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champion services travel - group travel
Online Activities - Free and at EST Unless Noted
March 11 – March 24, 2021
kelli goff

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POH Talk Radio
Thu, Mar 18, 8p
Travel Specialist Bernadette Champion of Champion Services Travel. Leisure travel is expected to return first, with consumers optimistic about the distribution of vaccines and with that an ability to travel. "People are anxious to travel," says Champion. She will join publisher Wayne Young in an informative talk.

Thu, Mar 18, 8:45p
Franklyn Malone, Founder & CEO of 100 Fathers talks about the group's Reactionary Masculinity Syndrome workshop. The workshop is based upon the five Black on Black Crime reversal steps outlined in Dr. Amos Wilson’s “Black-On-Black Violence: The Psychodynamics of Black Self-Annihilation in Service of White Domination.”

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.

Understanding Vision Restoration
Glaucoma Research Foundation
Fri, Jan 22, 5p, registration

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)

Struggle: From the History of the American People
Jacob Lawrence
Seattle Art Museum
now through Sun, May 23

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

Black History Month
Anthony Browder – Updates on the ASA Restoration Project in Luxor Egypt (KMT)
Sat, Mar 13, 11a-1p, $10 non-member, free member

The Blinding of Isaac Woodard
Premieres Tue, Mar 30

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

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

Hike! Northwest Indiana's Dune and Swale Nature Preserves

African American Storytime: Before She Was Harriet

Bookmaking Workshop with Karen O. Brown

Civic Involvement
Accelerating Active Transportation Change in Northern Virginia
Keynote speaker, Charles T. Brown, founder and President of Equitable Cities, is a national thought leader on inequity in transportation
Thu, Mar 25, 9a-5p

Women and Leadership: A Conversation with Julia Gillard and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
The Brookings Institution

Go-Go City: Displacement and Protest in Washington, DC
Metropolitan Policy Center
screening and discussion follows
Thu, Mar 11, 5:30p-7:30pm

The State of Peacebuilding in Africa: Lessons Learned for Policymakers and Practitioners
Wilson Center Africa Program
Tue, Mar 16, 9a-10:45a

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

Ethiopain Business Forum
Consul General of Ethiopia
Mar 18, 12-2
Meeeting ID 812 8891 4765
Passcode 655 422

The Collaborative
Classy Crowdfunding
(Virtual Nonprofit Conference)
Tue, Jun 8-Fri, Jun 11

Region Rising
(group art exhibit)
Miller Beach Arts & Creative District
540 S. Lake Street
now thru Sun, Apr 25, $5

Final Blacks In Wax 2020


Asserting Identity in Children & Youth Literature
A Virtual Workshop for Educators
Center for African Studies, Howard University
Sat, Apr 3, 10a-1p

A Geography Class for Racist People
(From actress, comedian, and YouTube sensation Lilly Singh)

Los Angeles Times Games, Puzzles & Crossword

New York Times Games

Mike Jones

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

The Insanity of God
(The Insanity of God is the true story of missionaries Nik and Ruth Ripken. After the death of their son, this ordinary couple journeys into the depths of the persecuted church, asking the question- Is Jesus Worth It?)

The National Iftar
Muslim Advocates
Thu, Apr 22, 7p
(This is a free event but registration is required)

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

The Glorious World of Crowns, Kinks and Curls
Baltimore Center Stage
(collection of monologues in the tradition of For Colored Girls?)
Streaming: Mar 18-Apr 11

Black Ensemble Theater
16th Annual Black Playwrights Festival

Studio Theatre
Fri, Mar 26-Sun, Apr 18, $37

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 June 30th. Patrons are encouraged to pay $10 (single) ad $25 (family), however the code “windbagzero” allows you free access.

Top 100 Most Popular African Foods

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

Women's History Month

Evenings for Educators: Women's History Month
Cincinnati Art Museum
Thu, Mar 18, 5p–6:30p

Virtual Author Event With Michelle Duster, Ida B. The Queen
Thu, Mar 25, 6p

Girl Talk: Knowledge Is Our Superpower
with Michelle Obama and Lilly Singh (See Edutainment)
on PopSugar
Thu, Mar 25, 9p

Sojourner Truth Legacy Project Virtual Program: Celebrating the Rise in Black Women Political Leadership
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
Tue, Mar 30, 11a

World Affairs
Women and leadership: A conversation with Julia Gillard and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

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