Events

The People’s Community Sing

This bi-monthly event is a chance for people to build a vocal community through singing freedom songs together.  All levels of experience are welcome – especially children and elders.  You don’t have to know how to sing to add your voice and have a great time.

There are two sings scheduled every month 4-6pm @ The People’s Assembly Office, 1418 N Claiborne Ave:

  • The People’s Community Sing happens every 1st Sunday of the month
  • The People of Color Community Sing happens every 3rd Sunday of the month

 

Upcoming Community Sing Events

Saturday, March 3, 2018 11am – 7pm, Womanifest 9 at ArtSpace, 3116 St. Claude Ave
Wendi Moore-O’Neal will be leading a community sing (3:30pm – 4:00pm) at Womanifest 9.  Womanifest 9 is a festival dedicated to the celebration and growth of Black Women. All are welcome to celebrate! Eat, shop, enjoy and SUPPORT the beauty and talents of brilliant Black women! Come enjoy community event that includes FREE Community Workshops, and performances including Alcendor, Kelly Love Jones, and Sunni Patterson.

Sunday, March 4, 2018 4-6pm at The People’s Assembly Office, 1418 N Claiborne Ave
The People’s Community Sing happens every 1st Sunday of the month

Sunday, March 18, 2018 4-6pm at The People’s Assembly Office, 1418 N Claiborne Ave
The People of Color Community Sing happens every 3rd Sunday of the month

Saturday, April 7, 2018 7:30pm at Dixon Hall, Tulane University
Concert: What is the Sound of Freedom? Featuring Dr. Ysaye Maria Barnwell, Dr. Tyshawn Sorey, and Patricia and William Parker.

 Sunday, April 8, 2018, 4 pm– 6pm at Dr. Millie Charles Hall on SUNO Main Campus, 6400 Press Drive
Dr. Ysaye Maria Barnwell, singer, composer and choral director, formerly of Grammy award winning acapella singing group, Sweet Honey in the Rock, leads a very special People’s Community Sing

 

This Little Light

There will be a New Orleans Premier this spring of the 50 minute documentary film about a Black-Feminist butch-lesbian, Wendi Moore-O’Neal, who was fired by the Mennonite Central Committee (an international peace and justice organization) because she married her wife, and what she decided to do in response in the era of a Trump-led Justice Department. Co-Directed and Co-Produced by Ada McMahon and Wendi Moore-O’Neal

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