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Filipino American Diaspora: Self-Representations Emerging from the Shadows

03/09/2021 to 03/09/2021

n/a, n/a, MD n/a

How do poetry, art, oral histories and research convey the complicated histories of Filipino Americans, the fourth largest migrant group in the United States? With over 400 years of colonization and invisibilization, Philippine migrants continue to create a sense of the homeland in their new countries. Gain invaluable insights into Filipino American experiences with poet, Luisa A. Igloria; artist, Lek Vercauteren Borja, and authors E.J.R. David and Dwight Ong. Scholar and artist, Marlo DeLara moderates the discussion. More info: http://bit.ly/aacc-FilAmDiaspora-registration

Why It Matters: Reckoning with Race. Equity. Allyship.

03/16/2021 to 03/16/2021

Maryland Humanities Virtual Event, Baltimore, MD 21201

Join authors Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal on March 16 as they discuss their best-selling book, "I’m Not Dying With You Tonight," inspired by the death of Baltimorean Freddie Gray. In their conversation, they’ll touch on some of today’s most pressing topics—the recent resurgence of our country’s reckoning with racial inequity, a video that went viral after the death of George Floyd, and reaching beyond platitudes to work together on issues of common concern. The conversation will be moderated by Christine Platt, author and Managing Director of the Antiracist Research & Policy Center at American University. The conversation will be followed by Q&A. The event is for teens and adults. Register here: http://bit.ly/3ueqWzh

Creating Calm in the Storm

03/18/2021 to 03/18/2021

Online, 00000, ME 0000

Share your concerns and create connections with others who are navigating the complexities of life in today’s world. Receive tips for centering yourself while things around you may be swirling. Group meets the 3rd Thursday of each month via Zoom. Facilitated by: Howard Reznick, MSW, LCSW-C Free. Register at: jcsbalt.org/events/calm. This program is a part of Jewish Community Services’ “Cabin Fever” virtual series for adults at: jcsbalt.org/events/cabin-fever.

GBC Newsmaker Speaker Series: The Transformation of Penn Station

03/18/2021 to 03/18/2021

111 S. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21202

Join the Greater Baltimore Committee for a conversation about the proposed redevelopment of Penn Station and its ability to provide a more attractive “gateway” to Baltimore City as well as generate jobs and increase economic opportunities. Panelists include: Bill Struever, Principal, Managing Partner, CEO, Cross Street Partners; Tim Pula, Vice President, Community Development for Beatty Development; Brian Traylor, Planning Manager, Amtrak; Peter Stubb, Principal, Design Director, Gensler.

Heritage Players present “Little Women, The Broadway Musical” (virtual performances)

03/20/2021 to 03/21/2021

(virtual), Catonsville, MD 21228

Based on the beloved novel by Louisa May Alcott and first appearing on Broadway in 2005, "Little Women, The Broadway Musical" follows the four March sisters as they navigate the junctures of their young adult lives in 1866 New England, merely a year after the end of the Civil War. With strength from family and friends, the sisters come to understand how heartbreak and faith can together lead a path to happiness. Directed by Tommy Malek with musical direction by Rachel Sandler, The Heritage Players is a community theater group in Catonsville, MD, and present this online premiere showcasing the talents from around the Mid-Atlantic area and beyond. Virtual performances are Saturday, March 20 at 8 PM and Sunday, March 21 at 2 PM. General admission tickets are $15 per device and can be purchased from ShowTix4u at http://bit.ly/2NRwT4M  Find more info at https://www.heritageplayers.com/little-women. Contact us at hplittlewomen@gmail.com

Heritage Players present “Little Women, The Broadway Musical” (virtual performances)

03/20/2021 to 03/21/2021

55 Wade AVE, Catonsville, MD 21228

Based on the beloved novel by Louisa May Alcott and first appearing on Broadway in 2005, "Little Women, The Broadway Musical" follows the four March sisters as they navigate the junctures of their young adult lives in 1866 New England, merely a year after the end of the Civil War. With strength from family and friends, the sisters come to understand how heartbreak and faith can together lead a path to happiness. Directed by Tommy Malek with musical direction by Rachel Sandler, The Heritage Players is a community theater group in Catonsville, MD, and present this online premiere showcasing the talents from around the Mid-Atlantic area and beyond. Virtual performances are Saturday, March 20 at 8 PM and Sunday, March 21 at 2 PM. General admission tickets are $15 per device and can be purchased from ShowTix4u at http://bit.ly/2NRwT4M  Find more info at https://www.heritageplayers.com/little-women. Contact us at hplittlewomen@gmail.com