Golden Ciphers 50th Kwanzaa Anniversary
KFLA’s August Thought Leader session with Fellow and co-publisher of the “Black Child Journal”, Mr. Paul Hill, Jr.?
Lom Nava Love Official Trailer (Directed by Fanon Hill)
Rites of Passage: Indaba 2016
Excerpt from TEDx Talks Youtube Channel:
On January 31, 2011, Paul Hill, Jr. stepped aside after 30 years as the CEO of East End Neighborhood House. East End Neighborhood House is one of the oldest (104 years) neighborhood based non-profit organizations in Cleveland, Ohio and nationally known for its best practices in providing youth and family services.
Other employment experiences have been with the Federal Government (U.S. Justice Department and U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare) and teaching within various public school systems and institutions of higher education.
Other experiences and projects are related to being a W. K. Kellogg Foundation Leadership Fellow (1989-92, Group X). His learning project and field research was studying male socialization in indigenous cultures around the world. Upon completion of the fellowship, the Foundation supported his field of study and research through its African American Boys and Men Initiative (1993-1996).