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New Black History Programs on the Internet
February 11 – February 24, 2021
Praising the Past

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Several new Black History month programs are now on the Activities page of this issue including upcoming presentations by CR Gibbs and Dr. Leonard Jefferies. A new, recorded 50-minute “West Africans in Early America" presentation conducted by Port Of Harlem publisher Wayne Young for the Services Now for Adult Persons program in Queens, NY(SNAP-Queens) is also available.  Young based his talk on the exhibit the Port Of Harlem Gambian Education Partnership created for the Juffureh Slavery Museum in Juffureh, The Gambia.

Jeffries will present “The Triangular Trade: A Global Systems Analysis - Economy, Politics, Culture” live Monday, February 15 at 2p. The Middle Passage Ceremonies and Port Markers Project is sponsoring the program as part of its mid-day speaker project. The program will be on ZOOM and Facebook.

The Alexandria Black History Museum will broadcast a lecture on pioneering public relations giant Moss Kedrix.  The presentation is Wednesday, February 17,7p, and the cost is $6.

Port Of Harlem contributor Gibbs will present “The Civil Rights Agenda” for the Abounding Grace
Church, Saturday, February 20, 10a.  Gibbs also has two history articles in this issue, “Abubakari II: Africa's Greatest Explorer?  and “Mansa Musa: The Richest Man Who Ever Lived?” and “Njinga.”

On the Activities page you will also find other Black History Month activities, registrations information and cost, if any. The links to the programs and possible registrations are a part of the listings.

Under “Culture,” you will find other activities including a Washington Revels Jubilee Voices concert.  The Alexandria Black History Museum is also sponsoring this even Saturday, February 20, at 2p.

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