Come and learn about our Black History

Join the Black American Free Thought Association
for 3 free events in honor of the orginator of
Black History Month
Dr. Carter G. Woodson

*Art Exhibit, Discussion and Reception - "From Harlem to Montgomery"
Friday February 3, 2006 6:30-8:30 P.M.

Featuring portraits of Black American Humanist, activists and scholars, as well as various Black American history -centered memorabilia. Modern historical interpretations of "spirituals" will be performed. Reception to follow.

*Various concurrent Workshops - The National and Local Impact Of Black American History
Saturday February 4, 2006 9 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
Topics to include: The Over-commercialization of Black History month
The Origin of Albany's Interracial Council       Black Abolitionists
The M.C. Lawton Club       Forgotten Black American Fore Leaders
The Life and Times of Zora Neale Hurston       Runaway Slaves

* Moderated Panel Discussion -
"Race and Poverty: In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina"
Saturday February 18, 1:30-4:00 P.M.
Come participate in an honest discussion of the history and current state of race and poverty in America and our communities.

ALL events held at 405 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12206
For more information contact McKinley Jones @ 330-5326

With logic and reason, we can find the way.