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Programs/Events

Each year The Roosevelt Arts Project sponsors events from a variety of arts. In spite of the pandemic, this year is no exception including as it does programs in art, music, poetry, and drama.

NOTE: This schedule is still tentative and subject to change. Always check a few days before the published event for any additional information. Until further notice, the following 

Slavery Trail

Saturday, June 8, 2024, 7:30 PM

Roosevelt Borough Hall

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” is the motto for our multi-media event. Photos, music, and poems will celebrate how America’s slavery trail became its civil rights trail. We’ll be telling the story of how suffering yielded overcoming. A narrative of our nine-day drive from Greensboro to Selma, Birmingham to Montgomery to Washington, D.C., visiting the Civil Rights Institute and Birmingham Jail and ending at the National Museum of African American History & Culture. What we learn is that Black history is the history of ALL Americans; as Fannie Lou Hamer said, “Nobody’s Free Until Everybody’s Free.”

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Sheila Linz

Serious Blond Girl

Oil on Beeswax

Past Programs

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Borough Hall Mosaic

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