"If a race has no history, if it has no worthwhile tradition, it becomes a negligible factor in the thought of the world, and it stands in danger of being exterminated.”
Dr. Carter G Woodson
Father of Black History Week & Month
December 19, 1875 - April 03, 1950
Empowering the Community
TCXPI provides culturally relevant and sustaining educational/enrichment opportunities to at-risk/high-potential African American youth ages 8-15 to foster POSITIVE self-identity, self-love, self-determination, self-pride, self-respect, and self-worth to have a positive impact on their lives and within their communities.
TCXPI"s purpose is to inspire every youth to realize their greatness and potential within society. We facilitate quarterly 6-week culturally relevant Saturday workshops that focuses on activities that include:
Kemetic, African, Black History topics, including African and African American Cultures and Traditions. Ancient African History, Women in History, Dr. Martin L, King Jr., Malcolm X, The Black Panther Party, On This Day in Black History.
Positive Youth Development
Culturally Relevant Pedagogy
Culturally Responsive Teaching
Culturally Sustaining Teaching
TCXPI’s vision is that all African American youth will realize their highest potential and place them in the center of their education so they may have access to equitable opportunities for personal, educational, professional, and career success.
TCXPI provides culturally relevant educational and enrichment opportunities to at-risk/high-potential African American youth to foster self- pride, self-respect, and self-worth to have a positive impact in their lives and communities.