BROOKLYN CHILDREN'S MUSEUM                                                                                                                       The world's first children's museum has a comprehensive regular program and a host of special events during February, Black History Month. ", The collection includes "Floral Composition" ( circa 1885-1890) by painter Charles Ethan Porter, sculptor Nancy Elizabeth Prophet's "Untitled," a carved wood head (circa early 1930s) ,the 1939 metal sculpture "Lift Every Voice and Sing" by Augusta Savage,  Malvin Gray Johnson's  "Along the Harlem River" (1925) and "On a John Brown Flight (1942-1945) by William H. Johnson. The show stars  Jonathan Cake, Charise Castro-Smith, Samuel Collings, Ash Hunter, Chukwudi Iwuji, Joaquina Kalukango, Ian Lassiter, Chivas Michael, Sarah Niles and Henry Stram.

Black History Month: Prodigy Robert Randolph shares musical journey with pedal steel guitar In this one-room sanctuary on a suburban New Jersey street, a rock-and-roll icon was born. SCHOMBURG CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN BLACK CULTURE The New York Public Library's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, at 515 Malcolm X Blvd., in Manhattan, celebrates black history year round through programs, exhibits and online presentations. William H. Johnson's "On a John Brown Flight” is one of works at the Swann Galleries exhibition/auction, “Shadows Uplifted: The Rise of African-American Fine Art.”, African music star Angélique Kidjo (above and below) comes to Manhattan’s Town Hall with recently released album. Place: Adelphi Center's Fireplace Lounge Date/Time: Feb. 26, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Info: If you read at the event, contact Fabian Burrell before Feb. 20 at fburrell@adelphi.edu.

Under the leadership of Commissioner Terrance Holliday (retired Air Force colonel), the ageny works with federal, state and city agencies to aid veterans, their dependents and survivors. Place: Center's Langston Hughes Auditorium Date/Time: Feb. 27, from 7:30 pm. The Mayor’s Office of Veteran’s Affairs will present “African American Women and the Military: World War II and Beyond,” a Black History Month exhibit, on Feb. 27 in Manhattan.

