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October 22 – November 04, 2020
cr gibbs

mosaic theater

POH Talk Radio
Thu, Oct 29, 8p
Historian CR Gibbs talks with POH Talk Radio about the history of voter suppression, then and now. See his article in this issue.

To call to hear and/or ask a question, dial 516-531-9540, once connected press 1 to ask a question, or go to the Port Of Harlem Talk Radio page and click the "Current Show" to hear or to write a comment and/or question.

Thu, Oct 29, 8:45p
Mercer Redcross, owner of October Gallery, talks about the Virtual 35th Annual Philadelphia International Art Expo and the State of African-American Art Meeting.

To call to hear and/or ask a question, dial 516-531-9540, once connected press 1 to ask a question, or go to the Port Of Harlem Talk Radio page and click the "Current Show" to hear or to write a comment and/or question.

COVID-19 Self Test

Recorded and Upcoming End-of-Life Planning Webinars
Referral Service: The National Partnership for Hospice Innovation
For in-home elderly medical care (versus a more risky emergency room visit)

Brian Auerbach's OBLITERANTS
(and Other Brush Strokes)
Project Gallerie Renee Marie
1028 First Street
Benicia, CA
Now through Sat,Oct 31

Paintings by Constance Volk
Miller Beach Arts & Creative District
540 S. Lake Street
Oct 2-Nov 1, Frid and Sat 6p-8pm, Suns 2p-4pm, $

Virtual 35th Annual Philadelphia International Art Expo
(featuring Romare Bearden, Ernie Barnes, David Lawrence, Faith Ringgold, Ted Ellis, Laurie Cooper, Larry Poncho Brown, Charles Bibbs and more)
October Galley (see video for instruction)
Thu, Nov 12–Sun, Nov 15, free

State of African-American Art Meeting
October Galley (see video for instruction)
via Zoom
(The discussion will center around current events from Black Lives Matter, the elections, to protest and injustice - as it relates to and influences African-American art and artist)
Sat, Nov 14, 3p, free

Children and Young Adults
Hike! Northwest Indiana's Dune and Swale Nature Preserves

African American Storytime: Before She Was Harriet

Rainbow Me Kids.com Videos

The Red Curtain Project

Bookmaking Workshop with Karen O. Brown

Book Talk
A Conversation with Lonnie Bunch
Secretary Bunch will discuss his book "A Fool's Errand," the founding of NMAAHC, and his leadership role at the Smithsonian.
DC Public Library
Thu, Oct 22,7p–8p

Civic Involvement
Women Who Lead: Power of Women Voting
Maryland The Daily Record
Thu, Oct 22, 4p-5:45p, $20

Election 2020: Digital Democracy, Disinformation, and Black Voters
The Brookings Institution
Wed, Oct 28, 3p-4p

What has COVID-19 taught us about the digital and opportunity divides in America's schools?
The Brookings Institution
Mon, Nov 9,1p-2p 

Annual Veterans Day Observance
Muslim American Veterans Association
Wed, Nov 11, 1p-3p

Make 2021 The Year To Defeat The US Blockade Against Cuba! - Weekend of Online Events
Sat, Nov 14, 2p–Sun, Nov 15, 8p

Economic Recovery in American cities: A Conversation with Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot
The Brookings Institution
Tue, Sep 29, 3:15p-4:15p

Facing Race: A National Virtual Conference
The Rev. Doctor William Barber II is Keynote Speaker Tue, Nov 10-Thu, Nov 12, 2020, $

Literacy Through Poetry
rince George's County Office of the Poet Laureate
Oct 24, 1p-3p

Awesome Glory:
Great Black Women, Past & Present

Oct 30, 7p
C.R. Gibbs

Congo Week
(panel discussions, films, and music performances)

Final Blacks In Wax 2020

Los Angeles Times Games, Puzzles & Crossword

New York Times Games

Virtual Homebuyers Seminar
Fulton Mortgage Company - Noel Shepherd
Oct 27, 6p-7:30p
Call US Toll: +1-415-655-0001
Access Code: 172 350 1893 

Mike Jones
State Farm Insurance Agent
532 8th St, SE
Washington DC

Woolly's Wonderlist
Maria Manuela Goyanes
with musician Toshi Reagon
Wed, Oct 28, 5p

The Negro Motorist Green Book
National Civil Rights Museum
450 Mulberry St
Now through Sun, Jan 3, 2021, $

Showtime's plex channel SHOxBET
premieres Tue, Sep 8, 9p
follows three congressional candidates in Texas, Indiana, and Illinois, who were each looking to flip their deep red districts to blue, including Lauren Underwood, the youngest Black woman ever to be elected to Congress. A registered nurse and public health expert, Underwood is now on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic and a leading voice on racial injustice. 

Hike! Northwest Indiana's Dune and Swale Nature Preserves

American Passports Are Worthless Now (Map)

NPR: Pulling down statues? It’s a tradition that dates back to U.S. independence

When White Supremacists Overthrew a Government (In November 1898, in Wilmington, North Carolina, a mob of 2,000 white men expelled Black and White political leaders, destroyed the property of the city’s black residents, and killed dozens — if not hundreds — of people)

Dial 1 For Human Resources
Woolly Mammoth
Extended through Sun, Nov 1, $
Tickets are available online, by phone at (202) 393-3939, and via email.

“God’s Trombones:” Scenes and Discussions
Hattiloo Theater
37 South Cooper
Tue, Oct 13, 20 and 27; Nov, 3 and 10

Dear Maple
Mosaic Theater
Mon, Oct 26-Sat, Oct 31

Unbought & Unbossed: Reclaiming Our Vote
National Black Theatre
2031 5th Avenue
Wed, Sep 16-Wed, Oct 28

Hattiloo Theater Videos
37 South Cooper
Iola's Southern Fields
If Scrooge Was a Brother
God's Trombones

Baby Boomers x Africa Travel
Africa Tourism Association
Oct 28, 10a

100 BLACK 2 Egypt - North Africa
From Washington Dulles International Airport
Postponed Until Further Notice

The African/African American Liberation Ministry of Ebenezer AME Church in Fort Washington, MD
Ghana 2020
Postponed Until Further Notice

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