port of harlem magazine
 
mike jones state farm
 
Worldwide African Liberation Day Events to R&R Brunch in Birmingham, UK
 
May 23 – June 5, 2019
 
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Washington
Sooner or Later
Mosaic Theater
1333 H Street , NE
Sun, Jun 16, $

ACT's DC Black Pride Weekend
LGBTQ Theater Showcase
First United Church of Christ DC
945 G St, NW
Sun, May 26, 4p and 8p, free

Bowiefest
Allen Pond Park
3330 Northview Dr
Sat, Jun 1, 11a-6p, free

The Ruby Bridges Suite
National Museum of African American History and Culture
1400 Constitution Ave, NW
Sat, Jun 1, 1p and 2 p

P.G. Caribbean Festival
Waterfront Park
Bladensburg, MD
Sat, June 1, 4p-6p, free

The Ruby Bridges Suite
All Souls Church Unitarian
1500 Harvard Street, NW
Sun Jun 2, 10:15a

Colors of Life - Opening Reception
The Exposure Group African American Photographers Association
Howard University Founders Museum
500 Howard Place, N.W. (Building #29)
Sat, Jun 1,2-5p, free
exhibit runs until Wed, Jul 31, 2019

Racial Wealth Inequality: Social Problems and Solutions
The Brookings Institution
1775 Massachusetts Avenue, NW (also online)
Mon, Jun 3,  9:30a-11a

The United States of Hate: From Jim Crow & the Klan to the Alt-Right & Online Bigotry
CR Gibbs
Woodridge Library
1801 Hamlin St, NE
Wed, Jun 5, 7p, free

Baltimore
African Liberation Day 2019
Lafayette Square Park
Fri, May 24, 11a-6p
Sat, May 25, 11a-6p, free

Birmingham, United Kingdom
R&B Brunch
Birmingham Bierkeller
195-196 Broad Street
Sat, May 25, noon-8:30p, $

Chicago
Chicago Gospel Music Festival
Millennium Park & Chicago Cultural Center
Fri, May 31-Sat, Jun 1, free

Fort Monroe,  VA
African-American Historical and Genealogical Society 400th Commemoration Program of the Documented Arrival of Enslaved Africans to English America Community Education Forum
Fort Monroe Theater
42 Tidball Road
Sat, Jun 1, 1p-5p, free

New York
Stonewall 50
New-York Historical Society
170 Central Park West
Fri, May 24-Sun, Sep 22, free-$21
Admission is pay-as-you-wish from 6p-8p on Fridays
St. Louis
Blacks in America: 400 Years Plus with Cornell Brooks Washington University
Graham Chapel
Sun, Jun 2, 3p-5p, free

Twisted Melodies
A Musical Homage to Donny Hathaway
Apollo Theater
Thu, May 30-Sun, Jun 2, $55

International and Multicultural Business Expo
Chamber Coalition: New American Chamber of Commerce
Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel
228 Duffield Street
Wed, Jun 19, 9a-5p, free-$

St. Louis
Blacks in America:  400 Years Plus with Cornell Brooks
Washington University
Graham Chapel
Sun, Jun 2, 3p-5p, free

Coming
Washington

ADACI Program and River Walk
Assemble at Union Temple to the Anacostia River
Sat, Jun 8, 9:30a-1p, free

ADACI Program – Dr. Lisa Aubrey
“In Search of Bimbia: Transatlantic Slaver and African
Diaspora Rememory in Cameroon” 
National Museum Of African Art
950 Independence Ave, SW
Sun, Jun 9, 1p-4p, free

Iyanla Vanzant
Music Center at Strathmore
5301 Tuckerman Lane
North Bethesda, MD
Wed, Jun 26, 8p, $38-$90

Houston
2019 Houston Reggae Fest
Peggy Park
4101 Almeda Road
Sat, Jun 8, 12p-10p, $

New York
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater 
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts 
Wed, Jun 12-Sun, Jun 16, $

Montreal 
The 40th Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 
Jun 27-Jul 6, $

OnGoing
Frederick Douglass “Path to Freedom” Walking Tour in Historic Fell’s
Tours by Appointment
Adults-$20.00, Students $15.00, Children under 10- $12.00. Tour Minimum: $50
Lou Fields:  443.983.7974

 
 
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