HAYMARKET BOOKS Book:"The Black Power Mixtape: 1967–1975," a new book by Sweden-born filmmaker Göran Hugo Olsson and based on his 2011 documentary, looks at the Black Power Movement in America through archival information, color photographs,  and historical speeches and interviews with Stokely Carmichael (Kwame Ture), Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Eldridge Cleaver, Bobby Seale, Huey Newton, Emile de Antonio, and Angela Davis. Black History Month is no exception. The piece highlights attraction such as the Weeksville-Hunterfly Road Historic Houses in Brooklyn, the New York City Slavery and Underground Railroad Tour of lower Manhattan and the Harlem Renaissance Multimedia Walking Tour uptown. There will be a reception on Feb. 23 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. In a review of the film, which screened in theaters and aired in PBS' Independent Lens series, the Hollywood Reporter said,  "If one of the roles of documentaries is to record and preserve history, The Black Power Mixtape: 1967-1975 admirably performs its duty. NEW DESTINY PRODUCTIONS Play:"I Don't Know Why He Loves Me: Love, Lust, Tragedy and Triumph," ba stage work by Bernard Corbett, stars Jequan Jackson, Zahara Thomas, Andrew Galtelan and Melissa Denize. HARLEM CLASSICAL THEATRE Play: As part of its "Future Classics" series, the Harlem Classical Theatre will present Dennis A. Allen 2nd's play "When We Wake Up Dead," directed by Christopher Burris. There will be plenty of ways to celebrate Black History Month across New York City this month, from musical performances to exhibits and city walks. Place: Center's American Negro Theatre Date/Time: Feb. 26, from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Info: The event is free. Visit. Get updates from New York and beyond on the virus. Place: Second floor of the Performing Arts Center Gallery Date/Time: Through Feb. 28. Download it here. In 1945, Maj. Charity Adams (r.) and Capt. Info: Tickets for Apollo Music Café are $20 and $15 in advance. Place: The Brooklyn Children's Museum, 145 Brooklyn Ave, Brooklyn Date/Time:  Feb. 22 atnoon and 1 p.m. Info: Call (718) 735-4400 and visit  www.brooklynkids.org/index.php/visit/calendarofevents for afull  schedule of events. Info: To view the art works available at auction, visit www.swanngalleries.com. The Mayor's Office of Veterans' Affairs advises the mayor on issues "impacting the veteran and military community." Online discussion:  "Pan African – Linking the Singing Drum to Black History" is an online dialogue about the Trinidad and Tobago-created steel drum's contribution to the African diaspora. MAYOR'S OFFICE OF VETERANS AFFAIRS Exhibit:  "African American Women and the Military: World War II and Beyond," an Black History Month exhibit presented by the Mayor's Office of Veteran's Affairs in collaboration with the city's Department of Records and Information Services and the city Department of Citywide Administrative Services. Showtimes are 8 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Call (212) 749 7771 for more information or send email to harlemartssalon@yahoo.com and visit www.harlemartssalon.com . Discussion: "Before 5: Bartlett's Familiar Black Quotations" is a talk and book signing by Retha Powers, author of the 720-page publication which contains more than 5,000 quotes dating from Ancient Egypt to the present day. Organizers of "When Steel Talks" rightfully boast their site contains "Everything Related to the Steelpan Instrument and Music," and promotes the history and culture of the steelband globally." in Manhattan Date/Time: Feb. 15 at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. Info:  Admission is $20 with a $10 food or drink minimum. To register, visit www.schomburgcenter.eventbrite.com. Thursday, Feb. 13: Celebration of Black History Month, 5:30-8 p.m., NYSUT headquarters (800 Troy-Schenectady Road, Latham) PALACE THEATRE.

Jamaica Rebirth's musical influences include Parliament Funkadelic, Chaka Kahn, Aretha Franklin, Earth Wind and Fire, James Brown, Rick James and Tower of Power.
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Black History Month: Prodigy Robert Randolph shares musical journey with pedal steel guitar In this one-room sanctuary on a suburban New Jersey street, a rock-and-roll icon was born. SCHOMBURG CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN BLACK CULTURE The New York Public Library's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, at 515 Malcolm X Blvd., in Manhattan, celebrates black history year round through programs, exhibits and online presentations. William H. Johnson's "On a John Brown Flight” is one of works at the Swann Galleries exhibition/auction, “Shadows Uplifted: The Rise of African-American Fine Art.”, African music star Angélique Kidjo (above and below) comes to Manhattan’s Town Hall with recently released album. Place: Adelphi Center's Fireplace Lounge Date/Time: Feb. 26, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Info: If you read at the event, contact Fabian Burrell before Feb. 20 at fburrell@adelphi.edu.

Under the leadership of Commissioner Terrance Holliday (retired Air Force colonel), the ageny works with federal, state and city agencies to aid veterans, their dependents and survivors. Place: Center's Langston Hughes Auditorium Date/Time: Feb. 27, from 7:30 pm. The Mayor’s Office of Veteran’s Affairs will present “African American Women and the Military: World War II and Beyond,” a Black History Month exhibit, on Feb. 27 in Manhattan.

