Malcolm X Remembered

Virtual Zoom Event

Author and scholar Saladin Ambar, professor of political science and senior scholar at the Center on the American Governor at the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, is joined in conversation with the Reverend Lukata Mjumbe, pastor of the historic Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church of Princeton,. to explore the life and legacy of […]

AAPI Curriculum Mandated by NJ Lawmakers. . . Now What?

Virtual Zoom Event

Public education's central role in reversing the discrimination & cultural erasure of Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders. We’ve been here before... with mixed results.This panel discussion addresses key issues:● Diversity within the AAPI Community● Historic Roots & Pandemic Exacerbation of AAPI Discrimination● Common Myths & Misconceptions● Why AAPI students need Social-Emotional-Learning now more than ever● […]

The Meaning of Freedom in Jazz from Duke Ellington to Jon Batiste

Congregation Beth Chaim 329 Village Road E, Princeton Junction, NJ

Richard Eland is making his jazz presentation at Congregation Beth Chaim on May 22 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  Bagels, cream cheese, and beverages will be provided at the in-person event.  The presentation will also be on Zoom.  Click here to register.  For more information, email bethchaimrj@gmail.com

The Lost Souls Public Memorial Project’s 5th Annual Recitation

East Brunswick Community Arts Center 721 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick, NJ

The Lost Souls Public Memorial Project’s 5th Annual Recitation,May 22, 2022 from 4pm-6pm at the Community Arts Center,721 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick, NJ Join us in person as we honor the Lost Souls through live performances, including African Drumming, Dance, Spoken Word and a Special Libation Ceremony.  As in previous years, the names of the […]

Discussion of Libertie: A Novel, by Kaitlyn Greenidge

This virtual session (via Google Meet) of the Historical Fiction Book Group will feature discussion of Libertie: A Novel, "a coming of age story, tracing the travails of a free-born Black girl raised in Reconstruction-era Brooklyn" by Kaitlyn Greenidge, with Dr. Wes Alcenat, Assistant Professor of History, Fordham University. . Virtual - Google Meet. Click […]

Skills Developed by a Free Hunterdon County Black Man: 1754-1836

Virtual Zoom Event

Local historian, Larry Kidder, shares the story of Jacob Francis, who was born free in Amwell Township, served as an indentured servant to age 21, served in the Continental Army – including the Battle of Trenton – and New Jersey militia, then established himself against all odds as a successful farmer. He interacted with many […]

Indigenizing the National Parks

Virtual Zoom Event

Marking the 150th anniversary of Yellowstone National Park, "Native Organizers Alliance invites you to join a 1-hour Zoom webinar discussion on Yellowstone National Park’s true history, what the future of the park could look like with the inclusion of Indigenous voices and traditional ecological knowledge, and how we can utilize this anniversary to catapult change […]

Police Accountability Now: The Black Case Faith for Police Accountability

Salvation and Social Justice and partners (Greater Mount Zion AME Church, Trenton, NJ, Rev. Dr. Charles F. Boyer, New Brunswick area NAACP, Shiloh Baptist Church, Trenton, NJ, Rev. Dr. Darrell L. Armstrong, Christ Temple Baptist Church, Paterson, NJ, Dr. Weldon M. McWilliams IV, Tabernacle Baptist Church, Burlington, NJ, Rev. Corey Jones) will discuss incidents involving […]

Princeton Public Schools Community-wide Strategic Planning Community Forum

Virtual Zoom Event

The second community forum about Princeton Public Schools’ (PPS) strategic planning will be held on Tuesday, May 31, 7 to 8:30 p.m.  Zoom information is below.  The aim of the PPS Strategic Plan is to align all stakeholders on a shared vision, common goals, and unified direction for the district’s educational efforts. Please join this […]

African American Museum of Bucks County Community Gathering Brunch: Building Our Dream

First Baptist Church of Langhorne 215 E. Richardson Avenue, Langhorne, PA

African American Museum of Bucks County(AAMBC) Please join us for brunch and hear the latest news on the AAMBC. • Status update on our new home at Boone Farm in Middletown Township• Our newest in-person and virtual programs in the community• An opportunity to meet and mingle with our Board of Directors• Guest speaker: Margaret […]

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