By Yolande Brener
Imagining America is a consortium of universities dedicated to civic engagement in the arts. As part of Harlem Advocacy Week, which ran from October 1 to October 7, I attended Imagining America’s tour of Harlem’s Cultural Jewels. Continue reading
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The Lottery, A film by Madeleine Sackler
Saturday, April 10, 2010 – 1 p.m.
The Schomburg Center invites parents and educators to this exclusive community screening of The Lottery, a feature-length documentary that delves into the ferocious debate surrounding the education reform movement. Continue reading
It’s Black History Month and We’re Loving It!
The Schomburg Center has an exciting month of activities for you and your family to see and enjoy! We look forward to seeing you this month!
Opera aficionados don’t miss Opera at the Schomburg on February 1 and Jazz fans come on in for James Carter on February 8 and Wycliffe Gordon and Eric Reed on February 22. Continue reading
The Schomburg Center presents a new film series dedicated to the 2008 commemoration of the Bicentennial of the American Abolition of the Transatlantic Slave Trade. The series will focus on Resistance and Revolt in the African Diaspora. Screenings will be held on selected Saturdays starting September 27 through November 15. Free admission. First come, first served. Continue reading