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Dr. Theo Hodge, Jr. - Monkeypox, Vaccines, Disparities, and HIV

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Why you should upgrade your mask as the Omicron variant spreads

NIOSH-approved N95 Particulate Filtering Facepiece Respirators
(The US certifies N95s, while China approves KN95s)

The Till Trilogy
(productions can be seen in any order)
Mosaic Theater Company at Atlas Performing Arts Center
1333 H Street NE
Washington, DC
Tue, Oct 4-Sun, Nov 20

African Modernism in America, 1947 – 1967
Fisk University Galleries,
Nashville, TN
Fri, Oct 7-Sat, Feb 11, 2023

Conscious Capitalism

U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit
Washington, Douglass Commonwealth
Tue, Dec 13-Thu, Dec 15. 4p

Current Events
How a Guaranteed Income Pilot Program is Helping Some in Gary, Indiana
PBS NewsHour

Secrets of the Sahara: Mauritania's Dark Side
(In 1981 Mauritania became the last country in the world to abolish slavery)


Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
The Joan Weill Center for Dance
55th Street at 9th Avenue
Wed, Nov 30 – Sat, Dec 24

Step Afrika!’s Magical Musical Holiday Step Show
Arena Stage
Washington, DC
Fri, Dec 9-Sun, Dec 18, $56-$95

Elections 2022
2022 Midterm Elections Impact on the State of Black America And the Pan African World
with Roland Martin, Tamika Mallory, Mel Foote, Greg Carr, Julianne Malveaux, and others

Black Women’s Expo
Georgia International Convention Center, 2000 Convention Center Concourse
College Park, GA
Sat, Dec 17-Sun, Dec 18

Liberia: The Land of Return - Commemorating 200 Years of Freedom and Pan-African Leadership
Fri, Jan 7-Sat, Dec 1

Kusi Ideas Festival IV
(The Festival brings together some of the most free-spirited and bold people calling out Africa’s challenges, and those turning them into opportunities.)
Nairobi, Kenya
Thu, Dec 8, 2022 8a- 5p
Fri, Dec, 9, 2022 8a-5p

Apollo Film and Imagenation Cocktails and Sol Cinema
Apollo’s Soundstage 
253 W 125th St
New York
Thu, Nov 17, 7p; Doors and cocktail reception at 6p, $26.50

A United Kingdom (released Nov 26)
History vs. Hollywood Findings

Black International Cinema Berlin 2022
Nov 17-Dec 5

Another Christmas

Neutral Ground
A new documentary about memory, monuments, and how to break up with the Confederacy.

Jewish Food Can Be Black Food — and Vice Versa (podcast)

Constituency For Africa
with Ambassador John N. Nkengasong

U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and Special Representative for Health Diplomacy
Mon, Nov 21, 9a

World AIDS Day
Thu, Dec 1

PEPFAR reimagined: Strengthening USA-Africa Collaborations
Ambassador John Nkengasong
U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and Special Representative for Health Diplomacy
Mon, Nov 21, 9a

Walk4Health-The Gambia
Every Sat, 7:30a
Independence Stadium
Bakau, Kanifing Municipality, The Gambia

Forgotten Battlefront: Africa & World War II
C.R. Gibbs
Fri, Nov 18,7p

Program and Reception in honor of Dr. William Lane Watkins
South Bowie Library
15301 Hall Rd, Bowie
Sat, Nov 19, 1p-3p

Hike The Freedom Trail Tour
Little Calumet River Underground Railroad Project
Beaubien Woods
Sat, Nov 19, reservations are a must (Tom Shepherd at 773-370-3305)

2022 Calumet Heritage Conference
Thu, Nov 17, 6:30 p- 7:30 pm, "Nature Revisited: e Calumet's Diverse Landscape"

2022 Festival of Lights 
Watkins Regional Park
Upper Marlboro, MD
Fri, Nove 25, 2022-Sun, Jan 1, 2023,5p-10p Fees: Cars: $10 online/ $15 at the gate Van/Limo: $20, Bus: $30

