February 6, 12pm-2pm A discussion on the Barry Farm community’s history, architecture, and culture.
BLACK FILMS FOR THE CULTURE
February 5, 6:00 – 6:45PM Indie artist Russell Taylor takes us on a music journey through performances pre-recorded at THEARC Theater along with artist interviews featuring local and national Black artists.
zoom.us/j/93221836707 “In 1977 the television adaptation of Roots debuted across American television screens, inviting Americans to remember the painful history of the slave trade. By examining the history of his own family, author Alex Haley […]
4PM After School activities Tune in to DC Public Library’s Youtube every school day at 4 p.m. for fun and educational after-school live events and videos! Who’s Kamala Harris? Take a fun quiz to learn more about the first female […]
6 February, 9:30am To participate in Civil War Roundtable Programs: Registration is required. Send an email to Rock Creek Park at firstname.lastname@example.org by the Wednesday prior to this event using the email you want to […]
A Celebration of African American Life and History: Trailblazer featuring an Author Talk with Mae Jemison 3 February, 5 – 6PM
Perry H. Carson was a powerful African American leader in late 19th-century Southwest Washington, a political maestro whom the Washington Post dubbed “the Titanic leader of the colored race.”