify local and national examples and work in groups to brainstorm how these strategies might be used to build community in Indianapolis.

Meet the Instructors

Imhotep Adisa is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Kheprw Institute, a non-profit organization focused on youth development in Indianapolis, IN. Over the course of a momentous 14 year period, Imhotep has guided the Kheprw Institute (KI) as it has blossomed from a small mentorship program serving 5 African American high school males to a mid-size intergenerational multi-racial organization addressing and creating future-oriented solutions for myriads of community challenges: education, environment, economy and empowerment.

Drawing on a lifetime of experience as an entrepreneur and servant leader, Imhotep has helped to successfully launch a multitude of social enterprises with little to no monetary capital. He instead focuses on the power of social capital and believes relationships and people are the most valuable resource in any community. He uses these community-centered businesses as platforms for community economic development and leadership development, serving as a mentor and coach to dozens of individuals within the organization and outside of it. Three of these enterprises are described below.

imhotepadisa.com
LinkedIN
Facebook
Twitter

Mimi Zakem studied environmental management at Indiana University Bloomington where her passion for community-based social change and food system work blossomed. She moved to Indianapolis in 2015 to work with urban farmers as an AmeriCorps VISTA. She connected with the Kheprw Institute and became heavily involved with the Community Controlled Food Initiative as an approach to fresh food access and community building. She is a founding partner of Scarabys Consulting, co-leading curriculum development, speaking and facilitation. She is grateful for heaps of mentorship and community love, as she works toward self-mastery and growing her contribution to community.

LinkedIn
YouTube – Community Controlled Food Initiative
IndyStar: Community Collaboration in Key to Food Security

Diop Adisa was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is a graduate of IUPUI studying philosophy. He has been with the grassroots community organization Kheprw Institute (KI) since its inception back in 2003. To describe him simply, he’s an artist, activist and entrepreneur. He’s a founding partner of Scarabys Consulting where he is a leader in curriculum development, speaking and facilitation. He’s also an independent hip hop artists who has work within the Indianapolis hip hop community for the past 10 years.

diopmusic.com
Instagram
Facebook
Twitter
Spotify

Rasul Palmer has been an integral part of the Kheprw Institute for over 10 years. He is a natural systems thinker and is always looking at the bigger picture. He has facilitated many community conversations and public forums at Kheprw Institute over the years including series on The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander, Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates and currently he is a co-facilitator for Afrofuture Fridays along with local Indy writer Maurice Broaddus.

afrofuturism.kheprw.org
YouTube – Rasul Palmer talks about The New Jim Crow
YouTube – Systems Thinking and Aquaponics

Registration Fees:
All enrollment fees go toward supporting the work of Kheprw Institute.

Full Course (6 Classes) $750

3 Scholarships Available Apply Online scholarships.scarabys.com

Want to sponsor a scholarship?
Click the register button above to help us make the class accessible to more people.

Contact us at [email protected]

Tags: Culture Shift Masterclass, Scaraby’s Consulting, Kheprw Institute

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Jul

13

Sat

Sat, Jul 13, 2019 3:00 PM – Sat, Jul 13, 2019 5:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Join us for a monthly community celebration including a cooking demonstration and farm fresh food pickup! The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI) is a cooperative started by community members that brings fresh affordable food to our community and supports local farmers like Lawrence Community Gardens. Come celebrate our efforts, enjoy good food, and build with us! Bring a friend!

PLACE YOUR ORDER ONLINE:
CCFI.KHEPRW.ORG

CCFI food share orders are reserved on the 1st Saturday of every month and picked up on the 2nd Saturday of every month. If you missed the deadline to order, we always offer CCFI food shares for sale to walk-ins, but they do sell out!

The Good Food Feast community celebration is free! CCFI food share bags cost: For one bag of farm fresh food, you pay $20, or $15 for seniors, or $7.50 for EBT/SNAP participants who pay with their SNAP/EBT card (discounted shares available while supplies last). You can learn more and order online at http://food.kheprw.org/

See the blog section of our website (above) for examples of what is in a CCFI food share bag!

