Details Freshest Roots “Expresso” is held the FIRST FRIDAY of every month at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute in Seattle. Please come share your writing, poetry, art, comedy, music, and love. If you don’t have anything to share, come anyway! Support your local talent and have some fun! Tickets FREEFind out more »
Explore the life and legacy of playwright August Wilson, who some call America’s Shakespeare, from his roots as an activist and poet to his indelible mark on Broadway.Find out more »
A multi-cultural group of University of Washington students is lead on a cultural journey deep into Ethiopia. They return with much more than just souvenirs.Find out more »
The little known story of Sister Rosetta Tharpe –an inspiration and influence on a musical genre.
A glimpse into Kindred the Family Soul- A Couple Friends. Showing how love can truly make great music.
Documentary of the first all African-American summit expeditionFind out more »
100 Years after Birth of a Nation: A History of Race Messaging Charles Mudede and Zola Mumford Monday, April 13 at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts Street, Seattle, 98144 7–9 pm Free (Click Here to RSVP) Presented by Northwest African American Museum, Northwest Film Forum, and Langston Hughes African American Film Festival. For 12 years, the The Langston Hughes African American Film Festival has provided a platform for community dialogue about films that nurture, celebrate and challenge…Find out more »