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Hip Hop Week @ Hayti!

Sunday August 11th @ 6 pm  Black American Music  Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik: A Tribute To Outkast  sponsored by Google Sunday, August 11th @ 6pm $15   We’re kicking off season 4 of our Black American Music series by celebrating Hip Hop! 51 years ago on August 11th, hip hop was born.  We are focusing on the South’s… Continue reading Hip Hop Week @ Hayti!

Blues & Roots

Black American Music Series    Durham County Library & Hayti Heritage Center Presents   BLUES & ROOTS, Sunday June 9th @ 5pm.   June is Black Music Month and we will explore the history & impact of the Blues in American Music. The event will begin @ 5pm with a History of Blues Presentation by UNC Professor, Dr.… Continue reading Blues & Roots

Legacy

Be Connected Durham & Beyond proudly announces the unveiling of the Divine Nine Legacy Memoir exhibition on Friday, April 19th, from 6pm-9pm.   Hosted in the Lyda Moore Merrick Gallery at the Hayti Heritage Center, 804 Old Fayetteville Street Durham NC, this exhibition is created, curated, and produced by Cameron Elyse Productions, and is presented… Continue reading Legacy

wimmin@work 2024

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE–– wimmin@work 2024 Press Contact/photos: Artistic Director – Andrea E. Woods Valdés: [email protected] The Hayti Heritage Center and Souloworks/Andrea E. Woods Present The 7 th Annual wimmin@work 2024 A wimmin's herstory month celebration SATURDAY, MARCH 23 – 3 PM at the Hayti Heritage Center Join… Continue reading wimmin@work 2024

Return to Revive

Return to Revive RETURN TO REVIVE: A Hayti Homecoming Celebrating Black History Month   Like any meaningful homecoming, you must Return in order to Revive. It is the return to home, to family and to ancestral lands.  This homecoming connection always ushers in the spirit of revival. It’s reconnecting to places and people that we cherish. … Continue reading Return to Revive