We can always use more volunteers and help growing our program! Fill out this form (link: https://goo.gl/forms/EgErxFqoHDonSA9O2) or show up on the Second Saturday any time after 10am to volunteer! We will hold a brief meeting after the event (5pm) to share about areas where the CCFI program could use your support!

Tags: The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), monthly celebration, Good Food, Feast, Lawrence Community Gardens

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Jun

22

Sat

Sat, Jun 22, 2019 12:00 PM – Sat, Jun 22, 2019 2:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Food Justice Workshop Featuring Corey McDaniel aka the Food Architect

Discussion on Combatting Food Insecurity
Live Food Demo
Recipe Sharing

Free to All. RSVP at tinyurl.com/foodsalon2

Tags: Discussion on Combatting Food Insecurity, Live Food Demo, Recipe Sharing

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Jun

20

Thu

Thu, Jun 20, 2019 6:30 PM – Thu, Jun 20, 2019 8:30 PM @ Kheprw Institute

The Build is a movement of art & culture led by Indianapolis artists coming together to share ideas and resources to sustain and grow their creative work. Come and discuss your experience and thoughts on the current and future state of the Indy music/art community. As always, there will be food, a live DJ, featured visual artist and a celebration of community.

Event is cohosted by Indy artists Diop Adisa, Stacia Moon, and Sean Stuart.

Tags: movement of art & culture, The Build, Kheprw Institute

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Jun

09

Sun

Sun, Jun 09, 2019 2:00 PM – Sun, Jun 09, 2019 4:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Join us every 2nd Sunday for a book discussion as we seek to learn from each other and spark critical conversation about what is happening in the world. Each month our group selects a different book chosen the previous month. Haven’t read the book? Not a problem, join the discussion and help us choose next month’s book!

DISCUSSION SCHEDULE:

NOVEMBER 2018
Stamped from the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi

The National Book Award winning history of how racist ideas were created, spread, and deeply rooted in American society.

Some Americans insist that we’re living in a post-racial society. But racist thought is not just alive and well in America–it is more sophisticated and more insidious than ever. And as award-winning historian Ibram X. Kendi argues, racist ideas have a long and lingering history, one in which nearly every great American thinker is complicit.

https://www.amazon.com/Stamped-Beginning-Definitive-History-National/dp/1568585985

DECEMBER 2018
Coming Soon

This book discussion is hosted in partnership with the IUPUI Urban Education Studies Doctoral Program.

Tags: book discussion, book club, Kheprw Institute, IUPUI Urban Education Studies Doctoral Program, Stamped from the Beginning

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Jun

08

Sat

Sat, Jun 08, 2019 3:00 PM – Sat, Jun 08, 2019 5:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Join us for a monthly community celebration including a cooking demonstration and farm fresh food pickup! The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI) is a cooperative started by community members that brings fresh affordable food to our community and supports local farmers like Lawrence Community Gardens. Come celebrate our efforts, enjoy good food, and build with us! Bring a friend!

PLACE YOUR ORDER ONLINE:
CCFI.KHEPRW.ORG

CCFI food share orders are reserved on the 1st Saturday of every month and picked up on the 2nd Saturday of every month. If you missed the deadline to order, we always offer CCFI food shares for sale to walk-ins, but they do sell out!

The Good Food Feast community celebration is free! CCFI food share bags cost: For one bag of farm fresh food, you pay $20, or $15 for seniors, or $7.50 for EBT/SNAP participants who pay with their SNAP/EBT card (discounted shares available while supplies last). You can learn more and order online at http://food.kheprw.org/

See the blog section of our website (above) for examples of what is in a CCFI food share bag!

We can always use more volunteers and help growing our program! Fill out this form (link: https://goo.gl/forms/EgErxFqoHDonSA9O2) or show up on the Second Saturday any time after 10am to volunteer! We will hold a brief meeting after the event (5pm) to share about areas where the CCFI program could use your support!

