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Saturday, June 20 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Getting to Know the Free Minds, Free People Conference

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Free Minds Free People (FMFP) is a gathering that brings teachers, community activists, researchers, youth and parents together from across the country to build a movement promoting education as a tool for liberation. This year FMFP will take place in Oakland, CA from July 9-12, 2015. Come hang out and break bread with us to learn more about who we are as a national network and how FMFP might be a place of possibility for you and your organization.

Presenters
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Nate Mullen

Nathaniel Mullen is the director of Detroit Future Schools (DFS), a sponsored project of AMP. He joined the AMP team in 2011, as part of the founding team of DFS. Nate’s work thrives at the intersection of art, education and people. For eight years, Nate has worked in classrooms, leading student media investigations which have included everything from stop motion videos about Newton`s Laws to infographics on the complexities of global economics. He has a B.F.A. from the University of Michigan and is a graduate of Detroit Public Schools. Lastly, Nate is a lover of bad jokes, cheesy graphics and Krista Tippett., People In Education
Nathaniel Mullen is the director of People in Education (formerly Detroit Future Schools), a sponsored project of Allied Media Projects (AMP). He joined the AMP team in 2011, as part of the founding team of Detroit Future School. Nate’s work thrives at the intersection of art, education... Read More →
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Thomas Nikundiwe

Thomas Nikundiwe is the director of the Education for Liberation Network. He identifies as a father, educator, and organizer. Over the years, Thomas has taught high school math, served as Peace Corps Volunteer, was a youth organizer with the Baltimore Algebra Project, and studied youth and community organizing at Harvard. Thomas now lives in Detroit with his partner, Carla, and two sons, Izaac and Akenna., Education for Liberation Network
Thomas Nikundiwe is a father to two sons, has lived on three continents, and identifies as a math teacher, youth organizer, and researcher. He is currently the director of the Education for Liberation Network, an organization that serves as a connector, host, and facilitator for... Read More →


Saturday June 20, 2015 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Education Building: Room 204