The Deep Past of Haiti

November 30, 2017 // By Dorcia Baxter

In 2014, inspired by the Declaration of Principles written by W.E.B. Du Bois and the Niagara Movement in 1905, fifth and sixth grade students at Jubilee School wrote their own declaration. The second principle they wrote said: ” We, the young, Black representatives, protest about how history is taught. We believe that children should know […]

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We Stand With Puerto Rico

October 18, 2017 // By admin

Jubilee has formed a connection with a Latino arts and culture organization in North Philadelphia called Taller Puertorriqueño. Taller is partnering with the African American Museum in Philadelphia to raise money and gather supplies for Puerto Rico in their time of need. Since Jubilee is also connected to AAMP,this would be a great opportunity to […]

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A Good Idea: Keeping kids at the top of the agenda in the Philly School Reform Debate

May 16, 2014 // By admin

Jubilee School Founder & Director Karen Falcon says the path to true reform, starts with a focus on the children. Falcon is the first in a series of profiles by journalist Manuel McDonnell Smith about people in Delaware Valley making a change by putting into effect good ideas. Nominate your “good idea” subject on twitter […]

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