Maimouna Keita School of African Dance Inc. presents THE 27TH ANNUAL DANCE CONCERT: SILA DJIGUIBA, PATH OF HOPE Tickets can be purchased through Saturday at 4 pm at Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration 1368 Fulton ST. Brooklyn NY 11216

Doors Open at 6 pm Hosted by Stephanie’s Child Sounds by @DJEUGENE_EDO Performances by @CONNELLTHOMPSONSAX

Seeing Rape: This is America

Friday, 12 April 2019 by

Seeing Rape: This is America is a performance written by John Jay College students. This group of men and women playwrights represents sexual violence in their own words, dialects, and languages in engaging and novel ways. In short plays, the way rape intersects with hyper-masculinity, the opioid epidemic, the workplace, immigration at the Southern border, and

Seeing Rape: This is America

Thursday, 11 April 2019 by

Seeing Rape: This is America is a performance written by John Jay College students. This group of men and women playwrights represents sexual violence in their own words, dialects, and languages in engaging and novel ways. In short plays, the way rape intersects with hyper-masculinity, the opioid epidemic, the workplace, immigration at the Southern border, and

Seeing Rape: This is America

Wednesday, 10 April 2019 by

Seeing Rape: This is America is a performance written by John Jay College students. This group of men and women playwrights represents sexual violence in their own words, dialects, and languages in engaging and novel ways. In short plays, the way rape intersects with hyper-masculinity, the opioid epidemic, the workplace, immigration at the Southern border, and

For One. Night. Only. Multi-talented Comedian, Writer and Actor, Yvonne Orji (Creator of Sitcom “First Gen Show” and ‘Molly’ on Insecure HBO) headlines this hilarious night of stand–up comedy, featuring comedian Foxy P (Producer/Lead Performer of the African Princes Of Comedy Tour) and Hollywood-based Humor Prince, Chinedu Unaka (starring on Showtime’s It’s A Party, HBO’s

TEDxCUNY 2019: What Matters Now

Friday, 05 April 2019 by

“Because when you are imagining, you might as well imagine something worth while.”- Lucy Maud Montgomery In light of change – however uncomfortable, necessary, or unanticipated – people across the globe grapple with ever-important questions as they look toward the future. The questions we ask ourselves prompt us to search for, do, and be better

A Day-Long Celebration featuring dancers from across the United States with special performances by Galgaley Rishon, an inspiring wheelchair dance troupe from Israel! RIVKALEH’S FAIR 11:30 am – 2:30 pm Community dancing and activities for all ages, Judaica and crafts vendors, kosher food and snacks. FESTIVAL PERFORMANCE 3:00 pm Dancers and singers from communities across the

Lincoln Center is bringing Mostly Mozart Festival at Gerald W. Lynch Theater in summer 2019. GWL Theater will proudly host THE BLACK CLOWN and BLAK WHYTE GRAY on July and August. Check our event calendar to reserve your tickets of these outstanding opportunities to experience Mozart. Read the article on The New York Times regarding

Join Us In New York City For The Red Carpet Premiere Of UNLIKELY, A Feature-Length Documentary That Investigates The College Dropout Crisis And The Systemic Barriers Students Face In Their Pursuit Of An Education And Livable-Wage Career. Doors will open at 6:00 PM and the program will begin at 6:30 PM, with the discussion immediately to

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