Following the success of Black History at New York City Opera, last season’s inaugural series of events co-presented by New York City Opera and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, City Opera returns to the Schomburg Center … Continue reading
Monday & Tuesday, October 5th & 6th
3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
EDUCATOR OPEN HOUSE
Courage Exhibitions Open House for Educators & Administrators
School teachers and college faculty are invited to come in for exclusive tours of the exhibitions and to learn more about incorporating the Schomburg Center’s vast collections into their curriculum for the coming academic year. To RSVP please call (212) 491-2234 or email email@example.com. Free materials available when you show your school, district, or youth organization I.D.
Duke Ellington in Harlem
In the spirit of Duke Ellington, take the A Train to Harlem and exlpore Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill once home to many jazz and literary greats o the Harlem Renaissance, stroll down to Central Harlem-Strivers Row, Jazz Hall of Fame, then on to the Schomburg Center. Continue reading
Monday, May 12, 2008
Black Liberation Theology is a product of the black power movement of the 1960s. It provides the moral, ethical, and social foundations of black churches that share a social justice mission and traces its roots back to the original theology of Jesus Christ. This forum presents a comprehensive survey of the origins, nature, character, and practice of Black Liberation Theology. This conversation is moderated by Rev. Dr. M. William Howard, Jr., Pastor of Bethany Baptist Church, and features guest speakers Dr. James H. Cone, the Charles A. Briggs Distinguished Professor, Union Theological Seminary; Dr. Dwight N. Hopkins, Professor of Theology, The University of Chicago Divinity School; Dr. Obery Hendricks, Professor of Biblical Interpretation, New York Theological Seminary; Rev. Dr. Calvin O. Butts, III, Pastor, Abyssinian Baptist Church; and Rev. Dr. James A. Forbes, Jr., Senior Minister Emeritus of The Riverside Church, and other guests.
Tickets: $10. For ticket charge, call The Schomburg Shop at (212) 491-2206.
For webcast information, visit schomburgcenter.org/blacktheology.