Enstrumental + #blkcreatives Presents
The Miseducation of Solution(s): A Healthy Debate With Jill Is Black & Lupe Fiasco
In The Miseducation of The Negro by Carter G. Woodson in 1933, he outlined the facts for the need of the people to develop the power of execution and action to deal with the fundamental matters of education, religion, literature, philosophy, etc.
Inspired by this phraseology, in 1998, Lauryn Hill released The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, in which she used her creativity and musical platform to dispel the notion and reaction to faulty guidance and direction, to further dive into the themes of liberation, community and popular culture.
On October 19, 2017 in Chicago, Enstrumental and #blkcreatives presented an in-person live experience for a generation who prefers solutions over symbolism, and the use of our talents and mental fortitude to consistently uplift our imagination, our art, and our history, for meaningful change.
The Miseducation of Solution(s) was an interactive discussion with two of the most prolific, profound, passionate, and principal proponents of the collective elevation of the culture. Think TED Talks meets a presidential debate meets Def Poetry Jam. Come prepared to engage with like-minded, mission-driven, and motivated individuals, and walk away with practical and tangible objectives for the world we all want and deserve to live in.
THIS is the LIMITED EDITION Shirt from the event.
Preshrunk to minimize shrinkage.