port of harlem magazine
woolly mammoth theatre
Activities - Free and at Local Time, Unless Noted
Feb 08 – Feb 21, 2024
marvin tupper jones

time machine

POH Podcasts
Vincent Spaulding Goes Home to Create a Community Center in a Part of Forgotten America

Vincent Spaulding is the Project Leader of the George Henry White Memorial Health & Education Center in Bladen and Columbus Counties, North Carolina.

He talks about how he used his architecture and community organizing skills honed in middle-class Washington, DC and “divine intervention” to turn a 120-year-old farm house into a community center in his home county, a part of the “other” America.

Get Four Free At-⁠home COVID-⁠19 Tests This Fall

African (Continental) Affairs
Online/Washington, DC
Howard University African Studies International Conference
Tue, Mar 12-Wed, Mar 13, free
- link coming soon

Ethiopia at the Crossroads
The Walter’s Art Gallery
600 N. Charles St.
Through Sun. Mar 03

San Francisco
Zanele Muholi: Eye Me
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
151 Third Street
Thu, Jan 18–Sun, Aug 11, $

Blooming Out of Trauma: The Intersection of Upholstery and Activist Art
Marshall J. Gardner Center for The Arts
540 S Lake Street
Fri, Feb 2-Fri, Mar 8

Senegal Dak’Art Festival
Wed, May 15–Fri, May 24 2024
Queens and Long Island, New York
NY-3 Election to replace George Santos replacement
Tue, Feb 13, 6a-9p

The 5 Reasons Why The "United States Of AFRICA" May Fail

Philadelphia, PA
Society of the First African Families of English America
Annual Conference 
Museum Of The American Revolution
Sun, May 3-Mon, May 4

Coppelia 2024 Dance
Theater of Kenya
Braeburn Schools Gitanga Road
Sat, Feb 24-Sun, Feb 25


Queens and Long Island, New York
NY-3 Election to replace George Santos replacement
Tue, Feb 13, 6a-9p

Macon, GA
Tyler Perry Exhibition
Tubman Museum
310 Cherry Street
Now until Feb 2025

Gary, IN
Dine with the Chefs
Meals on Wheels
Avalon Manor
3550 E US 30
Sun, Mar 3, 11a, $150


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


To text U.S. Vice President Harris: 310-861-2977

Prairie View, Jackson, Boston, and Newark
With the deaths of Dexter King from prostate cancer and possibly the same for Joe Madison, let us introduce to The Prostate Health Education Network, Inc., (PHEN)

Participate in the Prairie View A&M University Ministers' Conference in Texas where PHEN's Church Partnership Educational Outreach Initiative will be presented.
Feb 6

onduct the Jackson Mississippi Prostate Cancer Disparity Rally's radio and social media awareness campaign.
Feb 9 through 28th - 

Host "Managing Survivorship" Prostate cancer educational webinar at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, MA.
Feb 15 

Participate in the Emancipation Day Celebration Awards program where PHEN President Thomas Farrington will be recognized.
Feb 24 

Host the Disparity Rally's Town Hall Meeting in Jackson Mississippi at the Civil Rights Museum
Feb 28 

Building a Mixed Race Community - People, Buildings and Sites of the Winton Triangle
By Marvin T. Jones
7800 McArthur Boulevard,
Glen Echo, MD 
Opening Feb 11, 2p. Runs through Mar 31

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

The Tower Road Bus – Film and Discussion
In the early 1970s, amidst anti-busing protests nationwide, Dotson Burns, Jr. lands on the frontlines of school integration as the first Black principal of Crestview Elementary, a majority-white school in Prince George’s County
Greenbelt Cinema
129 Centerway
Thu, Feb 29, 7p (67 minutes), $9

Preservation, Culture, And Commemoration
Middle Passage Ceremonies and Port Markers Project
Preservation, Culture, And Commemoration
(In this session, Melanie Maldonado (Puerto Rican Organization for the Performing Arts) and Omar Eaton-Martinez (National Trust for Historic Preservation) will discuss Afro-Puerto Rican heritage and remembrance efforts.)
Sat, Feb 24, 7p, Register

Society of the First African Families of English America
Forgotten Patriots' trailer
By Ric Murphy

Human Diversity
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

The “Deviant” African Genders That Colonialism Condemned

Best African Dads In The World: Meet The Aka Pygmy Fathers who are raising their children in a non-traditional manner

Southern Poverty Law Center
Jim Crow Literacy Test – Can You Pass?

