At the Domino Sugar Factory Thru July 6, Kara Walker’s 75.5ft long, 35.5ft high  and 26ft wide “Subtlety”

At the Domino Sugar Factory Thru July 6, Kara Walker’s 75.5ft long, 35.5ft high and 26ft wide “Subtlety” Updated

🕔12:45, 5.Jul 2014

                                                                                                        KaraWalker’s “A Subtlety or The Marvelous Sugar Baby, an homage to the unpaid and overworked artisans who have refined our sweet tastes from the cane fields to the Kitchens of the New World on the occasion of the Demolition of

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“Renaissance House” in the Vineyard Calling for Voices to Read Frederick Douglass’ Historic “Fourth of July”  Speech at Inkwell Beach

“Renaissance House” in the Vineyard Calling for Voices to Read Frederick Douglass’ Historic “Fourth of July” Speech at Inkwell Beach

🕔09:17, 23.Jun 2014

If you’re on Martha’s Vineyard this Fourth of July, become part of history when Renaissance House Writer’s Retreat in the Vineyard presents the annual open-air, public reading of  Frederick Douglass’ “What Does the Fourth of July Mean to a Negro?”

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Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events Updated

🕔11:14, 14.Feb 2014

Tomorrow, February 14, 10:00am, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture will present  The Loving Story, the painful, at times uplifting but riveting-to-the-end documentary that follows an interracial couple’s quest to live their lives peacefully as they conquer hurdles

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Events In Central Brooklyn & Beyond

Events In Central Brooklyn & Beyond Updated

🕔12:55, 19.Dec 2013

Rally to Save Brooklyn Healthcare Thursday, December 19, 2013 – 4pm Join patients, community members, clergy and state and local elected leaders to stop hospital closures in Brooklyn  633 3rd Ave. (b/w 40th & 41st Sts.) Sponsors: 1199SEIU, NYSNA, Interfaith

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November Is Native American Heritage Month Updated

🕔14:57, 27.Nov 2013

December 5 6p: Conversations in Black Freedom Studies: Black Power TV. Join Black Power TV author Devorah Heitner as she discusses the rise of African-American public television: New York’s Inside Bedford-Stuyvesant and Boston’s Say Brother, as well as Black America’s

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November Is Native American Heritage Month Updated

🕔14:26, 21.Nov 2013

November 23 9a-2p: FREE Practice SAT Test  .Find out where you stand! The NAACP New York State Youth & College Division & The Princeton Review Foundation Presents: Want to take a practice SAT without it counting towards college admissions? After

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Family Calendar

Family Calendar Updated

🕔13:54, 21.Nov 2013

Saturday, November 24, 2013 4p-5:30p: Join Morgan Powell, the writer, landscape designer and founder of Bronx River Sankofa, for a tour through Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Starting location: The India Street exit of the Greenpoint Ave. station on the G train line.

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November Is Native American Heritage Month Updated

🕔10:00, 14.Nov 2013

November 16 4 pm: Hip-Hop History Workshop for Teens: B-Boy & B-Girl Dancing with Kwikstep and Rokafella. The Schomburg Center celebrates Hip-Hop History Month in November with four interactive workshops for teens that will explore the four elements of hip-hop:

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November Is Native American Heritage Month

November Is Native American Heritage Month Updated

🕔13:30, 8.Nov 2013

TONIGHT! November 7 2013 Stars of New York Dance.  Kumble Theatre. DeKalb Ave. and Flatbush   Six 2013 Brooklyn leaders (the “Dancing Stars”) and their professional dance artists, compete to win a $5,000 dance scholarship award for the dance partners’ dance

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November Is Native American Heritage Month Updated

🕔05:33, 31.Oct 2013

November 1 7:00p: Community Education Forum & Booksigning: Teaching Who We Are, For Our Children’s Future.  Dr. Molefi Kete Asante is keynote speaker. Location: Sistas’ Place, 456 Nostrand Ave. @ Jefferson Ave. Dr. Asante will sign his African American History:

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