Tags: The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), monthly celebration, Good Food, Feast, Lawrence Community Gardens

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May

13

Mon

Mon, May 13, 2019 6:00 PM – Mon, May 13, 2019 8:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

The Indianapolis Zoning Board is currently considering a petition to rezone 2200 Montcalm from I-3 (Industrial) to I-4 (Heavy Industrial) and variances to allow for the processing of limestone into gravel.

Join us to learn more from a panel who have been engaged in the issue:
– Paula Brooks
– More to be announced!

Click here for more information (potential pros, cons and health impacts):
http://bit.ly/2200montcalm

The hearing is Wednesday, May 15th, 1:00pm, at the City County Building, 2nd Floor, Public Assembly Room (all public comments, letters/emails, must be in by May 10th SEE MORE INFORMATION BELOW).

Citizen’s Energy is digging an underground 3.7 mile tunnel through limestone from 21st and Martin Luther King Dr. to the Fairgrounds. Citizen’s wants to dump all of that limestone at 2200 Montcalm to company who will crush the limestone into gravel to be sold for driveways, etc. The removal of this gravel will greatly increase truck traffic up and down Montcalm, and additional 100 truck movements daily for a minimum of four years as they transport gravel from the site.

Citizen’s plans to build a large conveyor belt across the Canal and Fall Creek to transport the limestone to 2200 Montcalm. However, there are other options available to Citizen’s Gas for removing the limestone from their property. They don’t need to convey the thousands (maybe millions) of tons of limestone across Fall Creek. They can truck the limestone from Citizen’s property on the MLK side which is right next to the interstate I-65.

PUBLIC COMMENTS – ANYONE CAN COMMENT
If you’d like your voice to be heard on this issue you can write a short email or letter to the individuals listed below sharing with them your thoughts on this project.

REMEMBER – All letters must be in by May 10, 2019.

Each person is free to either support or reject this rezoning limestone project for 2200 Montcalm. Write your email (or regular USPS mail letters) to namely, Kathleen Blackham as well as the other individuals:

[email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

[email protected] – 317-327-5165 Kathleen Blackham, Staff Planner, Current Planning, Dept. of Metropolitan Development 200 E Washington St # 2042, Indianapolis, IN 46204

[email protected] Emily Mack, Director Dept. of Metropolitan Development 200 E Washington St # 2042, Indianapolis, IN 46204

[email protected] John Trypus, Director, Special Projects Engineering, Citizens 2020 N Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46202 Director of Underground Engineering & Construction (Office/Fax) 317.429-3954 (Mobile) 317.965-2223

[email protected] Shannon Stahley, Manager, Special Projects, Citizens 2020 N Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46202

[email protected] – 317-327-5114 Keith Holdsworth, Director, Current Planning, Dept. of Metropolitan Development 200 E Washington St # 2042, Indianapolis, IN 46204

[email protected] Vop Osili, City Councilor 133 W. Market Unit 184, Indianapolis, IN 46204

[email protected] Jeff Bennett, Deputy Mayor, Office of the Mayor 200 E Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204

SAMPLE LETTER:

To: ______________________
My name is ________________________.
I (oppose/favor) the petitioner’s request to rezone 2200 N. Montcalm to heavy industrial level I-4 because …

Tags: discussion, rezoning, industrial to heavy industrial, daily activism, community

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May

12

Sun

Sun, May 12, 2019 2:00 PM – Sun, May 12, 2019 4:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Join us every 2nd Sunday for a book discussion as we seek to learn from each other and spark critical conversation about what is happening in the world. Each month our group selects a different book chosen the previous month. Haven’t read the book? Not a problem, join the discussion and help us choose next month’s book!

DISCUSSION SCHEDULE:

NOVEMBER 2018
Stamped from the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi

The National Book Award winning history of how racist ideas were created, spread, and deeply rooted in American society.

