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Dance Project keeps dancers moving forward

August 21, 2020

Dance Project’s Fall 2020 classes will keep dancers moving forward, engaging the whole student with a focus on wellness and building community through dance. Kids, teens, and adults can expect live, online classes with our top-notch instructors, active creativity, and a nurturing space in which to learn, grow, and connect. There will be two seven-week […]

Artist’s work to be part of Smithsonian exhibit

August 13, 2020

A justice art portrait of George Perry Floyd, Jr., painted in the aftermath of Downtown Greensboro and national street protests of his Minneapolis police murder will become a part of a permanent exhibition at Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. In a temporary exhibition area of other justice art […]

Afrique’s Lilies in Full Bloom

August 6, 2020

In full bloom are some summer lilies from Peacemaker Editor Afrique’s garden. We hope they help brighten your week.

An enjoyable way to beat the heat

July 31, 2020

Children and adults gathered at Warnersville Recreation Center to for some much-needed relief from the heat. Local firefighters brought out the fire truck and created a “pop-up sprayground”. Children danced with delight and socially distanced from others as a torrent of simulated rain soaked them from head to toe. Greensboro City Parks and Recreation and […]

Summer Arts Institute Adapts to Virtual Environment

July 24, 2020

The Summer Arts Institute is going virtual. Guilford County Schools has partnered with local organizations to offer virtual and in-person camps in visual arts, jazz, guitar, piano, harp, poetry and writing. Highlights include Poetry Basketball, which allows kids in grades 3 through 5 to learn about poetry, reading, grammar, proper formation of sentences and more […]

Streaming On Disney Plus: Hamilton

July 17, 2020

If history classes were this entertaining, there would be lines around the block to get in. For many, Hamilton is an enigma. It was the toast of Broadway. Attention-grabbing scenes were performed during the Tony Awards Show. But if you weren’t willing to spend a fortune for tickets, you‘ve probably never seen this groundbreaking musical. […]

On Netflix: Da 5 Bloods

July 10, 2020

Da 5 Bloods has the potential to be a timely, thoughtful allegory. They fought together in Vietnam decades ago. Now they’re headed back to Nam to retrieve the body of their fallen commanding officer (Chadwick Boseman, Black Panther) and hunt for a pile of gold. The vets share a brotherly love: Paul (Delroy Lindo, Malcolm […]

New Film: Let the People Decide

July 1, 2020

Kicking off our Toward Freedom, President’s Series, NC NAACP is pleased to host a FREE screening of the award winning film, “Let the People Decide.” Register free, to access link to screen the eye-opening documentary, “Let the People Decide” now, and get your zoom link to join our panel discussion with NC NAACP President, voting […]

Movies On Demand: Miss Juneteenth

June 19, 2020

A small Black neighborhood in the Fort Worth, Texas metro area. A former teenage beauty queen whose opportunities never panned out. It’s a microcosm. A blip on the radar. Just big enough to provide strong underpinnings for an earnest character-driven story. Juneteenth, aka Freedom Day, Jubilee Day or the Black Fourth of July, is an […]

Now On Netflix: There’s Something in the Water

June 12, 2020

They’re making a lot of noise up in Nova Scotia. Local activists of African and Native American descent are holding big businesses and the government accountable for polluting their water and causing an uptick in cancer cases. They’re sounding the alarm and applying pressure. The surprising but very worthy champion of their efforts to expose […]

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