Spirit & Mind
Create, share, and inspire at the Drop the Mic on Health: Performance Slam 2016. This multimedia health infomercial performance contest is open to all forms of drama, dance, song, spoken word, mime, music, video, audio, and step. Sponsored by the Communities of Harlem Health Revival, there will be prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place!
The New Heritage Theatre Group is proud to collaborate with the Eastern Mediterranean Business Culture Alliance, The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, and the Harlem Music Fest in co-presenting an extraordinary experience of the musical style of the blues.
Join the Teachers College Black Student Network for their's 7th Annual Diversity in Research and Practice Conference. The theme of this year's conference will be "The Power of Representation in an Era of Invisibility." Keynote address will be presented by Dr. David E.
Moving For Life offers dance exercise classes around NYC for people challenged by cancer and other serious illnesses, including obesity and diabetes. This year they are pleased to announce a new class designed specifically for women with disabilities. For a full list of classes, lectures, and events, please view the attached file for their Spring 2016 classes.
The Women's Press Collective presents: International Women's Day Celebration 2016! This celebration is hosted by the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church to benefit Women's Press Collective's free-of-charge Publication Benefit Program for members.
Take part in this one-of-a-kind Black History Month celebration honoring W.E.B. DuBois. African-American sociologist, historian, civil rights activist, Pan-Africanist, author, and editor, DuBois was the first African American to earn a doctorate at Harvard.
In 'Tappin' Thru Life', Broadway legend Maurice Hines taps us through his incredible career in show business in this song and dance celebration.