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Helena Hicks Emancipation School: Spring Series
The Helena Hicks Emancipation School of the Billie Holiday Center for Liberation Arts at Johns Hopkins University brings the topics, questions, and methods of Black Studies out of the “Ivory Tower” and into the places of its origin – the community schools, organizations, cultural centers and houses of worship that nurtured 20th century black social movements.

The faculty experts, subjects and dates for this Spring’s Emancipation School are:

-April 6th at 7p join Professor Minkah Makalani as he speaks on the artistic and political evolution of hip-hop music and cultures.

-April 13th at 7p join Dr. Jasmine Blanks Jones as she speaks on black theater as a tool of liberatory education.

-May 4th at 7p join Professor Sasha Turner as she speaks on the politics of gender, race and medicine in historical perspective.

-May 11 at 7p join Professor Richard Lofton as he speaks on the school-to-prison pipeline and implications for Baltimore’s youth.
For more information about the Billie Holiday Center visit: https://sites.krieger.jhu.edu/billie-holiday/
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