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Black History Month Family Day at MAG

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http://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/community/2014/02/13/black-history-month-family-day-at-mag-2/5463601/

 

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Black History Month Family Day

Posted by Memorial Art Gallery • February 8, 2012 • 4:38 am

Six times during the year, the Memorial Art Gallery opens its doors to celebrate with the Rochester community. The first Family Day of 2012 will be a magnification and celebration of  Black History Month on February 19th.

 

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Friday, December 27th, 2013, 6:47pm
Some African Americans in our community are continuing the celebration of Kwanzaa…Read more.

http://cityliving.whec.com/news/news/263051-day-two-kwanzaa

 

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Holocaust commemoration among stage productions this week

http://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/lifestyle/2014/01/13/holocaust-commemoration-among-stage-productions-this-week/4450483/

 

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FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 2013 AT 9:18AM

Some artists are inspired by nature. Or politics. Or history. Reenah’s muse? Her son, Jahmal. In a way, her art grew up with her son. And in a play she’s currently starring in at Rochester’s GeVa Theatre, art imitates life with perfect symmetry.

http://www.jonathaneveritt.com/originals/2013/4/12/reenah-golden.html

 

Actress Reenah Golden from Geva’s “No Child” by Nilaja Sun
Interviewed by Norma Holland, Ch 13, WHAM Rochester, NY

 

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Geva’s Nextstage Season Continues with Reenah Golden in NO CHILD…, Beginning 4/4

Geva Theatre Center’s 2013 Fielding Nextstage Season continues with No Child…, by Nilaja Sun. The production begins performances on April 4 and runs in the Fielding Nextstage through April 21.

http://www.broadwayworld.com/central-new-york/article/Gevas-Nextstage-Season-Continues-with-Reenah-Golden-in-NO-CHILD-Beginning-44-20130312#.Uv7eoKWWy5c

 

IU NORTHWEST INVITES COMMUNITY TO ‘NO CHILD’ PERFORMANCE ON FEB. 20

Friday Jan 18, 2013

One-woman show reflects themes of The Other Wes Moore, chosen book of campus’s reading initiative

http://www.iun.edu/news/2013/no-child-event.htm

 

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Black History Month Family Day

Posted by  • February 8, 2012 • 4:38 am
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Six times during the year, the Memorial Art Gallery opens its doors to celebrate with the Rochester community. The first Family Day of 2012 will be a magnification and celebration of  Black History Month on February 19th.

http://blogs.democratandchronicle.com/rochesterarts/?p=6340

 

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Reenah Golden: Poets as Agents of Change

Reenah Golden – writer, poet and performance artist – will be visiting Damon City Campus and helping students use the power of the spoken word to stimulate new ways of thinking

http://www.monroecc.edu/webdbs/studtrib.nsf/0/d31c06b77b07484c852577c0005adfec?OpenDocument&Click=

 

“No Child…” teaches inspired lessons at Syracuse Stage

By Diep Tran
September 26, 2010
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Review: Reenah L. Golden smoothly transitions between 16 characters in this one-woman play about the deficiencies in American education.

http://www.thenewshouse.com/story/no-child-teaches-inspired-lessons-syracuse-stage

 

Play Creates Dialogue Around Education

Posted on September 27th, 2010 by Jennifer Moncayo in EventsMore News

The panel featured, from left to right, Reenah L. Golden, Jack Langerak, Lauren Unbekant and Jeffery Mangram. — Photo by Alicia Smith

The critically acclaimed one-woman play “No Child” opened for its first public performance on Saturday, Sept. 25, at Syracuse Stage. It was a special performance for educators and people interested in arts education.

http://mysouthsidestand.com/events/play-creates-dialogue-around-education/

 

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Syracuse Stage’s 38th season starts with exuberant, uplifting performance by Rochester native

September 08, 2010
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http://www.syr.edu/news/articles/2010/syracuse-stage-09-10.html

 

Poets Walk

“We walk on poems, even from our birth.” 
~ Thomas Hood

Poets Walk is an interactive sidewalk along University Avenue between North Goodman and Prince Streets that will honor poets as artists of the written word. Read more–

http://artdrop.democratandchronicle.com/poets-walk

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