Since 2011, I have shared Daily Black History Facts on Facebook and other social media outlets.
It has been such an Education and Awareness for me to learn about the many significant contributions my African/Black Ancestors made to world and human civilization AND to share it with my social circles.
I am so grateful to have had the ability to create daily images of people, places, and events in Black History and to have been able to share with the masses. I have gained a true following, those hungry for knowledge of who they are and how they fit in in society and the world.
My daily ritual to awake and research Black History Facts in order to present to my Fb family, friends, and acquaintances has become something that I look forward to each morning. On some days, I would spend most days reading and researching Our Story.
I have met some Beautiful "Like Minds" and supporters in this journey, and for that I will forever "Give Thanks".
Through my sharing of "On This Day In TCXPI History", I had a "Vision" to take this to the next level - To create a Saturday School Program for our Children and Youth in the Oakland Community.
Beginning January 16, 2016, I will bring this Vision to reality when I hold the FIRST class in Oakland of the TCXPI Afrocentric Children and Youth Saturday School Program, A Free Program.
TCXPI cannot operate this Free Program without donations from YOU! No amount is too small!
Help TCXPI bring Black History Education/Awareness to Our Children and Youth!
Your thoughtful and generous contributions will help to purchase:
$30 = Student supplies - notebooks, pens, pencils, etc. /per student
$50 = Nutrition for students/per class session/week
$100 = Travel Expenses for student/per 6-week session
$125 = Impact Hub Rental Space/per week
$150 = T-shirts for students
$200 = End of session family and friends presentation/per session
$350 = Laptop and accessories/per student
To Donate, please visit: https://fundly.com/the-chinue-x-project-inc-fundraiser
Support TCXPI today!
Cynthia Chinue X Cornelius
CEO and Founder, TCXPI
My name is Cynthia Chinue X Cornelius. I hold a Bachelors in Africana Studies and a Masters in Equity and Social Justice in Education both obtained from San Francisco State University.