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Annual Commemoration of the Birth of el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz (Malcolm X)
Friday, May 19 at 6:00 PM

Our annual commemoration of the birth of el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz (Malcolm X) will explore his legacy as it directly reflects Black America today. Join us as we celebrate his life through spoken word, a live dance performance, and messages of admiration from the community. Enjoy a pop-up display showcasing some of the work of Malcolm X, archived at the Schomburg Center.

@SchomburgCenter #MalcolmXBirthday

Free! Register 


Black Power 50 Multimedia Harlem Walking Tour
Saturday, May 20 at 11:00 AM

Showcasing Harlem sites associated with the Black Power and Civil Rights movements beginning in the 1960s through present day, this tour is an educational and entertaining field experience to complement our Black Power! exhibition, which explores the Black Power movement.

@SchomburgCenter#BlackPowerTour

(Pictured: “UNIA Parade, organized in Harlem, 1920,” Photographs and Prints Division, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture)

Please be advised that registration for this program is closed and we are no longer accepting RSVPs. You are welcome to join the waitlist for this program by visiting our eventbrite page.  ​


Between The Lines: “The Wide Circumference of Love” by Marita Golden
Tuesday, May 23 at 6:30 PM

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, we are proud to present a compelling conversation between critically acclaimed author Marita Golden and Benilde Little about Alzheimer’s Disease, family, and Golden’s new book The Wide Circumference of Love.

In The Wide Circumference of Love, Golden explores the unsettling effects of Alzheimer’s disease on an African-American family caring for their ailing patriarch while navigating an uncertain future. Little is a former Senior Editor of Essence and author of the “momoir,” Welcome to My Breakdown).

A book signing will follow.

Watch on livestream.

@SchomburgCenter #WideCircumferenceofLove

Free! Register

Education at the Schomburg
15th Annual Junior Scholars Youth Summit: The Black Psyche
Saturday, May 13 at 10:00 AM

Join the Schomburg Junior Scholars Program as we celebrate 15 years of historical literacy, creativity, and activism at our annual youth summit entitled, The Black Psyche. This multimedia event reflects our yearlong study of black history and culture. The daylong program is filled with youth-led projects in theater, spoken word, video production, media, visual arts, photography, and comic book art.

@SchomburgCenter #JSPYouthSummit

Free! Register 

Power in Print
On view beginning May 18 in the Latimer/Edison Gallery

Power in Print explores the art of the Black Power movement poster, showcasing a variety of aesthetics, styles, and messaging strategies. This collection-based exhibition pulls together dozens of posters from the Schomburg Center’s Art and Artifacts Division. The display also includes a selection of iconic imagery by artist, designer, and former Minister of Culture of the Black Panther Party, Emory Douglas. Both at the time and in our historical memory, Douglas’s designs came to visually communicate the ideals of Black Power and the political stances of the Black Panther Party.

For more information, visit our website.

#PowerinPrint


Black Power!
Currently on view in the Main Exhibition Hall

In the first of two onsite Black Power 50 exhibitions celebrating 50 years of the Black Power movement, Black Power! examines the concept introduced by Stokely Carmichael and fellow Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) worker Willie Ricks in June 1966.

A visual history told through 115 images including photographs and posters, 55 documents and material culture including correspondence, flyers, newsletters, buttons, and other archival material, and documentary video featuring footage from the era, clips from Blaxploitation films, and music, Black Power! explores the multiform and ideologically diverse movement that shaped black consciousness and identity and left an immense legacy that continues to inform the contemporary American landscape.

For more information, visit our website.

#BlackPower50


Revisiting Rebellion: Nat Turner in the American Imagination
[Digital Exhibition]

The Lapidus Center for the Historical Analysis of Transatlantic Slavery and the American Antiquarian Society have partnered to create a digital exhibition on Nat Turner. Using print and manuscript collections at the the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and the American Antiquarian Society, this exhibition explores portrayals of Turner in both the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

To view the exhibition, click here.

News and Notes
Listen Up! New Podcasts from the Lapidus Center

The intertwined histories of African and Native American slaveries in New England and the wider Atlantic; the lives of Afro-Iberians sailors, soldiers, travelers, and traders in the Spanish Empire; “Post-emancipation Barbadian Emigrants in Pursuit of Freedom, Citizenship, and Nationhood in Liberia, 1834-1912;” Literary treatments of law, judgment, representation, and slavery in British and American fiction of the 18th and early 19th centuries; The relationship between Native Americans and the American antislavery movement from the 1820s through the 1850s; How the slave trade is taught in school; The importance of cities in the history of slavery; and the writing of biographies, and MORE!

Visit our website to listen to the entire series featuring exclusive interviews with our visiting scholars of the Schomburg Center’s Lapidus Center for the Historical Analysis of Transatlantic Slavery as they share their knowledge and passions.


Presenting…The Black Power Resource Guide

Amanda Belantara, Schomburg Center Pre-Professional in the Jean Blackwell Hutson Research and Reference Division, writes about our new Black Power Resource Guide, an essential guide inspired by our Black Power! exhibition and culled from library resources that commemorate the Black Power movement.

Visit our website to read the entire post.


New Federal Theatre: A Brief History

Partially inspired by the Schomburg Center’s collections, the New York Public Library’s latest blog post highlights the New Federal Theatre Theatre, an iconic performance space for many widely recognized African-American actors, directors, and playwrights.

Read the entire post here.

Schomburg Center programs and exhibitions are supported in part by the City of New York; the State of New York; the New York City Council Black, Latino and Asian Caucus; the New York State Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic and Asian Legislative Caucus; the Rockefeller Foundation Endowment for the Performing Arts; and the Annie E. and Sarah L. Delany Charitable Trusts.

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May 17, 2017 - Posted by | ART, avant-garde, CULTURE, LIFESTYLES, Uncategorized, We Recommend | , , ,

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