Commemorate Black History & Culture Day

Feb 28, 05:42 PM
Ujamaa Place invited the community to "Commemorate Black History & Culture Day" at the George Latimer Library in partnership with Saint Paul Public Library in celebration of its 10 years of service to its men and the community.   

Celebrate Black History & Culture Exhibit 2020 Program
*Program subject to change without notice.
12:00noon- 12:30 Welcome / Introduction
12:30am - 2:00pm
Author's Loft + Music & Art Exhibition
Local Black authors will be featured.  Authors will autograph all books purchased.
"Hope in the Struggle" by Dr. Josie R. Johnson Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
"Towards An African Education" by Professor Mahmoud El-Kati Publisher: In Black Ink
"Diesel Heart" by Melvin Carter, Jr. Publisher: MN Historical Society Press

Music & Art Exhibition:
Ujamaa Place "Music Therapy"
Take a "Music Therapy" class with Ujamaa Men facilitated by the "Behavior Health & Wellness" team Darnell Baker and Faith Lofton and Housing Coach, Keith Nance, who is a talented musician.  DJ Roosevelt Mansfield, Ujamaa youth coach, will be on the 1s and 2s.
"Philando Castile Art in Healing" exhibit and discussion with Ujamaa men facilitated by Valerie Castile featuring artists who healed the community after the death of her son.
Ujamaa Podcast: "A Black Man's Sketch" will be recorded LIVE.

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