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Duquesne University’s African American Read-In event

Viritual Event via zoom, Pittsburgh, PA

In honor of Black History Month, Duquesne University’s Michael P. Weber Learning Skills Center is hosting the 3rd, annual NCTE’s African American Read-In event to showcase and celebrate the literary works of African American authors, composers, poets, and other artists. The National African American Read-In was established in 1990, by the Black Caucus of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) to make literacy a significant part of Black History Month.

The virtual event takes place on Wednesday, February 24, 2021, via Zoom, and the program runs from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. All are welcome to attend. For more information: RSVP via ticket link


Announcing #YinzCitizen, a virtual concert celebrating neighbors being there for neighbors. This event will feature Pittsburgh musicians, artists, and other local talent, and recognize all “yinz” who make this city so special. ❤ Hosted by Natalie Bencivenga and Day Bracey, with appearances by Sally Wiggin, the Musicians of the PSO, Wiz Khalifa, Joe Grushecky, The Commonheart, Donnie Iris, DJ Bonics, The Boilermaker Jazz Band, Anti-Flag, the Homeless Gospel Choir, Byron Nash, Nathan Zoob, INEZ, Josh Jams, Chalk Dinosaur, Funky Fly Project, Liz Berlin, Cello Fury, Jordan Montgomery, Squonk Opera and many more.


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