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Karamu House presents another episode of its social justice series, "Freedom After Juneteenth." Episode 3 continues to explore the importance of not only the Black vote, but the recognition that Black Americans are equal Americans. Titled, "I, too, am America," this episode -- in song and word -- travels back in time to the struggles of voter rights to the current times of voter suppression.
Oberlin College graduates Russell and Rowena Jeliffe opened the Playhouse Settlement in 1915 to offer a place for people of different races, religions, and economic backgrounds to come together through the arts. Today, Karamu House brings together thousands of adults and children every year through community programming and events.Learn More
Karamu House brings together adults and children (of all races and ages) together every year through its arts academy and education programs, including dance, drama and theatre, and vocal performance. The Karamu Arts Academy provides fall and spring semester classes, as well as a summer intensive program. Karamu also partners with local schools and organizations to bring arts education into their programs.Learn More