An after school / summer enrichment program created to address the academic, cultural, and social needs of black inner city youth nationally. It provides a unique opportunity to study themes and issues through a cultural lens and with the use of of documentary films, news and current events to advance literary skills, critical thought, and public speaking.



Winter 2018 Program Sample


Conclusion of Project F.E.E.D youth programming for Hosmer Library’s 2018 Winter session. A short documentary entitled: Sunken Egyptian City, “Nyaria’s fieldtrip to the Minneapolis Institute of Art.”


Celebration of Project F.E.E.D youth programming at Hosmer Public Library in Minneapolis, MN. Ralph L. Crowder III facilitates a review of youth documentary work with input from Hosmer Library staff.


This video shares a conversation with a youth participant about Project f.e.e.d programming and the selected documentary film about the legendary photographer Jamel Shabazz.




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