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01 Jul

July 1, 2020 To July 31, 2020

12:00 am To 12:00 am

Black Cultural Events has been on an exciting journey – bringing the best of our culture and community directly to you. You have told us over the years how much you appreciate our weekly newsletter and have encouraged us to “keep up the good work!”  We thank you for the love… Read more…

06 Jul

Virtual Camp PDT

July 6, 2020 To July 17, 2020

10:00 am To 12:00 pm

School’s out, but the learning continues! When mapping out your summer activities, aside from the park visits and popsicles by the pool, make sure Black Girls CODE’s Summer Camp experience falls on the list. Read more…

11 Jul

Online via Zoom

July 11, 2020 To August 8, 2020

11:00 am To 3:00 pm

Mark your calendars for the Summer 2020 Session of Music 4LA at the White Hall Arts Academy!  Choose from piano, guitar, violin, drums, singing stage performance and dance lab for children ages 4-17, ending with a showcase on August 8. Read more…

16 Jul

Online via YouTube or Facebook

July 16, 2020 To July 16, 2020

6:00 pm To 8:00 pm

IAMA Theatre Company has partnered with Ammunition Theatre Company (AMMO) to present the Pass the Mic Festival, a live-streamed event to amplify Black voices and raise funds for BLD PWR and Color of Change. Read more…

20 Jul

Online - 8:00PM Eastern

July 20, 2020 To July 27, 2020

5:00 pm To 6:00 pm

Every Monday the Every Black Entrepreneurship Mastermind holds meetings to read and discuss books to learn about entrepreneurship and to network with like minded individuals from around the world. Read more…

21 Jul

Online - 7:30PM Eastern

July 21, 2020 To August 4, 2020

4:30 pm To 5:30 pm

A class for all! Come and enjoy this African dance class that infuses contemporary dance with traditional moves. Students will enjoy Urban Afrobeat steps infused with traditional West African, Hip Hop, Jazz, Funk and Dancehall. Read more…

25 Jul

Online / 5:00 PM Eastern

July 25, 2020 To July 25, 2020

2:00 pm To 3:30 pm

Though they come from different eras, jazz composer Sun Ra and filmmaker Ryan Coogler, both express imagination and invention in their artforms by using technology and Afrofuturist philosophy. Read more…

01 Aug

Online all the time

August 1, 2020 To August 31, 2020

Black Cultural Events has been on an exciting journey – bringing the best of our culture and community directly to you. You have told us over the years how much you appreciate our weekly newsletter and have encouraged us to “keep up the good work!”  We thank you for the love… Read more…

Latest News

Black Cultural Events Celebrates 200th Weekly Newsletter Issue

Black Cultural Events Celebrates 200th Weekly Newsletter Issue

LOS ANGELES – July 1, 2020 – BCE Media Inc., parent company of online events calendar BlackCulturalEvents.com and led by CEO Pamela Ashe-Thomas, celebrated a significant milestone for their popular newsletter reaching the 200th consecutive issue of the weekly newsletter Black Cultural Events Weekly. Every week for the last 200 weeks Black Cultural Events has provided music, art, literary, community, and festival event information to [Read More...]
Come To Ghana If You’re Not Wanted In USA – Tourism Minister To African Americans As They Lay Wreath For George Floyd

Come To Ghana If You’re Not Wanted In USA – Tourism Minister To African Americans As They Lay Wreath For George Floyd

The Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture has invited African Americans to re-settle in Ghana if they feel unwanted in the USA. Source: Come To Ghana If You’re Not Wanted In USA – Tourism Minister To African Americans As They Lay Wreath For George [Read More...]
12 Black-Owned Bookstores And The Books They Recommend

12 Black-Owned Bookstores And The Books They Recommend

If you’re looking to read more black authors — and you should be! — you can support these black bookstores in the process. As we’re sharing books about anti-racism and books by black authors, it’s a good time to remember the black booksellers you can support with those purchases. Source: 12 Black-Owned Bookstores And The Books They [Read More...]