Black History Month Celebration

I’m hosting a Black History Month Awards Reception and Arts Exhibit in coordination with State Senator Adriano Espaillat. The event will take place at the Fortune Society’s Castle Gardens (625 West 140th Street) on February 24th from 6pm to 8pm.

The reception is also the opening night of a 30 day art exhibit entitled: Freedom Now--The Pursuit of Justice for All: The Black Power Movement and Women in the Movement for Justice.


February 24, 2015 at 6pm - 8pm
The Fortune Society’s Castle Gardens
625 W 140th St
New York, NY 10031
United States
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Sabine Franklin · · 212-928-6814
Natalia Garcia John Mangan Mark Dooley Nancy Johnson Gillian Rogers Rogers Bruce Lincoln Carmen Quinones Kim Austin Benjamin Warnke Deborah Levine RoseAnn Hermann Julien Terrell Elder Antionettea Etienne Joyce S Johnson

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