National Museum of African American History and Culture
1400 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560
A Seat at the Table” is inspired by Langston Hughes’ iconic poem, I, Too. It is an evening for participants to take their rightful seat at the table, where they will eat well and have their voices heard. These lively events feature critical conversations by noted speakers followed by time for reflection, intimate discussion, and time to be heard. These programs take place in a safe space where participants can expect tools that encourage challenging discussions around topics of race, equity, and social justice. The speakers for this evening are HawaH co-founder of One Common Unity, a non-profit that supports a movement for peace education and the building of a non-violent culture through music and art, Dr. Angela Rose Black, a Thought Leader in mindfulness research, teaching, and practice, and Teddy Reeves, Curator for Religion in the Center for the Study of African American Religious Life and a Moderator of gOD-Talk. The ticket price includes a full meal and beverages. Note-This A Seat at the Table has been rescheduled from Saturday, April 13.