June 18 – July 1, 2020
- And She Could Be Next – Coming to PBS
Filmed from 2018 through 2019, the miniseries follows forward-thinking candidates and organizers across the U.S. including: Stacey Abrams (Georgia), Bushra Amiwala (Skokie, IL), Maria Elena Durazo (Los Angeles, CA), Veronica Escobar (El Paso, TX), Lucy McBath (Atlanta, GA), Rashida Tlaib (Detroit, MI) and Nse Ufot, Executive Director of the New Georgia Project (Atlanta, GA).
- Can You Love God and Sex?
Rev. Dr. Susan Newman answered, “Beloved, God does not mind if you use your cell phone, palm pilot, or microwave oven—if you cannot hear, get a hearing aid. If you cannot see, get eyeglasses, and if you need help in the area of genital stimulation for sexual fulfillment—get a vibrator and thank the Lord!” God created our sexual responses, and we created sexual repression.
From the theater production, "The Fannie Lou Hamer Story," to "Take Your Knee Off My Neck: A Virtual Town Hall Meeting of the Minds," with 100 male writers, both on Juneteenth, we have plenty of safe, on–line, activities you can attend. Also, just in: Juneteenth, a nine–minute lecture from CR Gibbs. We now categorize the events under headings, in red, ranging from Art and Health/COVID–19 to Music and Travel. Photo: Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden teams up with the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution Lonnie Bunch.
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June 04 – June 17, 2020
- From RSV To COVID-19, Racism Significantly Contributes to Health Disparities - A Mother's Call for Action
Not only does your health insurance determine the amount of care you will obtain, your race and age determine if your symptoms are even acknowledged. The study confirmed my life experience, not only with my daughter’s case but with my own health treatment and that of my parents and sons.
- Aunt Jemima to Shine Again
For nearly a century the final resting place of an important figure in Black history resembled a pauper’s grave that was fit for the forgotten.
- This Old House
"I was elated when I got the news that This Old House, the leading media authority on home-improvement and renovation, had chosen me to be the architect for the Washington Project," Genell Anderson, Managing Member at AMAR Group.
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May 21 – June 03, 2020
- Avoiding Whites
"Processed foods are basically dead foods," he continued, "they have no nutrients in them." Brother Bey expounded that manufactures process foods by cooking them at a temperature that kills the nutrients. They then further refine them with chemicals that harm the body.
- Introducing: Fotographers in Focus, Featuring Tawny Chatmon
Tawny Chatmon's exhibition "Inheritance" at the newly opened Fotografiska Museum in New York City is a celebration of the beauty of African American children and maternal and familial bonds. See images and video online.
- Ida B. Wells Awarded Special Pulitzer Prize
Ida B. Wells, the Black female journalist who investigated lynching in the South during the Jim Crow era, was awarded a Pulitzer Prize citation 89 years after she died in Chicago.
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