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Jun 17 – Jun 30, 2021

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POH Talk Radio
Sara Stender Delaney, Sarilla Sparkling Tea founder and owner Sara Stender Delaney talks to us about trading fairly with Rwandan tea growers and the impact her products’ consumers are having in Rwanda. Her company reflects her passion, skills, and determination to create quality products for the beverage industry in an equitable fashion. Click here to listen.

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)

Rise Up Like Starlight
(The play is lead and created by people with lived experiences in the foster care system.)

Struggle: From the History of the American People
Jacob Lawrence
The Phillips Collection
Washington, D.C.
Sat, Jun 26-Sun, Sep 19

Black History
Abolition Commemoration Day
Mon, Jul 12
(New York State commemorates the Abolition Act, which passed the New York State Legislative on March 31, 1817 and abolished slavery effective July 4, 1827.)

100 Years From Mississippi Trailer
(2.5 minutes of history, ignore the warning of graphic images)

Becoming Douglass Commonwealth: From D.C. Disenfranchisement to Full Democracy
CR Gibbs start around 12:18 minutes

Voices of the Freedom Riders
By The Obama Foundation

West Africans in Early America
Access Passcode: lTW.!i92
Wayne Young
Service Now for Adults Persons
Queens, New York

Frederick Douglass Walking Tour
Lou Fields, 443-983-7974

Children and Young Adults
The Bookworm Garden: A Bug’s Life
(Stretch your bodies and join us outdoors for a new nature-inspired theme and related children’s story and craft each month this spring. Little ones and their caregivers can learn, create, and grow together while taking a closer look at what is blooming in Riversdale’s beautiful gardens.)
Riversdale House Museum
4811 Riverdale Rd.
Sat, Jun 19, 11a-12p, $5-$6

Civic Involvement
Examining the Effects of Student Debt Cancellation
The Brookings Institution
Mon, Jun 28, 10a-11:15a

Reconciliation 101: An Explainer Of The Budget Process
The Brookings Institution
Tue, Jul 6, 2:30p-3:15p

Save the Dunes
Pollinator Week Virtual Program Series
Mon, Jun 21-Fri, Jun 25, 7p-8p

Miller Woods Hike
Paul H Douglas Center for Environmental Education
100 N Lake St
Gary, IN
Sun, Jun 27, 2:30p

Los Angeles Times Games, Puzzles & Crossword

New York Times Games

In Memoriam
Vensus Thrash

Mike Jones

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

Parks and Recreation in Prince George's County
Juneteenth Celebrations

Juneteenth 2021 Virtual Programs

Ebenezer AME Church Poetry Ministry
Juneteenth Celebration on Zoom
Fri, Jun 18, 6:30p-8:30p
Meeting ID: 949 6286 7982
Passcode: 883117

Stimulus Check
Check the Status of Your COVID-19 Federal Stimulus

Keffiyeh/Made In China
Mosaic Theater
( Ramallah-based playwright DaliaTaha's utterly distinct slices of Palestinian life are at times unsettling, heartbreaking, and humorous - as parents, lovers, sisters and friends cope with a decades-long occupation. These exquisite short plays explore how the most intimate of relationships are infiltrated by colonization and displacement.)

The play is roughly 70 minutes total, with 7 episodes of approximately 10 minutes in length each. The first episode was released last Tuesday, with a new episode premiering every other week until August. 

Animal Wisdom
Broadway on Demand
Sat, May 15-Sun Jun 27

Inherit the Windbag
Mosaic Theater
Now through Jun 30
Mosaic is releasing “Inherit the Windbag” as an 8-part series. Each episode is 10-20 minutes and released every two weeks through Wed, June 30th. Patrons are encouraged to pay $10 (single) ad $25 (family), however the code “windbagzero” allows you free access.

Rise Up Like Starlight
By Journey House
(The play is lead and created by people with lived experiences in the foster care system.)
Fri, Jun 25, 10p-Sat, Jun 25, 1a

Homegrown (Spoken Word)
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
Fri, Jul 9-Sun, Jul 11

Where We Belong (Streaming)
Woolly Mammoth Theater with Folger Shakespeare Library.
Now through Jul 11, $

The Garden
Baltimore Center Stage
Thu, Jun 24-Sun, Jul 18 (streaming)

Seize The King
(reinterpretation of Shakespeare's Richard III)
The Classical Theatre of Harlem
Richard Rodgers Amphitheater
Marcus Garvey Park
Tue, Jul 6-Thu, Jul 29, 8:30p, free

100 BLACK 2 Egypt - North Africa
From Washington Dulles International Airport
Thu, Feb 24-Mon, Mar 7, 2022

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