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April 25 – May 8, 2019
 
 
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400 Years of Perseverance Commemoration

The Association for the Study of African American Life and History website includes an exhaustive list of events for the 400th Commemoration of the arrival of Africans in the first permanent English Colony in North America scheduled for various parts of the country.
 
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Slavery to Freedom Bus Tour – Alexandria, VA

The Alexandria Black History Museum is conducting its second Slavery to Freedom Tour Saturday, April 27. The six–hour tour starts at 10a.
 
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Morehouse College to Admit Transgender Men in 2020

The nation's only historically Black all–men's school will begin admitting transgender students who identify as men in Fall 2020.
 
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Law Enacted to Recognize Ethnic Ainu Minority as Indigenous People

The Ainu or the Aynu are an indigenous people of Japan and Russia. Many Ainu have been completely assimilated into Japanese society and have no knowledge of their ancestry.
 
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Ujamaa School Celebrates 51 Years

"I would like for (my children) to continue the school, but I don't plan to retire," says Dr. El Senzengakulu. "There is no retirement for a freedom fighter or liberator," he continued.
 
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Les Deux Noirs: Notes on Notes of a Native

While "Native Son" is very harrowing, the world premiere of "Les Deux Noirs (The Two Blacks): Notes on Notes of a Native Son" at Mosaic Theater is more explanatory and entertaining.
 
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Activities

Steel Pans & Poetry in Clinton, MD and a dinner/play at the ArtHouse in Gary, IN to Janet Langhart Cohen's Anne & Emmett in Baltimore and The Business Of Photography Conference in Lagos, there are artistic, nature-oriented, and many other things to do to enjoy life alone or with others. Port Of Harlem plans to attend the event honoring Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II at the Library of Congress.
 
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Readers' Trends

Dr. Wendy A. Okolo, an Aerospace Research Engineer at NASA, was the runaway led story on our Facebook page. The review of "Native Son" topped the list of clicked articles from the last issue. And Gibbs' and our The Art of Natural Hair issue remain perennial top attractions on our website and Pinterest, respectively.
 
 
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