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African Studies
Boston/Hybrid on ZOOM
Harvard University
Spring 2023 African Studies Workshop Schedule
1280 Massachusetts Ave, 3rd Floor, Seminar Room

February 13: Siseko Kumalo (Harvard University)
Can Iqaba Possess Ontological Legitimacy? An Analysis of Blackness as Indigenously Located in Africa

March 6: Seth Appiah-Mensah (UN Assistance Mission in Somalia)
Presenting: Afrocracy: My Kinsman Redeemer and the Principles for Governance in Africa

March 20: Tsitsi Mangosho (Harvard University)
Presenting: The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe and the Informalization of the Economy 1997-2009

March 27: Lina Benabdallah (Wake Forest University)
Presenting: Nostalgia and Selving in Heritage Conservation: Suakin Island in Erdogan’s Ottoman Imaginary

April 3: Amina Mama (University of California, Davis)
Presenting: Feminism and the Challenges of Neocolonialism

April 10: Paul Clarke (Harvard University)
Presenting: Securing a Future, Escaping Policing: Labor and Risk in South Africa's Private Security Industry

April 17: Panashe Chigumadzi (Harvard University)
Presenting: The ANC's Long Civil Rights Tradition
Mons, 4p-6p

Larry Poncho Brown exihbit
Motor House
120 W North Ave
Jan 12, 4p-Feb 28, 7p

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

Larry Poncho Brown exihbit
Motor House
120 W North Ave
Jan 12, 4p-Feb 28, 7p

Ellicott City, MD
Jay Durrah
Rise Above Exhibit (curated by Art Vibez) 
Howard County Welcome Center
8267 Main Street
Fri, Feb 3-Tue, May 2

A Group Exhibit of Exceptional Talent
Marshall J Gardner Center for the Arts
540 S. Lake St
Fri, Feb 3-Fri. Mar 10

McLean, VA
Jay Durrah
Black History Month Art Exhibit
(curated by Black Art Today Foundation)
Neiman Marcus Tysons Galleria
2255 International Drive
Sat, Feb 18 and Sun Feb 19, 1p-5p

Juffureh, North Bank, The Gambia
Exhibit Opening: "From These Shores"
Sun, Mar 05

Conscious Capitalism

Community Development
Washington, DC
Film: Barry Farm: Community, Land & Justice
(followed by a panel featuring co-directors Sabiyha Prince, Sam George, and Michael Fisher, Jr)
American University, Kerwin Hall, room 301
Thu, Feb 23, 5:30p-7:30p

Current Events
Freedom Friday Forum on Black Political Prisoners USA
UNIA - ACL Woodson.Banneker.Jackson-Bey Division #330
Fri, Feb 10, 7:30p

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

Understanding the Threat of White Christian Nationalism to American Democracy Today

Election 2022
How Close Were House Races? A Few Thousand Votes Could Have Swung Control

Thomasville, GA
9th Annual Buffalo Soldiers Heritage Festival
The Jack Hadley Black History Museum
214 Alexander Street
Sat, Feb 18, 10a-2p

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

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

America's Islamic Heritage Museum Story

Human Diversity
A Monk Who Wears Heels - NHK WORLD-JAPAN

Best African Dads In The World: Meet The Aka Pygmy Fathers

4 African Cultural Traditions Travelers Can Participate In- Wodaabe Warriors

Interracial marriages to get added protection under new law

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 Black Woman with White Skin Struggles To Fit In With Society

Woman Challenging Zakir Naik on Polygamy

Pastress Aggie About Her Ministry as A Transgender Pastor In Uganda

Farmer Ellis Bell
Bell, POH publisher Wayne Young’s paternal uncle, discusses his journey as a farmer in Eastern Arkansas, insurance agent in St. Louis, and founder of a non-profit that introduces young Americans to agricultural careers. Our formerly enslaved, Civil War veteran ancestor purchased the original farm acres after Emancipation.

Neil deGrasse Tyson Schooling Joe Rogan on Africa's Greatness

In Memoriam
Burt Bacharach 

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

Elaine Sings Aretha
Clarence Muse Café Theater
1309 Canton Street
Fri, Mar 24 and Sat, Mar 25, $15

Gary, IN
Smokey Robinson
Hard Rock Live - Northern Indiana
(5400 West 29th Ave) I-80/Burr St
Fri, Apr 28, 7p

Laurel, MD
Greenbelt Lake Photographer’s Exhibition
National Wildlife Visitors Center
10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop
Feb 1-Feb 28,  

Nigerian presidential election
Sat, Feb 25

California Task Force to Study and Develop Reparations Proposals for African Americans 
Sacramento in March 3, 2023 and March 4, 2023

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

Washington, DC
The Black Saturdays CO-OP and Farmers Market
2015 Bunker Hill Road, N.E.
Sat, Feb 18, 1p-5p

by National Black Theatre
Rattlestick Theater
224 Waverly Place
Mon, Feb 6-Sun, Mar 5

Pluto TV

Washington, DC
Bars And Measures
Mosaic Theater
1333 H Street, NE
Thu, Feb 2-Sun, Feb 26

Washington, DC
Seven Methods Of Killing Kylie Jenner
Woolly Mammoth Theater
641 D St., NW
Sat, Feb 4-Sun, Feb 26

New York, NY
by National Black Theatre
Rattlestick Theater
224 Waverly Place
Mon, Feb 6-Sun, Mar 5

Olney, MD
Kinky Boots
Olney Theatre Center
2001 Olney-Sandy Spring Road
Fri, Feb 10-Sun, Mar 19

Reasons:  A tribute to Earth, Wind, and Fire
Black Ensemble Theater
4450 N Clark
Sun, Mar 5-Sun, Apr16, $

What Gambians think about sex tourism in their country?

World Affairs
Barbara Walter on How Civil Wars Start and How to Stop Them | Upfront Summit 2022

Young Adults
Tayvon Jackson's Goal Setting for Kids

Tayvon Jackson's How I Taught a Child About Stocks

The Crayon Box that Talked

Read Africa Aloud
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.

‘Sky Girls Kenya’: Born to Fly - Citizen TV and YouTube 'The show chronicles the day-to-day life of the teenage characters living in Nairobi and coping with the everyday challenges of social pressure, sexual harassment, bullying, HIV, and self-identity crisis

Global Read Webinar Series - The Kaya Girl
Howard University Center for African Studies
Sat, Feb 18, 1p

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