“What’s Up With the Brothers -From Marginalization to Empowerment” -, Feb. 17, Noon to 1pm
Dr. Whitney Stewart-Harris, Executive Director, Diversity and Multiculturalism Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
• Master of Ceremonies: Councilmember Melvin Carter III
@ City Hall/Courthouse - 15 W Kellogg Blvd, Saint Paul, MN (Lower Level - Room 40 A & B)
Black History Showcase - Feb 17
Featuring spoken word, dance, and r&b from Boom Box Music Group & Mama Brenda from Chicago, IL, PYC Steppers, Jayla Anderson, The Discovery Crew, Nakia Marie, Brandon Trevon, Chantel Winn, PYC Taiko Drummers, Wise Charter School African Drum and Dance. Feb. 17, 6:30, Adult $10, Student $5. @ Capri Theater 2027 W. Broadway N. Mpls.
Where Stars Are Born and Legends Are Made! - Feb 17
This year the students at Roseville Area High School have dedicated themselves to telling the story of the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem. The students intend to give the audience an opportunity to glance into the heart of America’s black community through the eyes of this world famous cultural institution. The Black History Month Performance will take place on Fri. Feb. 17 at 7pm in the Roseville Area High School Auditorium. It is free and open to the public. 1240 County Rd B2 W. Roseville, MN