HAYMARKET BOOKS Book:"The Black Power Mixtape: 1967–1975," a new book by Sweden-born filmmaker Göran Hugo Olsson and based on his 2011 documentary, looks at the Black Power Movement in America through archival information, color photographs,  and historical speeches and interviews with Stokely Carmichael (Kwame Ture), Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Eldridge Cleaver, Bobby Seale, Huey Newton, Emile de Antonio, and Angela Davis. Black History Month is no exception. The piece highlights attraction such as the Weeksville-Hunterfly Road Historic Houses in Brooklyn, the New York City Slavery and Underground Railroad Tour of lower Manhattan and the Harlem Renaissance Multimedia Walking Tour uptown. There will be a reception on Feb. 23 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. In a review of the film, which screened in theaters and aired in PBS' Independent Lens series, the Hollywood Reporter said,  "If one of the roles of documentaries is to record and preserve history, The Black Power Mixtape: 1967-1975 admirably performs its duty. NEW DESTINY PRODUCTIONS Play:"I Don't Know Why He Loves Me: Love, Lust, Tragedy and Triumph," ba stage work by Bernard Corbett, stars Jequan Jackson, Zahara Thomas, Andrew Galtelan and Melissa Denize. HARLEM CLASSICAL THEATRE Play: As part of its "Future Classics" series, the Harlem Classical Theatre will present Dennis A. Allen 2nd's play "When We Wake Up Dead," directed by Christopher Burris. There will be plenty of ways to celebrate Black History Month across New York City this month, from musical performances to exhibits and city walks. Place: Center's American Negro Theatre Date/Time: Feb. 26, from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Info: The event is free. Visit. Get updates from New York and beyond on the virus. Place: Second floor of the Performing Arts Center Gallery Date/Time: Through Feb. 28. Download it here. In 1945, Maj. Charity Adams (r.) and Capt. Info: Tickets for Apollo Music Café are $20 and $15 in advance. Place: The Brooklyn Children's Museum, 145 Brooklyn Ave, Brooklyn Date/Time:  Feb. 22 atnoon and 1 p.m. Info: Call (718) 735-4400 and visit  www.brooklynkids.org/index.php/visit/calendarofevents for afull  schedule of events. Info: To view the art works available at auction, visit www.swanngalleries.com. The Mayor's Office of Veterans' Affairs advises the mayor on issues "impacting the veteran and military community." Online discussion:  "Pan African – Linking the Singing Drum to Black History" is an online dialogue about the Trinidad and Tobago-created steel drum's contribution to the African diaspora. MAYOR'S OFFICE OF VETERANS AFFAIRS Exhibit:  "African American Women and the Military: World War II and Beyond," an Black History Month exhibit presented by the Mayor's Office of Veteran's Affairs in collaboration with the city's Department of Records and Information Services and the city Department of Citywide Administrative Services. Showtimes are 8 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Call (212) 749 7771 for more information or send email to harlemartssalon@yahoo.com and visit www.harlemartssalon.com . Discussion: "Before 5: Bartlett's Familiar Black Quotations" is a talk and book signing by Retha Powers, author of the 720-page publication which contains more than 5,000 quotes dating from Ancient Egypt to the present day. Organizers of "When Steel Talks" rightfully boast their site contains "Everything Related to the Steelpan Instrument and Music," and promotes the history and culture of the steelband globally." in Manhattan Date/Time: Feb. 15 at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. Info:  Admission is $20 with a $10 food or drink minimum. To register, visit www.schomburgcenter.eventbrite.com. Thursday, Feb. 13: Celebration of Black History Month, 5:30-8 p.m., NYSUT headquarters (800 Troy-Schenectady Road, Latham) PALACE THEATRE.

Jamaica Rebirth's musical influences include Parliament Funkadelic, Chaka Kahn, Aretha Franklin, Earth Wind and Fire, James Brown, Rick James and Tower of Power.
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BILLIE'S BLACK GOURMET SOUL RESTAURANT Musical performance:  Vocalist Lezlie Harrison will perform backed by the Organ Monk Organ Trio – featuring Greg (Monk Organ) Lewis and Jeremy (Bean) Clemmons.

