TODAY (12/8), 6pm — Book Talk — Hubert Harrison, A Harlem Radical’s Struggle for Equality

  Hubert Harrison: A Harlem Radical’s Struggle for Equality Tuesday, Dec. 8, 6pm Register Here For This Event Join us to celebrate the publication of Hubert Harrison: The Struggle for Equality, 1918–1927, the final volume of Dr. Jeffrey B. Perry’s magisterial study of the once-forgotten figure known as the Father of Harlem Radicalism. […]

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As seen on TV: more on the Apollo Theater through oral history

Don’t be trying to half-step on us. If you half- step on us, we are going to let you know. You will not get any applause, we will boo you. Weaving together archival footage, music, comedy, and dance performances, #TheApolloDoc chronicles the unique history and contemporary legacy of the New York City landmark. The film […]

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Arthur Mitchell: a trailblazing exhibition for a trailblazing leader in American Dance

These are the last few days to see the Arthur Mitchell exhibition — closes March 11th! The highly anticipated exhibition, Arthur Mitchell: Harlem’s Ballet Trailblazer, launches January 12, 2018 with a reception at The Wallach Art Gallery at the Lenfest Center for the Arts. “I am a political activist through dance.” Curated by Lynn Garafola, Professor […]

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