Category Archives: Black Arts & Theatre

Bring Your A Game pt. 1 – 3


       

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“We Are The Drum” Wisconsin’s Largest Black History Program


Wisconsin’s Largest Black History Program
This year’s “We Are Drum” auditions will be held once again at North Division High School.
Contact: Camesha Mullner
camesha@capitaproductions.org
414.429.6573
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MLK Memorial Still Brews in Controversy for Building with Chinese Workers


The original post form “Your Black World” July 2011 article. I think it is an outrage that the MLK Memorial looks Asian, appears angry, and is minus African American workers or artists!!

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Hidden Colors Documentary – Free Public Viewing


Hidden Colors Documentary – Free Public Viewing (NBUF)
Saturday, August 13 • 4:00pm – 7:00pm
7717 West Good Hope Road , Milwaukee, WI
Alkebulan Village Society
Hidden Colors is a groundbreaking documentary about the real and untold history of people of color around the globe. This film will discuss some of the reasons why the contributions of African and aboriginal people have been left out of the pages of history.
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