Karamu House Continues "Freedom After Juneteenth" with Episode on the Black Vote | The original production series by Karamu, America's oldest Black producing theatre, continues with its second episode, premiering online on Thursday, September 24, 2020 at
Community Leaders Discuss Police Brutality and Trauma in the Black Community
A panel of community leaders discuss police brutality & mental health as a part of Karamu House’s first episode of its new series, “Freedom After Juneteenth,” which premieres on Thursday,
August 20, 2020 at 7PM EST/4PM PST on social media and streaming platforms.
Karamu House to Premiere First Episode of New Series, "Freedom After Juneteenth" | America’s oldest Black producing theatre to premiere its new series, “Freedom After Juneteenth” on Thursday, August 20, 2020 at 7PM EST/4PM PST on social media and streami
#Voicesof CLE art project pairs artists, businesses to beautify boarded-up parts of downtown Cleveland
A new initiative by Downtown Cleveland Alliance seeks artists to brighten windows and storefronts boarded up in the wake of recent demonstrations downtown.
The #VoicesofCLE public art project, launched Friday, is a collaboration between local businesses and artists, Downtown Cleveland Alliance said. The project also is meant to uplift various voices in the community, especially those of people of color.