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San Francisco-based photographers Pirkle Jones and Ruth-Marion Baruch photographed the rise of the Black Panthers in Oakland, CA, during the summer of 1968."
"...a mobilization of tremendously talented but very young Black people who had little financial and institutional resources, but we had unlimited imagination…Kathleen Cleaver…Continue
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In the Spirit: The Connection of John Biggers and Maya Angelou'sContinue
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South Side Community Art Center’s 50th Annual Art Auction to feature treasure trove of African American historic and contemporary art
Faheem Majeed to be honored for life of service and community-focused artistry.
BAIA Beats proudly welcomes the extraordinary Chris Campbell (aka DJ Cambeaux), a DJ/music journalist and nationally-renowned tastemaker who has written for publications such as Upscale, Smooth Jazz News, Soul Interviews and Examiner. His books The Essential Neo Soul and Neo Soul 2.0 spotlight the…Continue
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Poet Tracy K. Smith has been appointed as the new Director of the Creative Writing Program at the Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University. Smith is an award winning author having won such awards as the James Laughlin Award, Essence Literary Award, Rona Jaffe Award and a Whiting…Continue
On June 29, 2015, the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg, FL announced the opening of the exhibition, This Light of Ours: Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement, and FHM's FHM original exhibit entitled, Beaches, Benches and Boycotts: The Civil Rights…Continue
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Ballerina Misty Copeland has become the first African American female principal dancer in the 75 year history of the American Ballet Theater. Copeland has danced with ABT for the past 14 years, working toward her goal of achieving the highest rank at the company.
Born in Kansas City, Missouri and…Continue
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THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON FILM FESTIVAL'S objective is to increase awareness about "events and heroes of the Civil Rights Era and inspire renewed passion for activism."
The Festival features film screenings, discussions and music performances in Washington, D.C. starting July 15, through July 25, 2015. The Festival opened with…Continue
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"RISING UP".. EXHIBITION OF THE HALE WOODRUFF
Three of the six Hale Woodruff Talladega Murals recount a difficult and dramatic story of survival in a way that only visual art can -- no words just powerful and strong imagery…Continue
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Heritage through Visual Rhythms 2015 National Juried Art Exhibition
Nov. 7,2015- Mar. 25, 2016
Call for Entry Go to …
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PRINCE REMOVES HIS MUSIC FROM ALL STREAMING SITES EXCEPT GOOGLE PLAY AND JAY Z's TIDAL PLATFORM.
Prince has removed his music from all streaming music sites (including Apple Music) except for Goole Play and the subscription service known as Tidal. Tidal was purchased earlier this year by Jay Z and is being marketed as an "artist friendly" music outlet. At the time of Tidal's launch…Continue
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Linoleum Cut Printmaking Workshop!
Saturday July 25, 2015 11:00 - 3:00 PM
Workshop: In this intense one day workshop participants will be exposed to the limitless process of creating relief prints. Students will learn how to construct thematic…Continue
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Julius Caesar Act 3, Scene 2 . . .…Continue
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John Thomas Biggers (1924–2001) The Garbage Man, 1944 - paintings, oil on board
Tales of the Dealer:…Continue