Telling the Story of COVID-19 and Eviction

The Margaret Walker Center at Jackson State University will host a conversation on "Telling the Story of COVID-19 and Eviction" with Bracey Harris, NBC News, and Nick Judin, Mississippi Free

Media … The Power of the Press

Join Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site Cultural Resource Division final summer virtual workshop on the Power of the Press. In this presentation, Retired Broadcast Journalist Barbara Mays, will demonstrate and provide

Virtual Screening: Afrikan by Way of American

Afrikan by Way of American will be screened virtually on August 20th, 21st and 22nd 6pm each night. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Please click this link to watch.

Webinar: Communities for Immunity Informational

For those who were unable to attend last week’s session, a follow up webinar will be held on Tuesday, August 24, at 3PM EDT. Communities for Immunity is an initiative supporting

Register: Module 6 of the Museum Learning Hub: Podcasts

Description: Has your museum considered making a podcast? Podcasting can help small museums engage with the public, educate, entertain, and make connections to collections, creators, and diverse audiences in a cost-effective

Colors of Film: Introduction to Media Literacy Workshop

Colors of Film is a four-part media literacy workshop that uses film to help participants develop the skills necessary to become informed consumers of media. This series uses a humanities framework

Webinar: Understanding Climate Change

Are you eager to tackle climate issues but not sure where to start? This workshop provides clarity of definitions and terminology, describes climate concepts and outlines various strategies to address

Opening Reception: Brave Spaces

Sebrof-Forbes Cultural Arts Center is pleased to present the exhibition Brave Spaces, on view from September 25th - November 6th, 2021. The opening reception is September 25th 4pm to 7pm. Organized and curated

Building Your Future in a Changing Museum World

Museums are powered by professionals with wide-ranging backgrounds—from historians and scientists to accountants, attorneys, computer programmers, and graphic designers. Join staff members from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) and