Saturday, January 18th
7:30pm - 11:00pm
$10 plus $1.54 fee online, $12 at the door
Note: I usually keep events capped at $10 total, but sometimes make an exception, especially for arts, social justice and community events
The National Black United Front Black Arts Movement is a synthesis of cultural expression and community activism exploring painting, dance, spoken word, song and theatrical performances, artists share messages of political, economic and social justice. This show will feature: Kymone Freeman, The Flawed Logik Band, DJ 360 Degreez, LaKeisha Cox, Zsudayka Nzinga, Pierre Batchler. Also Feathers of Ma'at, Akua Benjamin, Davina McKoy, True Culture, Imani S., Taji-Hakim and more. Read more on the invite here.
Food provided by Tambra Raye of NativSol Kitchen
733 Euclid St, NW
Metro: Howard/Shaw and take a bus north along Georgia Ave up the hill to Euclid or Columbia Heights and walk about 15 minutes, take Irving to 11th or Sherman, turn right, left on Euclid