A Live Interactive Discussion

October 2017

“I don't really mind if it's over your head 'Cause the job of resurrectors is to wake up the dead.”


“Jazz (We’ve Got)

Verse 1.

On October 19, 2017, in Chicago, Enstrumental and Melissa Kimble from blkcreatives came together on a collaboration to present an in-person live experience for a generation who prefers solutions over symbolism.

Think TED Talks meets a presidential debate meets Def Poetry Jam.

“The Miseducation of Solution(s)” was a live interactive discussion on practical and tangible objectives for the collective elevation of the culture, featuring 2 most prolific, profound, passionate, and principal proponents of the assembled uplift of the community:

Wasalu Jaco (Professionally known as Lupe Fiasco – Chicago-born, Grammy award-winning rapper, record producer, entrepreneur, and community advocate.


Jill Louise Busby (more affectionately known Jill Is Black) – Author, filmmaker, and speaker.

These 2 lent their time, energy, passion, concepts, solutions, and LOVE, to a cause much bigger than US.

This event/discussion was held at the NEIU Carruthers Center for Inner City Studies (CCICS), and hosted my We Are Mural, and organization founded by Ayesha Jaco and Lupe Fiasco, that works to empower inner-city youth as artists, activists, and global citizens

One of the objectives was to engage other to actively participate in a community that not only identifies and attempts to understand the many “ills” of the associated communal, but more importantly, a community that possesses a determined desire to work diligently and constructively via the destructive and/or the elevated objectives pertaining to the goal of resolution(s).

Real People.
Real Community.
Real Conversations.
Real Solutions.

"I don't really mind

If it's over your head

'Cause the job of resurrectors

Is to wake up the dead"

— Q-Tip. "Jazz ('We've Got')." Verse 1.