Colorful Stripes

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Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

NY

Author Sheila Isenberg will lead a discussion group reading the novels of James Baldwin at Woodstock Library. In six sessions, this course will examine two novels by James Baldwin in an attempt to understand their relevance to this country’s history — in terms of slavery, racism, relations between blacks and whites, and the continuance of social and cultural behaviors that separate blacks and whites. “Americans cannot afford not to see how the legacies of slavery and Jim Crow shape the present,” Baldwin has written. “Our blindness, in other words, is lethal.”

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Soulful Christmas

Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church 665 Michigan Ave, Buffalo, NY

Soulful Christmas is a cultural holiday experience that allows our attendees to explore Buffalo's rich African American history, think critically about social justice issues, and hear untold stories about the Corridor. During Soulful Christmas, attendees can step back in time with engaging reenactments of holiday's long past as they meet some of the founding members of the Michigan Street Corridor. Emmaline Coy, one of the original members of the Michigan Street Baptist Church, will be sharing holiday traditions that date back to the 1840s. The Historic Colored Musician's Club will be performing jazz as they did in the roaring 20s. […]

Free
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Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Your Silence Will Not Protect You! a Reading & Discussion program sponsored by the Experimental Theatre Project

WOW Cafe Theater 59-61 East 4th Street, New York, NY

Lorraine La Prade guides us through several texts by Audre Lorde. The group will discuss Zami and Cancer Journals and compare these two texts as well as look at some of Lorde's poetry and speeches. Some of the discussions will happen in person and some online - which dates are in person and which on line TBA closer to the dates.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Your Silence Will Not Protect You! a Reading & Discussion program sponsored by the Experimental Theatre Project

WOW Cafe Theater 59-61 East 4th Street, New York, NY

Lorraine La Prade guides us through several texts by Audre Lorde. The group will discuss Zami and Cancer Journals and compare these two texts as well as look at some of Lorde's poetry and speeches. Some of the discussions will happen in person and some online - which dates are in person and which on line TBA closer to the dates.

Recurring

James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

NY

Author Sheila Isenberg will lead a discussion group reading the novels of James Baldwin at Woodstock Library. In six sessions, this course will examine two novels by James Baldwin in an attempt to understand their relevance to this country’s history — in terms of slavery, racism, relations between blacks and whites, and the continuance of social and cultural behaviors that separate blacks and whites. “Americans cannot afford not to see how the legacies of slavery and Jim Crow shape the present,” Baldwin has written. “Our blindness, in other words, is lethal.”

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Women’s Reproductive Freedom, a Reading & Discussion program at The Arts Council of the Southern Finger Lakes

Arts Council of the Southern Finger Lakes 79 Market Street, Corning, NY

In a time when the clock is being set back 50 years, join The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes reading and discussion group on women's reproductive freedom and learn the history behind women's bodily autonomy and where we are poised to go as of now in a safe and accepting space.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Your Silence Will Not Protect You! a Reading & Discussion program sponsored by the Experimental Theatre Project

WOW Cafe Theater 59-61 East 4th Street, New York, NY

Lorraine La Prade guides us through several texts by Audre Lorde. The group will discuss Zami and Cancer Journals and compare these two texts as well as look at some of Lorde's poetry and speeches. Some of the discussions will happen in person and some online - which dates are in person and which on line TBA closer to the dates.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.