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On Saturday, November 3, the next session of My Brother's Keeper (MBK), a program that utilizes Afrocentric education to target at-risk black males attending Paul Robeson Malcolm X Academy in Detroit, will be held in C301 Snyder-Phillips Hall starting at 10 a.m. Saturday's session will utilize the theme of breakdancing as a form of expression.
The MBK 2012-2013 program theme is "Performance Literacies: Interrelations with Social Justice and Daily Performance Empowerment" and was developed by MBK Graduate Coordinator Liz Harvin, in collaboration with Blat! Pack, a local Hip-Hop music collective. This exciting new critical literacy initiative reflects the best of what legendary old-school rapper KRS-One called "Edutainment" -- critical education through entertainmnet.