International Women’s Day will be celebrated in many ways, but none more sincerely than the commemoration in Harlem on Sunday, March 7. The day is dedicated to the women of the Congo and features a day-long lineup of important events and inspiring performances.
11:00 AM Morning Church Service
Riverside Church, Clermont Ave. (between 120th & 122nd Streets)
2:00 PM Procession & Rally at Ndunga Public Art Project
Plaza of Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. State Office Building, 163 W 125th Street
3:00 PM Conflict Resolution Workshops for youth and adults
Black River Studio, 345 Lenox Ave. (between 127th & 128th Streets)
6:30 PM Screening of “Lumo” the documentary film
Maysles Cinema, 343 Lenox Ave. (between 127th & 128th Streets)
8:00 PM Panel Discussion and Dialogue
Recording of Personal Statements and Testimonials
There will also be performances by LaBurga, Global Kids, Jumping For Justice Double Dutch Social Initiative, Kim Weston Moran, Linda H. Humes, Gloria Lowery Tyrrell, Garifuna Day Woen’s Coalition, Drummers, and others.
The events are hosted by a long list of prominent organizations including Friends of the Congo and Ndunga Public Art Project. Space is limited, so please rsvp NPAP (718) 855-8616.