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Maisha Moses at the 4th Annual Pan African Studies Forum
University News and Events
May 30 - Is a Good Man Hard to Find? - CSULA Housing Lounge
CSULA Black Student Union & Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. presents “Is a Good Man Hard to Find?”: An intimate discussion on dating and relationships
June 16 - 26th Annual Celebration of Black Graduates - Long Beach Civic Auditorium
Come out to celebrate with Cal Sate LA at their annual clebration of Black graduates.
2011 African Vibes magazine's I Wear African fashion show in Los Angeles
May 25 - Spending A Little Time With Poetry on location taping - Farm Cuisine Restaurarnt
The Theme of the Program will be about "Joy Of Life and Nature" The entertainment will consist of: Magician: Adonish, Comedian: Grace Fraga, Vocalist: Lady MC "D", Musician: Steve McGill, 12 International Poets from the Poetry Community
"Spending A Llittle Time With Poetry" is seen on public access cable TV channel # 32 in Pasadena, Altadena, San Gabriel Area and all around the world on the internet.
June 8 – Black Angels Over Tuskegee – Wilshire Ebell Theatre
June 15 to 16 - Juneteenth Heritage Festival - Leimert Park
10am to 6pm each day in Leimert Park, Degnan & 43rd Street, Los Angeles. Come out to the 4th annual Juneteenth Heritage Festival.
For more information see the event's website
Community Events Cont...
September 27 to 29 - Ankara Festival and African Fashion Show - Avalon Hollywood
This year will featuring Young African fashion designers based all around the United States with their Exotic models on RUN-WAY. Venue: Avalon Hollywood, 1735 Vine Street, Los Angeles
Advance tickets and information at ankarafestla.com
May 17 – June 2 - Fraternity - Nate Holden Performing Arts Center
Three weeks after Dr. King’s seminal “I Have A Dream” speech, a bomb destroyed an Alabama church, murdering four young girls and shattering the dream that had inspired so many. Set in a Private club in 1987, Jeff Stetson’s “Fraternity” explores the journeys of seven successful black community leaders whose lives were forever affected by that tragedy. It examines what happens to those who seek power, privilege and inclusion, while abandoning the sacrifices that made their success possible.
Web Address: www.ebonyrep.org
May 21 – June 30 - The Scottsboro Boys - Ahmanson Theatre
The Scottsboro Boys will have you tapping your toes and screaming for justice as the tables are turned on one of the most infamous events in American history: nine African American men accused of a crime they did not commit.
Isaiah Washington at the 3rd Annual Pan African Studies Forum
Volunteers for the Leimert Park Village African Art & Music Festival
Ghanaian hip hop artist Sarkodie performing in Los Angeles