My Quest To Teach

March 12, 2016

Introducing the Black Superheroes


Reader Theater Group
Conjure Con – Orlando, Florida 2016

Young Minds Building Success Charities, Inc.
The Stetson Kennedy Foundation

Young Minds Building Success
&
The Stetson Kennedy Foundation
Present
Stetson Kennedy Legacy:
“Introducing the Black Superheroes”

The Black Superheroes
*Roy Sold His Car to God
*Uncle Monday
*Big Mama was a Superhero Too
*Nine Second Man
*John The Conqueror
*Princess Kitaka
*Turpentine Sam
*Abada the Warrior
*Mama Duck
*Daddy Mention

Introducing

Performers:
Tangela Floyd
Executive Director for Young Minds Building Success
Author of “Can I Speak,” “Eve of a New Nation,” and “Jump Manya”
Tangela is a poet, storyteller, and lecturer. She excels in creativity
and innovative thinking in an artistic media.

Ari Turner
Business entrepreneur, spoken word artist and fan of the Arts.
Her youthful energy is invigorating and infectious and her
professionalism defies her youthful appearance.

Aida Correa
A Brooklyn, New York native of Puerto Rican descent, her passion
and cultural diversity is to empower individuals from all walks of
life through her paintings and poetry.

Roxann Hilbert
Has appeared in several Stage Aurora plays and displays an artistic
maturity that displays confidence and patience. Having appeared in
To Kill A Mockingbird, Frathouse, and The Wiz her theatrical experiences
brings a theatrical dynamic to Reader Theater.
William Jackson
A teacher with Duval County Public Schools and Edward Waters
College. He is the 2015 – 2016 Teacher of the Year with Venetia
Elementary School. William is usually handling the Social Media
platforms, photos and PowerPoint/Music transitions during
Reader Theater, he performs when needed.

Elisha Taylor
Student with Duval County Public Schools, he is an “Agent of
STEAM” who loves technology and comic books. Elisha maybe
a future reader using his youthful exuberance and growing
theatrical abilities.

Tommy Bridgewater
Audio Equipment Specialist

Producers are:
Tangela Floyd, Sandra Parks, (widow of Stetson Kennedy)
and Nancy McLucas

rt!
Performing at Florida State College Jacksonville 2016
Rahman Johnson, Ari Turner, Tangela Floyd,
Roxann Hilbert, Aida Correa, Earl Kitchings
William Jackson, Social Media, PowerPoint and Music Transition

Resources:
The Stetson Kennedy Foundation
http://www.stetsonkennedy.com
Young Minds Building Success Charities
http://www.ymbsc.org
904 635-6167

Video of Reader Theater at Conjure Con in Orlando, Florida
Tangela Floyd, Ari Turner, Aida Correa, Roxann Hilbert
William Jackson, Elisha Taylor: Videographer

Video of Reader Theater at Florida State College Jacksonville
Performers: Tangela Floyd, Ari Turner, Aida Correa, Roxann Hilbert
Rahman Johnson, Earl Kitchings
William Jackson, Social Media, PowerPoint and Music Transition
https://fscj.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/Black+Super+Heroes+21616.mpeg/1_4ig8rt9c

YouTube Videos of Reader Theater
The Black Superheroes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mxILfeNaNE
Introduction of Reader Theater – October 2, 2014
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mxILfeNaNE

Reading and explanation of Anne Frank’s novel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGF1YvyOnaA
What does banned books say
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQkRjQta5mM
The Before Email: Reader Theater – Readers of the Evening https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ob8tjRQuOJk
I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_CXzxHKDrl4
Readers Theater performing at Hope Chapel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pl9lAe_obwg

Media Moments:
Folio Weekly
http://folioweekly.com/speaking-the-black-superheroes,13262
eu Jacksonville
http://eujacksonville.com/2015/07/14/stetson-kennedy-legacy-black-superheroes/
Reader Theater Celebrates Poetry Month
http://thyblackman.com/2015/04/20/readers-theater-celebrates-poetry-month/
Do You Believe In Black Superheroes
https://myquesttoteach.wordpress.com/2015/04/04/do-you-believe-in-black-superheroes/
Readers Theater puts the ‘super’ in African-American folklore heroes
http://jacksonville.com/current/mandarin-st-johns/2015-07-23/story/readers-theater-puts-super-african-american-folklore
Readers Theater Celebrates Poetry Month
http://thyblackman.com/2015/04/20/readers-theater-celebrates-poetry-month/

Group SuperHeros
Performing at Jacksonville Public Library 2015


Sandra Parker (widow of Stetson Kennedy) and William Jackson


Performance at Jacksonville Public Library 2015

 

 

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