Get updates on the coronavirus pandemic and other news as it happens with our free breaking news email alerts. And to get to the When Steel Talks home page, go to  http://whensteeltalks.ning.com. The Apollo Theater is home to a broad range of programming. Actors in rehearsals of the play “I Don't Know Why He Loves Me,” written by Bernard Corbett. The Weeksville Center is mentioned in NewYork.com’s 10 Best Tours to Honor Black History Month” article. Wilson, one of the Queens in the original Broadway cast of FELA!, has also danced with the following companies: Opus, Bosou African Dance, Dinizulu African Dancers, Haiti Dansco, and Ka Nu.
Abbie Campbell (l.) review members of the Women's Army Corps in in England during World War II. Date/Time: Feb. 16, from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Info:  Suggested donation $125 and checks, cash, credit cards will be accepted. Place: Billie's Black Gourmet Soul Restaurant, 271 W. 119th St. (between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and Frederick Douglass Bvlds. WEEKSVILLE HERITAGE CENTER Year round, the newly revamped Weeksville Heritage Center in Brooklyn will present programs in its 23,000 square-foot Education and Cultural Arts Building – a sustainable entrance to the original 19th century homes of the historic settlement. Call (212) 967-7555 and visit http://tickets.publictheater.org/order/?prod=23559. Black History Month is no exception. “When Steel Talks” website provides comprehensive coverage of steel drum rlaed happenings, such as the exploits of the CASYM Steel Orchestra (above)  at West Indian American Day Carnival’s Panorama competition in Brooklyn. AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER OF THE CAPITAL REGION.

Info:To pre-order or get more details on the book, visit http://bit.ly/1dkC3Z6 and checkout the Hay Market Books web site: www.haymarketbooks.org. On Saturdays and Sundays, the play will be presented at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Info: Ticket prices start at $72, $40 for members. HOSTOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Dance performance: Larocque Bey Dancers & Drummers, the nation's oldest African dance emsemble performs traditiona; African and Caribbean dance. 54 Black History Month Films. The stage work follows fraternal twins Bryant and James Walker's visit their ailing uncle Cecil and the family secrets that are revealed. ... Stay informed with NYCgo—we’ll send the latest NYC updates directly to your inbox, including coronavirus coverage and resources.

Place: Resort World Casino's 360 Bar Date/Time: Feb. 13, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Exhibition:"A History of Heroes," is a photo exhibit featuring New York Daily News Hometown Heroes and celebrity heroes from Queens. HARLEM ARTS SALON Talk/Fundraiser:"A Conversation with Ras Baraka," with special guests Danny Glover, State Sen. Bill Perkins and others expected to attend the fundraiser for Baraka, who is a Newark N.J.  councilman. Jamaica Rebirth is comprised of the following musicians:  Eddie Long (drummer), Patrick Wherry (bass), Tony Johnson (keyboards), Kevin Perry (guitarist), Simone Simmons (lead/back ground vocalist), Kempton John (lead/back ground vocalist) and Kenneth Worthy (lead/back ground vocalist). NYC - The Official Guide. Assembled from extraordinary footage uncovered in the Swedish Television archives and augmented by contemporary audio interviews, the film presents a powerful reminder of the black power movement, often neglected, misrepresented or forgotten in this country.
BROOKLYN CHILDREN'S MUSEUM                                                                                                                       The world's first children's museum has a comprehensive regular program and a host of special events during February, Black History Month. ", The collection includes "Floral Composition" ( circa 1885-1890) by painter Charles Ethan Porter, sculptor Nancy Elizabeth Prophet's "Untitled," a carved wood head (circa early 1930s) ,the 1939 metal sculpture "Lift Every Voice and Sing" by Augusta Savage,  Malvin Gray Johnson's  "Along the Harlem River" (1925) and "On a John Brown Flight (1942-1945) by William H. Johnson. The show stars  Jonathan Cake, Charise Castro-Smith, Samuel Collings, Ash Hunter, Chukwudi Iwuji, Joaquina Kalukango, Ian Lassiter, Chivas Michael, Sarah Niles and Henry Stram.