Calumet Voices, National Stories
Field Museum
1400 S Lake Shore Dr
Museum Open Daily 9am–5pm (Last Admission At 4pm)
Closed Thanksgiving Day And Christmas Day
Closes Sun, Oct 22, 2023

The Musicians? Green Book: An Enduring Legacy.
beginning Sat, Nov 26, (check local listings)
Which Indigenous Lands Are You On? This Map Will Show You

The opera "Omar," on a Muslim slave in America
CBS News Sunday Morning (aired May 29, 2022) West Africans In Early America - Hajji Omar ibn Sayyid

The Meaning of Mahu
(In Native Hawaiian and Tahitian cultures are third gender people with traditional spiritual and social roles within the culture, similar to Tongan fakaleiti and Samoan fa'afafine)

A History of Haiti

In Memoriam
Jean-Philippe Omotunde

Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience National Geographic Museum
1145 17th St, NW, Washington, DC
Opened Jun 2022, waitlist, $

Westminster Presbyterian Church
400 I St., SW
Washington, DC
Every Friday night, from 6p-9p
Monday Night Blues
Admission $10 -- Children under 16 are FREE Food and Beverages available 5:30p-8:45p

Valerie June
Millenium Stage- Kennedy Center
Washington, DC
Thus, Jan 7, 6p

Transgender Day of Remembrance
Sun, Nov 20

Black Is Beautiful: The Photography of Kwame Brathwaite
New-York Historical Society
170 Central Park West at 77th Street
New York, NY
Now till Jan 15, 2023, $ Black Is? (Photo exhibit)

Reginald Cunningham: Black Pearls 
(photographs honoring Pearl City, one of the earliest and longest lasting African American neighborhoods in Florida)
Boca Raton Museum of Art in South Florida
Boca Raton
Now through Sun, Jan. 22, 2023

California Task Force to Study and Develop Reparations Proposals for African Americans 
Oakland in December 2022
San Diego in January 2023
Sacramento in February 2023

Atheists Late Night
Atheists In Kenya Society
Fridays, 4p-5p

Anacostia Art Gallery & Boutique
119 Raleigh St, SE
Washington, DC
Fridays-Sundays 11a-6p

The Enterprise Center
Black-owned and Black-creator-themed holiday pop-up
26 South 52nd Street
Nov 11-Jan 16
Tue-Thu, 10a-6p
Fri and Sat,10-7p
Sun 11a-5p

The Black Saturdays CO-OP and Farmers Market
2015 Bunker Hill Road, N.E.
Washington, DC
Sat, Nov 19, 1p-5p

BZB Shop til Ya Drop
Fri, Nov 25-Sat, Nov 26
Sats, Dec 3, Dec 10, Dec 17
Fri, Dec 23-Sat, Dec 24
Shiloh Baptist Church
1510 9th Street NW(9th & P Sts)

The 49th Annual Bayou Classic
Caesars Superdome
New Orleans
Sat, Nov 26

Forgotten Battlefront: Africa & World War II
C.R. Gibbs
Fri, Nov 18,7p

Pluto TV

Baltimore Center Stage
700 North Calvert Street
Baltimore, MD, Thu, Oct 27-Sun, Nov 20

The Island
Court Theatre
5535 S Ellis Avenue
Fri, Nov 11-Sun, Dec 04

The Till Trilogy
(productions can be seen in any order)
Mosaic Theater Company at Atlas Performing Arts Center
1333 H Street NE
Washington, DC
Tue, Oct 4-Sun, Nov 20

Blue Heaven
Black Ensemble Theater
4450 N Clark St
Sun, Oct 30-Sun, Nov 27

Just for Us
Woolly Mammoth Theater
641 D Street NW,
Washington, DC
Wed, Nov 16-Fri, Dec 23

Spit Dat Meccamorphosis
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
641 D St NW
Mon, Nov 21, 8p

What Gambians think about sex tourism in their country?

Young Adults
Tayvon Jackson's Goal Setting for Kids

Tayvon Jackson's How I Taught a Child About Stocks

Read Africa Aloud
(A new project which features author readings of outstanding books on Africa together with classroom applications and fun activities for children. More than 100 African Studies scholars are members of our review team.)

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