2015 Calendar


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Saturday, July 4, 2015
Eddy Kenzo Live in Oakland
9 p.m. | Shadow Ultra Lounge, Oakland, CA
​Tickets| $30

Ugandan artiste Eddy Kenzo of 'Sitya Loss' fame will be in 
Oakland. Visit Eventbrite for tickets and more information.

Wednesday, July 29
Lecture & Performance: 
Atajo de Negritos in the Afroperuvian 
6:30 p.m. | MoAD
Tickets| $10 General | $5 Student/Senior 
Free MoAD Members

Celebrate Peruvian Independence Days with a lecture and performance on Afro Peruvian culture and the spiritual tradition of the Atajo de Negritos. Milena Carranza will share her photographic work and Gabriela Shiroma will speak about Atajo de Negritos and the experience of the Atajo de San Francisco, followed by a music, dance and tap presentation by the Atajo de San Francisco. Get more information and tickets at moadsf.org
Saturday, July 18, 2015
African Diaspora Dialogues
10 a.m. | Museum of the African Diaspora, 
San Francisco, CA
RSVP Required| Email info@priorityafrica[dot]org

Co-sponsored by Priority Africa Network (PAN) and the Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI) and expertly facilitated by PAN Board members Nunu Kidane and Gerald Lenoir.

The African Diaspora Dialogues present an opportunity to engage in a transformative transnational dialogue on race, identity and culture held between Black immigrant and refugee communities and African Americans. 

Friday, July 10, 2015
Angélique Kidjo with the San Francisco Symphony
7:30 p.m. | Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco, CA
Tickets| Visit sfsymphony.org

Back in the Bay for a second time in 2015, Grammy Award 
winner, visionary songwriter and vocalist, Angélique Kidjo 
makes her US orchestral debut with the SF Symphony.