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February 14 – February 27, 2019
 




Washington
Civil War Descendents Meet and Greet
African American Civil War Museum
1925 Vermont Ave, NW
Fri, Feb 15, 5p-7p, free

The Lost Empire: Black Freemasonry in the Old West (1867-1906)
African American Civil War Museum
1925 Vermont Avenue, NW
Sat, Feb 16, 2:30p-5p, free

Black Migration - Telling Our Story Through Poetry
Hosted by Sistah Joy Alford
Prince George's African American Museum and Cultural Center
4519 Rhode Island Ave
North Brentwood, Maryland
Sat, Feb 23, 1p-3p, free

Going for Freedom: True Accounts of Flight Told in Verse
Marcia Cole
Southeast Library - Eastern Market
403 7th St., SE
Sat, Feb 23, 2:30p, free

Langton Hughes Book Fair
Empowerment Temple AME Church 
4217 Primrose Avenue
Sun, Feb 24, 8a-2p, free

Lecture -Joyce Bryant: The Lost Diva
Jim Byers
Friends of Woodridge Library
1801 Hamlin St, NE
Tue, Feb 26, 6:30p-8:30p, free

Baltimore
Paul Laurence Dunbar: An American Poet
Hampton National Historic Site
535 Hampton Ln
Towson, MD
Sun, Feb 17, 2p-3p, free

Race and Society in Nazi Germany and the United States
From Swastika to Jim Crow
Morgan State University
Student Center Theater
1700 East Cold Spring Lane
Wed, Feb 27, 7p

Beverly Hills, CA
A Legendary Evening with Mary Wilson
The Paley Center
465 N. Beverly Drive
Mon, Feb 25, 7p, $30

Birmingham
A Conversation with Dr. Angela Davis
The Lyric Theatre
1800 3rd Avenue North
Sat, Feb 16, 7p-9p, free (sold out)

Chicago/Gary
Superhero and Princess Brunch on the Lagoon
Marquette Park Pavilion
1 North Grand Boulevard
Gary
Sat, Feb 16, 12p-3p, $22-$32

New York
Olio Live
(celebration of poetry, identity and performance)
Minetta Lane Theatre Box Office
18 Minetta Lane
Mon, Feb 18, 8p, $30

85th Anniversary - Amateur Night at the Apollo
The Apollo Theater
253 W 125th St
Wed, Feb 20, 7:30p, $

Mondo Tragic
National Black Theater
2031 5th Ave
Thu, Feb 27-Sun, Mar 3, $

The Harlem Chamber Players
11th Annual Black History Month Celebration
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
515 Malcolm X Boulevard (Lenox Ave. & 135th Street)
Thu, Feb 28, 6:30p, free

Raleigh, North Carolina
Lecture: Haiti and the Civil War
Marvin Tupper Jones
South Central Church of Christ Raleigh 
2010 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Sat, Feb 23, 12p-1p, free

Senegal
Election Day
Sun, Feb 24, free

Tallahassee
Harambee Festival 2019
Cascades Park
Sat, Feb 23, 11a-6p, free

Coming
Aretha! A Grammy Celebration For The Queen Of Soul
CBS-TV
Sun, Mar 10

Book signing; Baltimore Civil Rights Leader Victorine Q. Adams
Ida Jones
Reginald F. Lewis Museum
830 E Pratt St
Sat, Mar 16,1p-3p, free

Toronto
Caribbean Street Food Festival
Ralph Thornton Community Centre
765 Queen Street East
2nd Floor Auditorium
Sat, 16 Mar,10-4p, free

 
 
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