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, and Pia Kinney-James organized a ride in September of 2015 to help the community take action and
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 to the public.
The first “Remember to Believe” Youth Summits took place in 2011-12. A book, Remember to Believe, resulted from the summits.
M.Y.P.L.A.C.E. – Madison Youth Practicing Learning and Achieving Cultural Excellence – is a program that collaborates with the community to produce music and theater with an emphasis on social justice.
“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 10 years to mid-60s as well as from various social and ethnic backgrounds.
April 16, The History of Jazz, Hanah Jon Taylor The facilitator for this month’s presentation is the World class saxophone/ flutist and educator, Hanah Jon Taylor.
“A Play about Human Dignity” Buffalo Soldiers: The Legacy, by playwright Richard Scott, is an original work that depicts the struggles and triumphs of the African American men of the 9th U.S. Cavalry circa 1869.
KOJO Productions is a local theatrical production company that focuses on the growth and development of young people in our community.