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Prince George's African American Museum and Cultural Center

4519 Rhode Island Ave

North Brentwood, MD 20722

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Celebrate Women’s History Month through art, fashion, and spoken word.

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Highlights:

  • Create unique fashion on canvas artwork in an interactive session led by Almira Léonché and Gradalove.
  • Enjoy live spoken word performances inspired by African-American women from Prince George’s County and beyond. Poets include Zoe and Whiskey Girl.
  • Plus, a pop-up shop featuring books and artwork for sale.

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Whiskey Girl is a Washington, DC-based spoken word artist, event host, blogger, public speaker, mental health advocate and single mother with a full-time professional career in the mental health field. She lends her unique voice and perspective to her own WG’s Embrace the Crazy blog. In addition to writing, her true passions include public work and serving as a mouthpiece to address mental health issues within the black community.

Zoë. I’m a creative entrepreneur and self taught artist based in the DMV. In all that I create, my Ultimate goal is to reconnect others to their Divinity. I love all that makes me who I am and because of that I represent all that makes me who I am in all that I do. Whether it is painting, writing, music, poetry, creative direction— WHATEVER— I create to represent my people in a positive and empowering light. Representation is essential in instilling confidence, assuredness, and true inner & over-standing of Self. I want my people to experience my creations and feel proud & uplifted.

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Prince George's African American Museum and Cultural Center

4519 Rhode Island Ave

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