The Invisibles

The Invisibles is an effort to shed some light on the various "faces" of those who are homeless. It focuses on greater awareness of local homeless people, not casting blame or responsibility on those who are not.

May 14th | 7PM
"When you see me, what do you see?"
The Invisibles
May 14th | 7pm
May 14th | 7PM
The Invisibles
The History
of Jazz

The facilitator for this month's presentation is the World class saxophone/ flutist and educator, Hanah Jon Taylor. Taylor will present a lively and provocative program, "American Music in Transition: An Overview of Jazz Music from 1920 to the Present."

April 16, 2016
The History
of Jazz
April 16th | Mystery of Black History
April 16, 2016
The History
of Jazz
Vel Philips:
Dream Big Dreams

Discover how Vel Phillips rose to prominence as one of Wisconsin’s great civil rights activists, achieving an impressive lists of “firsts” as part of her legacy, including the first African American judge in Wisconsin and the first woman and African American in the nation elected to executive office in state government.

March 19, 2016
Vel Phillips:
Dream Big Dreams
March 19th | Mystery of Black History
March 19, 2016
Vel Philips:
Dream Big Dreams
UMOJA Black
History Covers
May 21
UMOJA Black
History Covers
May 21
UMOJA Black
History Covers
May 21 | Mystery of Black History

Umoja Magazine, published for 26 years by Milele C. Anan, features “Positive News with an Art Attitude.” It is “the original positive-news only magazine that serves as a link in the communication stream in a Village known as Madison.”

Buffalo Soldiers:
The Legacy

Chronicling the late 19th Century encounter between the U.S. calvary, many of whom were former slaves, Civil War veterans and nothern free men, and the indigenous people of the southwestern territories. This is a story of the cultural, as well as the personal actualizations of two different, yet very similar people.

Buffalo Soldiers:
The Legacy
Buffalo Soldiers:
The Legacy
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Richard Scott with his motorcycle

Prostate Cancer Awareness Motorcycle Ride

To raise awareness in the community about prostate cancer and its prominent position in the cause of death in the male population, Richard, Derrick Smith, ...
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UMJOA Magazine Cover

UMOJA Black History Covers

Mystery of Black History Series, May 21, 2016, Umoja Magazine Covers, 5-7:30 p.m., Urban League of Greater Madison, 2222 S. Park Street. Free and open ...
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The Invisibles Cast

The Invisibles – 2016

"When you see me, what do you see?" The Invisibles is a compilation of true stories shared by local community individuals ranging in ages from ...
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MYPLACE Invisibles Cast

M.Y.P.L.A.C.E.

Madison Youth Practicing Learning and Achieving Cultural Excellence is a program that collaborates with local people in music and theater ...
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Vel Philips

Mystery of Black History

When the system does not tell the truth about the Black Experience and the histories of other people of color, ...
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Buffalo Soldiers Cast

History of KOJO

KOJO Productions is a local theatrical production company that focuses on the growth and development of young people in our ...
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