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Stranger in the Shogun’s City: A Woman’s Life In Nineteenth-Century Japan:
This event will feature a panel discussion with divers who seek to preserve the heritage of Black people through discovering and investigating wreckages of slave ships and salvaging artifacts. Panelists include: Justin Dunnavant, Leader, Society of Black Archaeologists; Alexandra Jones, Founder, and CEO, Archaeology in the Community; Kamau Sadiki, Leader, National Black Scuba Divers (NABS); Ric Powell, Co-Founder & Member, Board of Directors, NABS, and; Mary Elliott, Curator, National Museum of African American History and Culture.
This interactive class will help students understand the mechanics of being an actor through physical warm-ups, tongue twisters, improv games, and group storytelling. This class will be kept small so it remains engaging, fast-moving and most of all, FUN! All enrollment is through Eventbrite! Last day to register is February 5th! “Drama Kids” with Lisa Ragsdale 6-Week Workshop: Wednesday, Feb 10, 2021 Wednesday, Feb 17, 2021 Wednesday, Feb 24, 2021 Wednesday, Mar 3, 2021 Wednesday, Mar 10, 2021 Wednesday, Mar…
Join artist Miquela Davis for an hour of imaginative doodling! Bring your favorite drawing materials and doodle it out on Wednesday at 4:00pm. Register with the link in bio for this FREE online arts class. Sign up for classes at linktr.ee/CFAER and send class payments to our Venmo @cfaer or Paypal firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part two of the virtual 40th Annual Black Doll Show, “Going to the Club” starts Saturday, January 9 from 4 to 6:00 p.m. While the dolls can have a have a night out, we will have a night in, with a Zoom dance party, and visits with special guests, all to celebrate William Grant Still Arts Center’s‘s signature exhibition. DJ Novena Carmel @novenacarmel and Host Quami Dushon will give us the inspirational vibes. In between dancing we will present a page from our,…
Explore the online Black history and heritage resources from the Los Angeles Public Library and other institutions. Resources will include digitized Black newspapers, photography collections focused on African American communities, oral histories from Black History Makers, resources for researching African American family histories through genealogy, and more! Teens, email email@example.com from your school email address to request the Zoom link. Homeschoolers include the word “Homeschool” in the subject of your email request from your usual address.