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African American Museum of Beginnings

1460 East Holt Avenue, Pomona, CA,

A Community Cultural History and Arts Museum, the African American Museum of Beginnings is a virtually self-funded community museum that inspires and educates all on the history, arts, and culture of Africans and African Americans. The African Museum of Beginnings is the only museum of its kind in the Inland… Read more…

Art + Practice

3401 West 43rd Place, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Mon - Sat, 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Conceived and founded by artist Mark Bradford, philanthropist and collector Eileen Harris Norton, and social activist Allan DiCastro, Art + Practice (A+P) is a private operating 501(c)3 foundation based in Leimert Park, Los Angeles. A+P has three areas of focus which together embody its commitment to supporting the needs of… Read more…

California African American Museum

California African American Museum, State Drive, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Tuesday - Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm; Sunday 11:00am-5:00pm

The California African American Museum (CAAM) is a museum located in Los Angeles. The Museum focuses on enrichment and education on the cultural heritage and history of African Americans with a focus on California and western United States. Admission is free to all visitors. The mission of the museum is “to… Read more…

Towne Street Theatre

Towne Street Theatre, 4101 Budlong Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Founded in the aftermath of the 1992 Los Angeles riots with the belief that we could affect social change through our art, the Towne Street Theatre’s mission is creating, developing and producing original work that is reflective of the African-American experience and perspective for theatre and film. In order to… Read more…

WACO SCREENING: A LOVE SONG FOR LATASHA

5144 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, CA, USA

3:00pm

Latasha Harlins was 15-years-old when she was wrongfully killed in South Central Los Angeles. The killer was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter but received no jail time. The death of Latasha, occurring 13 days after the brutal beating of Rodney King, was a leading catalyst for the 1992 L.A. Riots.This… Read more…