Black History Month: Prodigy Robert Randolph shares musical journey with pedal steel guitar In this one-room sanctuary on a suburban New Jersey street, a rock-and-roll icon was born. SCHOMBURG CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN BLACK CULTURE The New York Public Library's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, at 515 Malcolm X Blvd., in Manhattan, celebrates black history year round through programs, exhibits and online presentations. William H. Johnson's "On a John Brown Flight” is one of works at the Swann Galleries exhibition/auction, “Shadows Uplifted: The Rise of African-American Fine Art.”, African music star Angélique Kidjo (above and below) comes to Manhattan’s Town Hall with recently released album. Place: Adelphi Center's Fireplace Lounge Date/Time: Feb. 26, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Info: If you read at the event, contact Fabian Burrell before Feb. 20 at fburrell@adelphi.edu.

Under the leadership of Commissioner Terrance Holliday (retired Air Force colonel), the ageny works with federal, state and city agencies to aid veterans, their dependents and survivors. Place: Center's Langston Hughes Auditorium Date/Time: Feb. 27, from 7:30 pm. The Mayor’s Office of Veteran’s Affairs will present “African American Women and the Military: World War II and Beyond,” a Black History Month exhibit, on Feb. 27 in Manhattan.

HAYMARKET BOOKS Book:"The Black Power Mixtape: 1967–1975," a new book by Sweden-born filmmaker Göran Hugo Olsson and based on his 2011 documentary, looks at the Black Power Movement in America through archival information, color photographs,  and historical speeches and interviews with Stokely Carmichael (Kwame Ture), Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Eldridge Cleaver, Bobby Seale, Huey Newton, Emile de Antonio, and Angela Davis. Black History Month is no exception. The piece highlights attraction such as the Weeksville-Hunterfly Road Historic Houses in Brooklyn, the New York City Slavery and Underground Railroad Tour of lower Manhattan and the Harlem Renaissance Multimedia Walking Tour uptown. There will be a reception on Feb. 23 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. In a review of the film, which screened in theaters and aired in PBS' Independent Lens series, the Hollywood Reporter said,  "If one of the roles of documentaries is to record and preserve history, The Black Power Mixtape: 1967-1975 admirably performs its duty. NEW DESTINY PRODUCTIONS Play:"I Don't Know Why He Loves Me: Love, Lust, Tragedy and Triumph," ba stage work by Bernard Corbett, stars Jequan Jackson, Zahara Thomas, Andrew Galtelan and Melissa Denize. HARLEM CLASSICAL THEATRE Play: As part of its "Future Classics" series, the Harlem Classical Theatre will present Dennis A. Allen 2nd's play "When We Wake Up Dead," directed by Christopher Burris. There will be plenty of ways to celebrate Black History Month across New York City this month, from musical performances to exhibits and city walks. Place: Center's American Negro Theatre Date/Time: Feb. 26, from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Info: The event is free. Visit. Get updates from New York and beyond on the virus. Place: Second floor of the Performing Arts Center Gallery Date/Time: Through Feb. 28. Download it here. In 1945, Maj. Charity Adams (r.) and Capt. Info: Tickets for Apollo Music Café are $20 and $15 in advance. Place: The Brooklyn Children's Museum, 145 Brooklyn Ave, Brooklyn Date/Time:  Feb. 22 atnoon and 1 p.m. Info: Call (718) 735-4400 and visit  www.brooklynkids.org/index.php/visit/calendarofevents for afull  schedule of events. Info: To view the art works available at auction, visit www.swanngalleries.com. The Mayor's Office of Veterans' Affairs advises the mayor on issues "impacting the veteran and military community." Online discussion:  "Pan African – Linking the Singing Drum to Black History" is an online dialogue about the Trinidad and Tobago-created steel drum's contribution to the African diaspora. MAYOR'S OFFICE OF VETERANS AFFAIRS Exhibit:  "African American Women and the Military: World War II and Beyond," an Black History Month exhibit presented by the Mayor's Office of Veteran's Affairs in collaboration with the city's Department of Records and Information Services and the city Department of Citywide Administrative Services. Showtimes are 8 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Call (212) 749 7771 for more information or send email to harlemartssalon@yahoo.com and visit www.harlemartssalon.com . Discussion: "Before 5: Bartlett's Familiar Black Quotations" is a talk and book signing by Retha Powers, author of the 720-page publication which contains more than 5,000 quotes dating from Ancient Egypt to the present day. Organizers of "When Steel Talks" rightfully boast their site contains "Everything Related to the Steelpan Instrument and Music," and promotes the history and culture of the steelband globally." in Manhattan Date/Time: Feb. 15 at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. Info:  Admission is $20 with a $10 food or drink minimum. To register, visit www.schomburgcenter.eventbrite.com. Thursday, Feb. 13: Celebration of Black History Month, 5:30-8 p.m., NYSUT headquarters (800 Troy-Schenectady Road, Latham) PALACE THEATRE.