Some Americans insist that we’re living in a post-racial society. But racist thought is not just alive and well in America–it is more sophisticated and more insidious than ever. And as award-winning historian Ibram X. Kendi argues, racist ideas have a long and lingering history, one in which nearly every great American thinker is complicit.

https://www.amazon.com/Stamped-Beginning-Definitive-History-National/dp/1568585985

DECEMBER 2018
Coming Soon

This book discussion is hosted in partnership with the IUPUI Urban Education Studies Doctoral Program.

Tags: book discussion, book club, Kheprw Institute, IUPUI Urban Education Studies Doctoral Program, Stamped from the Beginning

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May

11

Sat

Sat, May 11, 2019 3:00 PM – Sat, May 11, 2019 5:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Join us for a monthly community celebration including a cooking demonstration and farm fresh food pickup! The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI) is a cooperative started by community members that brings fresh affordable food to our community and supports local farmers like Lawrence Community Gardens. Come celebrate our efforts, enjoy good food, and build with us! Bring a friend!

PLACE YOUR ORDER ONLINE:
CCFI.KHEPRW.ORG

CCFI food share orders are reserved on the 1st Saturday of every month and picked up on the 2nd Saturday of every month. If you missed the deadline to order, we always offer CCFI food shares for sale to walk-ins, but they do sell out!

The Good Food Feast community celebration is free! CCFI food share bags cost: For one bag of farm fresh food, you pay $20, or $15 for seniors, or $7.50 for EBT/SNAP participants who pay with their SNAP/EBT card (discounted shares available while supplies last). You can learn more and order online at http://food.kheprw.org/

See the blog section of our website (above) for examples of what is in a CCFI food share bag!

We can always use more volunteers and help growing our program! Fill out this form (link: https://goo.gl/forms/EgErxFqoHDonSA9O2) or show up on the Second Saturday any time after 10am to volunteer! We will hold a brief meeting after the event (5pm) to share about areas where the CCFI program could use your support!

Tags: The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), monthly celebration, Good Food, Feast, Lawrence Community Gardens

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Apr

14

Sun

Sun, Apr 14, 2019 2:00 PM – Sun, Apr 14, 2019 4:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Join us every 2nd Sunday for a book discussion as we seek to learn from each other and spark critical conversation about what is happening in the world. Each month our group selects a different book chosen the previous month. Haven’t read the book? Not a problem, join the discussion and help us choose next month’s book!

DISCUSSION SCHEDULE:

NOVEMBER 2018
Stamped from the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi

The National Book Award winning history of how racist ideas were created, spread, and deeply rooted in American society.

Some Americans insist that we’re living in a post-racial society. But racist thought is not just alive and well in America–it is more sophisticated and more insidious than ever. And as award-winning historian Ibram X. Kendi argues, racist ideas have a long and lingering history, one in which nearly every great American thinker is complicit.

https://www.amazon.com/Stamped-Beginning-Definitive-History-National/dp/1568585985

DECEMBER 2018
Coming Soon

This book discussion is hosted in partnership with the IUPUI Urban Education Studies Doctoral Program.

Tags: book discussion, book club, Kheprw Institute, IUPUI Urban Education Studies Doctoral Program, Stamped from the Beginning

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Apr

13

Sat

Sat, Apr 13, 2019 3:00 PM – Sat, Apr 13, 2019 5:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

Join us for a monthly community celebration including a cooking demonstration and farm fresh food pickup! The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI) is a cooperative started by community members that brings fresh affordable food to our community and supports local farmers like Lawrence Community Gardens. Come celebrate our efforts, enjoy good food, and build with us! Bring a friend!

PLACE YOUR ORDER ONLINE:
CCFI.KHEPRW.ORG

CCFI food share orders are reserved on the 1st Saturday of every month and picked up on the 2nd Saturday of every month. If you missed the deadline to order, we always offer CCFI food shares for sale to walk-ins, but they do sell out!

The Good Food Feast community celebration is free! CCFI food share bags cost: For one bag of farm fresh food, you pay $20, or $15 for seniors, or $7.50 for EBT/SNAP participants who pay with their SNAP/EBT card (discounted shares available while supplies last). You can learn more and order online at http://food.kheprw.org/

See the blog section of our website (above) for examples of what is in a CCFI food share bag!

