Have you ever researched your own family history? Whether you’re a seasoned researcher or a novice genealogist, our first-ever Twitter Space event is for you! Join us to hear how community genealogists Raymond Cousins and […]
George Washington’s passionate interest in farming was central to his identity and his commitment to the “New Agriculture” of the eighteenth century shaped the lives of the hundreds of people held in bondage at Mount […]
The story of Harriet Tubman is deeply embedded in the region surrounding Washington, D.C. Join us for a virtual conversation as we explore the remarkable life and legacy of Harriet Tubman through the lens of […]
Join me and Michael Tubbs as we discuss his new memoir, The Deeper the Roots, A Memoir of Hope and Home. This astonishing memoir traces Michael’s upbringing in Stockton, CA at a time when it was one of the most violent […]
In this video, we dwell in the space where Frederick Douglass passed on February 20, 1895, share in a reading of the description of his final moments, and then shift into a time of reflection […]
A panel discussion featuring U.S. Representative Oye Owolewa, Anise Jenkins, Joyce Robinson-Paul and Mark Thompson. Moderated by Demi Stratmon, 51 for 51. Sponsors: Stand Up! for Democracy in DC, DC Black History Celebration Committee, DC […]
Join THE FUTURE OF BLACK editors, Len Lawson and Gary Jackson, as they moderate a reading and discussion with contributors on P&P Live!
Enjoy a delightful evening of classical, Gospel, and sacred music, featuring the music of composers of African descent, performed by some of our region’s top musicians.
Please note: RSVP’ing does not guarantee admission. Seating is first come, first serve. All patrons must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend.
Join Michael Zeldin for this important conversation on race in America with Don Lemon as they discuss his book, This Is The Fire: What I Say to My Friends About Racism. This frank conversation addresses […]