This Morning on Taking It to The Streets


It’s Black History Month so let’s start off with a few events you should check out..

  • First you can see Civil Right Movement exhibits at the Newseum located at 555 Pennsylvania Ave in NW DC.   There are two exhibits you check out, they are the “1966: Civil Rights at 50” and “Make Some Noise: Students and the Civil Right Movement”
  • At the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, located at 901 G St NW, you can attended the 27th Annual Black Film Festival. On February 9th you can watch Stanley Nelson’s “The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution.
  • Tonight you can attend “Blacktivism: The New Generation” which it taking place at George Washington University’s School of Media & Public Affairs the second floor of the SMPA building at 805 21st NW, from 7 to 9pm. This event will look at the new generation of black activism and current experiences of black lives thought photography, multimedia pieces and artistic performances. Check my facebook page you register for this free event.

Link to register.


  • On Saturday George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic will be at the Howard Theatre for an 8pm show
  • Looking ahead, on Wednesday February 10th El Debarge will be at the Birchmere for at great night of music starting at 7:30
  • And then on Sunday, all eyes will be on the “Big Game” between, The Carolina Panthers lead by Cam Newton and the Payton Mannings, Denver Broncos.

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