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PECO Multicultural Series at Penn’s Landing

PECO Multicultural Series at Penn’s Landing

A series of festivals that celebrate the city’s diversity all summer long You don’t have to go overseas for a taste of all the world cultures that make Philadelphia such a diverse and interesting city. Just head over to Penn’s Landing for its PECO Multicultural Series, a succession of outdoor festivals that celebrate cultural traditions […]

PBS Announces Programming Line-Up for 2012 Black History Month

PBS Announces Programming Line-Up for 2012 Black History Month Commemoration  -New specials include a story of the UNDERGROUND RAILROAD and, fromINDEPENDENT LENS, an intimate look at “Daisy Bates: The First Lady of Little Rock,” a collection of interviews called “Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975” and a filmmaker’s cross country campaign  in “More Than a Month”– -Schedule also features 2012 Sundance Film Festival selection SLAVERY […]

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Henry Ossawa Tanner

The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphian will exhibit works of Henry Ossawa Tanner from January 28 – April 15, 2012

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MLK’s Last Speech

The last speech of Dr. Martin Luther King.

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A Conversation About Blacks in Dance with Joan Meyers Brown

January 9th 6-8 pm Book Signing The African American Museum and The Literary Cafe Present a conversation about blacks in dance with Joan Meyers Brown, Founder PHILADANCO Dance Company and Brenda Dixon Gottschild Location: 7th and Arch St. free and open to the public for more information call 215-878-BOOK

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Joan Myers Brown of Philadanco! Dance Company

Nuevotec’s Jessica Hannah talks with Joan Myers Brown, founder of the Philadelphia Dance Company (Philadanco!) and the Philadelphia School of Dance Arts.

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