Free For All with RSVP – ROUTES by Ronald Bunn

Free For All – Conversations in Black Freedom Studies: The Struggle Against Racism and Repression

This month’s program marks 50 years since Stokely Carmichael galvanized the Black Power generation in June 1966; and it suggests the long road to the Black Power era with three presentations. First, Caleb Smith traces the contours of white domination back … Read More

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture – First Fridays: LGBTQ Black Pride Edition

A celebration of inspiring LGBTQ pioneers and the rich history housed in The Life Archive collection at the second annual First Fridays: Black LGBTQ Pride Edition. Groove to the music of DJ Missy B and Craig Nice in the Langston Hughes Lobby, and … Read More

“Shakespeare Remix: Hamlet & Ophelia”

Thursday, February 5th @ 7:00pm (Preview Performance) Friday, February 6th @ 4:30pm* Saturday, February 7th @ 7:00pm National Black Theatre 2031 Fifth Avenue (Between 125th and 126th Streets Harlem) Hamlet, a rapper, and his girlfriend Ophelia, a pop singer, are on the … Read More