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September 24 – October 7, 2020

national book festival

POH Talk Radio
Thu, Oct 1, 8p
Nija Okoro, Florence, Charles Gilpin's wife, in “The Black Emperor of Broadway.”

Thu, Oct 1, 8:30p
Maria Manuela Goyanes, Artistic Director of Woolly Mammoth Theater Company in Washington, DC, and Ekundayo Bandele, Founder and Executive Director of Hattiloo Theatre in Memphis, Tennessee

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.

Africa Braintrust - The Coronavirus Pandemic: The Spread, Response & Impact Across Africa - ALC 2020
Sep 26, 2020

Living with Chronic Heart Failure An Interactive Quiz On Heart Health

The Jamaican Health Community

Phen 16th Annual African American Prostate Cancer Disparity Summit
Sep 30, 2020 02:00 PM
Importance of Community Outreach and Engagement on Eliminating the Prostate Cancer Racial Disparity

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)

GAP: Crossing Borders U.S.A.
Jennifer Perlmutter Gallery
3525 Mt. Diablo Blvd
Lafayette, CA
Now through Sa Oct 3, Wed-Fri 2p-6p, Sat 12p-6p, Appts Welcome

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

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

Civic Involvement
NAACP and Oprah Winfrey:
OWN Your Vote: Our Lives Depend On It
Thu, Sep 24, 8p

Economic Recovery in American cities: A Conversation with Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot

The Brookings Institution
Tue, Sep 29, 3:15p-4:15p

How will Black Voters Influence the 2020 Election?
The Brookings Institution
Wednesday, September 30, 2020, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Constituency for Africa
2020 Ronald H. Brown African Affairs Series:

Harriet Tubman Town Hall Meeting: Strengthening Linkages and Ties Amongst African People in the Diaspora

U.S. – Canada African Diaspora Partnership Forum

The Role of African-Americans in the Post Pandemic Peace Corps

The Role of African-Americans in the Post Pandemic Peace Corps

Trade and Investment Forum: Beyond the Year of Return: “Opportunities for African-American & the African Diaspora to Create Wealth in Africa

Health Forum: Update on the Africa Response to the Challenges of COVID-19 in Africa

Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society 2020 Annual Conference & Exhibition
Wed, Oct 14,-Sat, Oct 17

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

The 2020 Library of Congress National Book Festival
Fri, Sep 25-Sat, Sep 27

International Relations Committee Africa Subcommittee ALA American Library Association
Accessing African Children’s Literature through Online Resources
Wed, Sep 30, 10a

Los Angeles Times Games, Puzzles & Crossword

New York Times Games


Africa, Enslavement, and the Making of Black American Culture
Institute of Personality & Social Research
Sep 23, 2020
CR Gibbs

Sunset 1919: A World Premiere Short Film

July 27, 2020, marks the 101st anniversary of the start of the 1919 Chicago race riots, five days of deadly violence sparked by the murder of a Black teen, Eugene Williams, at the hands of a White man, simply for crossing an imaginary “color line” in Lake Michigan.

The Truth About the Confederacy in the United States (Jeffery Robinson, the ACLU’s top racial justice expert, discusses the dark history of Confederate symbols across the country and outlines what we can do to learn from our past and combat systemic racism.)

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

Internet Talk Shows
Black Urban America
Tuesday's 8p

Port Of Harlem Talk Radio
Thu, Oct 1, 8p

PBS' Prideland Series

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

Museum Exhibits
America's Islamic Heritage Museum
2315 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave, SE
Washington, DC
Our New Hours Until October 3, 2020
Wed–Sat, 12p-4p

National Museum of African American History and Culture
Talking About Race

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. 

Chez Jolie Coiffure
premiers Mon, Aug 3, 10p

13th is a 2016 American documentary film by director Ava DuVernay

Backyard Birding with Audubon's Jennifer Johnson (Within the video, Jennifer will walk you through what supplies you will need, how to spot birds, and how to create a birding checklist.)

Hike! Northwest Indiana's Dune and Swale Nature Preserves

Bob Woodward (The report will feature audio excerpts from Woodward's nine hours of interviews with President Trump for his new book, "Rage.") 60 Minutes CBS Sun, Sep 13, 7p American Passports Are Worthless Now (Map)

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

PBS: How the COVID-19 Pandemic is Sending American Agriculture into Chaos

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)

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

Inherit The Windbag
Mosaic Theater
1333 H St, NE
Wed, Aug 19-Thu,Sep 20, $

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

The Spook Who Spat by the Dat
Featuring Kim B. Miller & 13 Of Nazareth
Mon, Oct 5, 8p, On Zoom!, 8p-9:30p

The Till Trilogy
Mosaic Theater
1333 H St, NE
Jun 2021

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

Black Ensemble Theater
4450 N Clark St
What Was I Thinking by Lillian Mitchum - 16 minutes

Spendor Written
by Jil Ross - 32 minutes

The Laundromat by Viola Bennett - 20 minutes

Numbers by Michelle Renee Bester -20 minutes

Scandalous by Ervin Gardner -

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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