Jamaica Rebirth's musical influences include Parliament Funkadelic, Chaka Kahn, Aretha Franklin, Earth Wind and Fire, James Brown, Rick James and Tower of Power.

For Long Distance Transportation The Clinical Samples Should Be Placed In How Many Containers, Outback Steakhouse Singapore Review, Giga Bowser Pictures, Black Moon Effects On Humans, Honest Shawn Mendes, Why Do History Textbooks Lie, What Did Nero Do, Galen Marek, The Night Me And Your Mama Met Vocals, Sledgehammer Games Review, Vesak Day Meaning, Japanese Tanto Knife, Carillon Historical Park Leadership Center, Hogfish Season 2020, Witness Joplin Tornado, Turkish Culture Food, Teachstone Class Observation Videos, Cul De Sac Career, Louisiana Parish Map Quiz, Pokemon 235 Pokemon Go, Why Are Hurricanes Dangerous Essay, Renwick Gallery Temple, Exalted Chrom, Captain Falcon Without Helmet, Raging In Smash, Warframe Akkad, Tommy Douglas Biography, Children's Museum Dc, Vanity Fair (2004 Full Movie), Style Ukulele, China Independence Day 2019, How Many Black Architects Are There, Chinese South Park, Reyn Spooner Fabric By The Yard, Fa Women's Championship Fixtures, Where Is Tyrus, The Jeffrey Dahmer Files, Black History Month Facts Of The Day 2020, Owen Jones Alhambra, Pikachu Photobomb 2020, South Park Season 1 Episodes, The Watsons Go To Birmingham Movie Google Drive, Google Play Uses Wrong Account For In-app Purchases, David Icke Ticket Price, Love Letter Japanese Movie Ending Explained, Old Lahaina Luau Maui, Arceus Dialga Palkia Gx 220/236, Star Wars Books Forum, Longest Dust Storm On Mars, Snorlax Evolution Chart, Smash Ultimate Beginner Guide Reddit, Super Smash Bros Ultimate Home Run Contest How To Play, Flounder Definition, Animal Crossing Whale Shark, Mind On My Money Youngbloodz, What Does A Heart Symbol Mean On Facebook, Captain Falcon Without Helmet, Deoxys Type, Don't Let Me Down Chords Milky Chance, Raul Reyes Cnn, Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month Uk, 1000 Genomes Project, Watch Let Them Eat Goo Online, System 44 Read 180 Student Login, Luigi Dancing Meme, Turkey Military Power Ranking, Kuiper Meaning, Prickle Meaning In Bengali, Rathalos World Of Light, Smithsonian Wedding Cost, Inspirational Quotes For Cancer Patients, Sesame Street Subway, Pokemon Go Eggs June 2020, Today Tarikh, Cotton In Ears For Cold, I-war Ships, Bill Kazmaier Wrestling, Nacac Coronavirus, Define Mammary Gland, World Record Lake Trout Length, Sticky And Sweet Tour Dancers, What Does Nasp Stand For, How To Use Game And Watch Ultimate, Salary For Small Office Manager, Open Data Netherlands,

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