In Memoriam
Joe Madison
Carl Weathers

Metro Chicago
Brookfield Zoo
admission is free on Sun, Tue, Thu, and Sat during Jan and Feb
(parking fee still applies)

Washington, DC
Christopher Prince
Mr. Henry's
601 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
Sat, Feb 17, 8p, $25

New York City
Experiential Orchestra and Videmus Present
The Julia Perry Centenary Celebration and Festival
Mar 13-Mar 16
Washington, DC
Christopher Prince
Mr. Henry's
601 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
Sat, Feb 17, 8p, $25

Howard Gospel Choir
First A.M.E. Church
2045 Massachusetts Street
Mon, Mar 4, 7p-9p. $25-$30

Clarksdale, MS
Delta Blues Museum Virtual Tours
Delta Blues Museum

Fort Washington, MD Ebenezer Poetry Ministry
Ebenezer A.M.E. Church
7707 Allentown Rd,
Fri, Feb 16, 6;30p-8:30p

New York
Amanda Gorman and cellist Jan Vogler
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage @ Carnegie Hall
57th St and 7th Ave
Sat, Feb 17, 8p, $

emmett (til de remix) by Chicago Poetry Laurette avery r. young with Studio Revolt

The Trevor Garifuna Show
discusses the history of the human rights violations in West Papua by the Indonesian government and their quest for independence.

Online Reparations: Accra Reparations Conference update with Nkechi Taifa
Appeal Inc
Sat, Feb 10, 10a-12p

New York Will Set up a Commission to Consider Reparations for Slavery

Curricular Resources:
Reparations Math and Reparations History

Attorneys for 3 Last-Known Survivors of 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Appeal Dismissed Reparations Case

Philadelphia Reparations Task Force solicits members, plans to officially launch in Feb

Washington, DC
Anthony Driver Designs
Jewelry Maker
Eastern Market – next to first door
225 7th St, SE
Sats, 8a-6p, Suns 8a-5p, free

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ChatGPT Tutorial - A Crash Course on Chat GPT for Beginners

Richard III
PBS Great Performances
See Watch Full Episode

Washington, DC
The Sensational Sea Mink-Ettes
Woolly Mammoth
641 D ST. NW
Sun, Feb 4-Sun, Mar 3, 2024

Providence, RI
Dinner with Zora: A Black Culinary Event
performance and dinner
Central Congregational Church
295 Angell St
Sat, Feb 17,12:30p, $95

The Time Machine - A Tribute to the '80s
Black Ensemble Theater
4450 North Clark Street
Sun, Mar 3-Sun, Apr 14

Urban Planning
Washington, DC
Amanda Boston
The “New” New York: Race, Space, and Power in Gentrifying Brooklyn
Metropolitan Policy Center – Urban Speaker Series
American University 
Kerwin Hall Room 301
Thu, Feb. 22, 5:30p-6:30p

Young Adults
Center for African Studies at Howard University
Bouctou, an Africana Magazine for Teachers and Students

National Museum of African American History and Culture Celebrates Black History Month

Big Objects, Big Stories: Plywood Panel Mural from Resurrection City
Feb. 20, 11:30a–12:45p 

NMAAHC Kids Learning Together: Meet a Rock Climber!
Feb. 23, 11a–12p 

Read Africa Aloud
Features author readings with classroom applications and fun activities for children.

Goombay Kids
Makes History As First-Ever Caribbean Live-Action Children’s Series To Sign North American Streaming Deal (now available to over on Roku, Amazon FireTV, Apple TV and Android devices)

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