Save the date!
March 8th 2018
Join us on Thursday March 8th at Central Tech for a performance, film screening and panel to discuss the themes of uprising and anti-oppression (recognizing and resisting oppression).
Central Tech – 725 Bathurst St – Room 208

Toronto, Ontario

Please register for a free ticket as space is limited to 100 people! 

Spoken Word by SPIN El Poeta and Yungstar Millz

Opening by Alexis DJ D’Boys

Film by Creature Films – Uprising Hip Hop and the LA Riots – (film depicts violent scenes and course language, we will debrief this in the panel, but please watch the trailer of the film to see if it is suitable

Panel Moderated by Sam Tecle Featuring SilviaArgentina and LeRoi Newbold

Doors open 6:30 PM with a prompt start at 7 PM

Free Your Mind: A Hip Hop Education STEMposium brings Hip Hop as critical pedagogy (HHCP) and STEM together in an exploration of innovative educational practices that seek to enhance the engagement and achievement of all students. This dialogue between HHCP and STEM also seeks to critique traditional educational methodologies that fail to connect to students and prepare them to engage with the world around them in critical and meaningful ways.


Free Your Mind aims to mobilize the power, popularity and potential of hip hop culture, as well as the effectiveness of student inquiry, problem based learning and technology as a platform for transformative education and re- education. We invite students, educators, parents and communities to join us as we explore the many possibilities for innovative and inclusive education that induces the natural genius of young people.

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