top of page

Success Week

Black Student Success Week.png

Poetry Workshop

Tuesday 4/23 & Wednesday 4/24

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Poetry Workshop

Middle schoolers are not left out of the excitement this week! While high schoolers engage in the thought-provoking discussions of the Think Tank session, our dynamic poetry workshop awaits students in grades 6-8. 


What to Expect: 


Day One kicks off with an exploration into the captivating world of hip-hop poetry. Participants will unravel the intricate tapestry of poetic devices and literary elements woven into the lyrics of hip-hop artists. From intricate rhyme schemes to powerful imagery, delve into how these elements shape the profound impact of hip-hop on culture and expression.


On Day Two, join acclaimed Oakland artist @TheLooveMooreShow for an immersive journey into the art of crafting a hip-hop song. Gain insights into lyricism, flow, storytelling, and rhythm as you hone your skills under the guidance of a seasoned professional. Prepare to unleash your creativity and elevate your poetic prowess in this two-day exploration of hip-hop's poetic essence


Why Attend: 


  • Interactive Learning: Join acclaimed Oakland artist @TheLooveMooreShow on Day Two for an immersive journey into crafting hip-hop songs.

  • Professional Guidance: Gain insights into lyricism, flow, storytelling, and rhythm from a seasoned professional.

  • Empowering Experience: Discover the transformative power of poetry and hip-hop as a means of self-expression and cultural appreciation.


Don't miss this opportunity to connect, learn, and grow. Let's build a community where Black student success is celebrated and supported. Register here today. See you there!

Empowering young leaders to can navigate the world with confidence and contribute meaningfully to society

​​We invite you to DONATE to our program, which allows us to present scholarships, book awards, and additional programming for our students. Your support is key to the success of our movement of Black Student Success. Donations are greatly appreciated and accepted via our IMPACT Youth Leadership Development program fiscal 501c(3) non-profit sponsor, Project Sankofa EIN: 85-3716648.

bottom of page