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Black History Month 2011 in Philadelphia z bloga użytkownika Aaron Smith

Those yearning for something different can plunge into special features offered during Black History Month. There is no one way to celebrate Black History Month in Philadelphia since so many options abound:

Now Mon, Feb 28: 28 Days, 28 Icons showing at Ted's Gallery in the Kanbar Campus Center at Philadelphia University, 4201 Henry Avenue in Northwest Philadelphia. Student Development Programs and the Black Student Union are sponsoring 28 notable figures in history and their contemporaries in pop culture and academia along with a music exhibit representing the panoramic history of African American musical contributions to the nation and the world.

Now Mon, Feb. 28: The "Breaking Barriers Show" invites visitors to the National Constitution Center to examine the lives of Thurgood Marshall, Bessie Coleman, Jackie Robinson, and other extraordinary African Americans from 1700s to 1900s. on Sunday show how one individual's civic actions can affect a nation. These regular shows are free with the museum admission fee. Teachers can book an extended version of the show in advance along with a workshop for school groups or bring a traveling version to their schools.

Now Mon, Feb. 28: "Decoding the Document: Emancipation Proclamation" gives visitors a closer look at Dt5FW6a9x the a rare printing of the Emancipation Proclamation, signed by Pres. Abraham Lincoln and promotes interactive learning about its history, the Civil War, and the 13th, 14thand 15thamendments to the Constitution. on Sunday at the National Constitution Center, 525 Arch Street on Independence Mall in Old City Philadelphia. It is free with the museum admission fee.

Now Mon, Feb. military from the Revolutionary War through WWII in connection with the "Art of the American Soldier" exhibition. on Sunday at the National Constitution Center, 525 Arch Street on Independence Mall in Old City Philadelphia.

Now Mon, Feb. Constitution and local artifacts. This is free cheap soccer jerseys with the museum admission fee at the National Constitution Center, 525 Arch Street on Independence Mall in Old City Philadelphia.

Now Mon, Feb. 28: "Giant Board Game" in the Grand Lobby allow visitors to test their knowledge of black history, while competing to see who can make it to the finish line. Check the visitor guide for times, which vary daily. This program is free with the museum admission at the National Constitution Center, 525 Arch Street on Independence Mall in Old City Philadelphia.

Wed, Feb. This workshop is hosted by The Temple Chapter of the Philadelphia Black Pubic Relations Society at the Howard Gittis Student Center, at Montgomery Avenue and 13th Street on Temple's campus in North Philadelphia. For info: visit the Black in the Boardroom Facebook page.

Thurs, Feb. in the Kanbar Campus Center Performance Space at Philadelphia University, 4201 Henry Avenue in Northwest Philadelphia. Student Development Programs and the School of Liberal Arts are sponsoring this event.

Thursdays, Feb. 3, 10, 17, and 24: African American Movie Afternoons in the Logan Branch cheap nfl jerseys china of the Philadelphia Free Library at 1333 Wagner Avenue in Philadelphia, screen family friendly films about a boy who travels back in time to see black history come alive and more.

Fri, Feb. 4: Free African Folktales Hip Hop Dance Party with Swarthmore's own African Dancer/Educator Jeannine Osayande of Dunya Performing Arts and TCLR Satya Nelms. This is an interactive program of story, dance, and song from Africa to the grooves of Hip Hop. and is open to the public and recommended for youth ages 6 10.

Fri, Feb. 4 Sat, Feb. 5: Danse4Nia Repertory Ensemble presents "Celebrating the BeginningFinding the Purpose!,"contemporary modern dance for its annual Black History Month Concert at Conwell Dance Theatre, 1801 North Broad Street on Temple's campus in North Philadelphia. Performances by Nia Next, the apprentice company are also featured. General admission is $25 per person, $15 for students and seniors with ID, $10 for dance professionals with ID, $5 for Temple University students with OwlCard, and $20 per person for groups of 10 or more.The film tells the story of the 92nd Buffalo Division, an African American combat unity that fought with heroism in Italy during WWII. cheap mlb jerseys It discusses the fight against the Nazis and racism, friendships forged with Italian partisan fighters and villagers, and the experiences of Medal of Honor winner Vernon Baker, the last surviving soldier from the unit. http://rumodels.com/models/event/710
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