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Come and enjoy a night of African and New York City Gospel featuring Africa's celebrated singers TEMBALAMI WELLINGTON KWENDA and Harlem's own CHAKA & THE AFRICAN PRAISERS ADMISSION $20 IN ADVANCE $25 AT THE DOOR $10 CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE GOOD SHEPHERD ORPHANAGE IN ZIMBABWE, AFRICA CLICK TO PURCHASE TICKETS AVAILABLE THRU EVENTBRITE For more information please call: 347 362 9910 or EMAIL: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


American Idol champion Ruben Studdard ushers in a year of faith, love, and unity when he makes his Museum debut in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life. Hosted by Dr. Linda H. Humes, Museum festivities kick off with an international marketplace and a dynamic opening performance by students from the Celia Cruz Bronx High School of Music.


American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th Street
Performances at Noon and 3pm
Market Place hours 12 Noon - 4pm
Free for Members or with Museum Admission

The prosperous Greenwood community of Tulsa Oklahoma was reduced to burning cinders in less than 24 hours by a jealous, ruthless white mob. Many participants had been dutifully deputized for the occasion. June 1, 1921 a day of utter infamy for both victims and survivors. The documentary captures the spirit of Black self-sufficiency and the relentless pursuit of Justice.

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Through the use of narratives, spoken word & dramatic scenes of rage, resistance and revelry, Tru Bone along with an ensemble will help you experience the deep hurt, the spiritual joy and the ultimate resolve of resistance!...underscored by African drums and vocalists. A  90 minute tour de force supported by a myriad mix of multi media of both sight & sound.


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