It has been a great year for Women Who Jam! Our partnership with SESAC Atlanta has created immense opportunities for our associates and we want to give you a glimpse of what the year has been like! Come early, get a good seat and get a dose of “Girl-Power” from these Dynamic Divas! (Top L-R) Liz Yancy, A Lady Named Pearl, Alana Sanders, Kissie Lee, TwinSpirit, CandySoul, LaTosha Brown and Tomeka Tiller, plus we just added two surprise SESAC Guest appearances! It’s going to be a hot night, we hope you’ll share it with us! Dec 10th, 7PM at SESAC Atlanta!
Play Extended to December 15!
Bank Street Theater
155 Bank Street
Tickets: $35 || Call: 212.513.1080
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Written by Dominique Morisseau
Directed by Kamilah Forbes
With John Earl Jelks, Harvey Gardner Moore, and DeWanda Wise
East New York, Brooklyn. Nina’s estranged father, a former Black revolutionary, reappears to obtain a piece of her deceased Mother’s legacy. A powerful and honest story of one woman’s journey from a brutal existence to her own liberation, Sunset Baby is an energetic, daring look at the point where the personal and political collide.
Black Folk Don’t Season 3.0 Returns December 2nd
Join new voices in new debates about Black identity
See more at: http://blackpublicmedia.org
Tracy Chapman wrote and sang this dedication to Nelson Mandela.
He changed the world on our path to freedom.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights; BE FREE
Monday, December 9 at 6:30 p.m.
Harriet Tubman: When I Crossed That Line to Freedom
Noted composer and librettist Nkeiru Okoye, a native New Yorker of African-American and Nigerian descent, presents scenes from her new folk opera, Harriet Tubman: When I Crossed That Line to Freedom, which tells the personal story of the legendary Underground Railroad conductor. The performance features a string quintet from the Harlem Chamber Players. Get Tickets
Monday, December 16 at 7 p.m.
HFR Conversations: The Solution
Harlem’s Fashion Row (HFR) is back with the final installment of its 2013 HFR Conversations series, which has previously featured fashion notables such as June Ambrose, Harriette Cole, and Stephen Burrows. As the end of the year approaches, HFR would like to culminate with a review of diversity issues within the fashion industry and highlight an exclusive panel of guests who have created solutions. The evening will end with an opportunity to network with a diverse audience of progressive individuals inspired to affect change. Free! Register