The Denver Police Museum presents a look at the past, highlighting male and female African American police officers who have served the community. The exhibit will feature oral histories from retired officers, as well as uniforms, badges and other artifacts.
The Denver Public Library is pleased to host the annual Denver Public School Citywide Middle School Art Exhibition, featuring 2D and 3D artwork.
La Biblioteca Pública de Denver tiene el placer de albergar la exposición anual de arte de las Escuelas Públicas de Denver, con obras de arte en 2D y 3D creadas por estudiantes de las escuelas secundarias de toda la ciudad.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts offers a behind the scenes look at the making of One Night in Miami...The exhibits highlights the main characters; Cassius Clay, Malcolm X, Jim Brown as well as information about the director Kemp Powers and the set design.
About the Play:
One Night in Miami...
This slice-of-life dramedy imagines what
occurred the night of Cassius Clay’s historic
win over heavyweight champ Sonny Liston.
Declining a glamorous party, Clay celebrates
with his friends: activist Malcolm X,
singer Sam Cooke and football player Jim
African American Women have played a role in every war effort in United States history. Sisters, Soldiers examines the past and present military service of black women, from the Civil War to the War on Terror. Placing black women as soldiers within a broad historical context, the exhibition highlights the impact of race and gender issues on military service as well as the "breakthrough" moments in the history of that service.
This exhibition was created by the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.