The Re-Education Project
Equipping and empowering African American youth with the tools, strategies, and educational resources to become global change agents.
Rites of Passage
Inspired by these traditional African ceremonies, The Re-education Project's Rites of Passage encourages youth to find their voice and take leadership through our pillars: Black History, Entrepreneurship, African Culture, Social Justice, Social Intelligence, and Literacy.
Join us, Saturdays, in November and December from 11 AM to 2 PM for a liberated education at Shrine of the Black Madonna!
This program is open to youth boys and girls ages 10 to 14.
I started The Re-Education Project to positively impact the educational realities of African American children. I decided that four hundred years of educational racism in the United States was enough; I was no longer willing to wait for someone to save our children. Our children deserve targeted and culturally-relevant education that will enable them to be innovate and to be global change agents.
–Lindsay Gary, MPA, MA
Founder & Board President