Raleigh, North Carolina- Carolina Exposed Hip Hop Multi Media Network proudly presents Oberlin Community Cleanup Event taking place from 10:00am-2:00pm, Saturday Feb. 25th 2012 at 1016 Oberlin Rd, Raleigh NC, behind the InterAct Building. We are asking for community volunteers and sponsors to assist in the cleanup. If you would like to donate supplies here is a list of supplies needed:
Lunches will be provided for ALL volunteers and this event will be filmed for an episode of Carolina Exposed TV.
So far here is a list of our sponsors:
Vandem Productions Films
Fort Jackson Entertainment
One Village-One World Consulting Inc.
Barnes Bail Bonds
VOICE Therapeutic Solutions
African American News Journal
One Vision-One Destiny Under Brotherhood & Sisterhood, CDC
Durham Black Business & Professional Chain Rites of Passage
Carolina Exposed TV
Empowered Women TV
Historic Oberlin Village History
“Historic Oberlin Village” and “Oberlin Cemetary”. In 1866 a former slave by the name of James E. Harris left Raleigh North Carolina and headed to Ohio were he attended Oberlin University (The University’s Leaders were abolitionists and allowed enrollment to African Americans). After graduating Mr. James E. Harris moved back to Raleigh, North Carolina and established Oberlin Village which he named after his alma mater Oberlin University.
Carolina African American History Exposed Short Film on Oberlin Village
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