We can always use more volunteers and help growing our program! Fill out this form (link: https://goo.gl/forms/EgErxFqoHDonSA9O2) or show up on the Second Saturday any time after 10am to volunteer! We will hold a brief meeting after the event (5pm) to share about areas where the CCFI program could use your support!

Tags: The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), monthly celebration, Good Food, Feast, Lawrence Community Gardens

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Apr

12

Fri

Fri, Apr 12, 2019 6:00 PM – Fri, Apr 12, 2019 8:00 PM @ Kheprw Institute

AFROFUTURE FRIDAY: A DEEP DIVE INTO N.K. JEMISIN

It’s being said that for those of us into fantasy, we’re no longer in the age of JRR Tolkien, but rather we’re in the age of NK Jemisin. Join us as we begin a three-month deep dive into the work of the phenomenal N.K. Jemisin who has earned every last accolade heaped upon her.

BACKGROUND

The Fifth Season (2015) is the first volume in the Broken Earth series and is followed by The Obelisk Gate and The Stone Sky. The Fifth Season takes place on a planet with a single supercontinent called the Stillness. Every few centuries, its inhabitants endure what they call a “Fifth Season” of catastrophic climate change.

The society of the Stillness is broken up into many “comms”, “use-castes”, races and species. Such as orogenes, people with the ability to control energy, particularly that of the ground (directly) and temperature (indirectly).

In a prologue, an extraordinarily powerful orogene discusses the sad state of the world and laments the oppression of his race. He then uses his enormous power to fracture the entire continent along its length, threatening to cause the worst Fifth Season in recorded history. The story then follows three female orogenes across the Stillness from different time periods.

In August 2017 it was announced that The Fifth Season is being adapted for television by TNT

We’ll be discussing themes of the book and what it has to say about community, oppression, and most importantly, resistance. As always, we gather at 6p for our listening lab and meal. Discussion begins at 6:30pm.

RESOURCES:

Watch N.K. Jemisin’s acceptance speech and celebrate her unprecedented Hugo Award for Best Novel three-peat: – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lFybhRxoVM&feature=youtu.be

https://www.vulture.com/2018/11/nk-jemisin-fifth-season-broken-earth-trilogy.html

For Reigning Fantasy Queen N.K. Jemisin, There’s No Escape From Reality “I’m writing about dragons as a black woman, and it’s fucking political.”

N.K. Jemisin’s recent twitter rant – why do we have to mention her race
https://twitter.com/nkjemisin/status/1040075510376747008

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Join us for the Second Friday of each month from 6 to 8pm. As always, there will be food, music and celebration of community.

OUR HOSTS

Maurice Broaddus
A community organizer and teacher, his work has appeared in Lightspeed Magazine, Weird Tales, Apex Magazine, Asimov’s, Cemetery Dance, Black Static, and many more. Some of his stories have been collected in The Voices of Martyrs. He wrote the urban fantasy trilogy, The Knights of Breton Court. He co-authored the play Finding Home: Indiana at 200. His novellas includeBuffalo Soldier, I Can Transform You, Orgy of Souls, Bleed with Me, and Devil’s Marionette. He is the co-editor of Dark Faith, Dark Faith: Invocations, Streets of Shadows, and People of Colo(u)r Destroy Horror. Learn more about him at MauriceBroaddus.com.

Rasul Palmer
Rasul Palmer has been an integral part of the Kheprw Institute for over 10 years. He is a natural systems thinker and is always looking at the bigger picture. He has facilitated many community conversations and public forums at Kheprw Institute over the years including series on The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander, Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates and currently he is a co-facilitator for Afrofuture Fridays along with local Indy writer Maurice Broaddus.

This program has been made possible through a grant from Indiana Humanities in cooperation with the National Endowment for the Humanities along with support from the Central Indiana Community Foundation.

Tags: Central Indiana Community Foundation, Indiana Humanities, National Endowment for the Humanities, The Broken Earth, Kheprw Institute, Afrofuture Friday

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