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Lectures and Seminars
February  2
Event icon   Three Days Before the Shooting by Ralph Ellison: A Discussion on Race and Literacy Legacy
Tuesday,  February  2 , 6:30 pm
National Museum of American History, Carmichael Auditorium
February  4
Event icon   Face-to-Face
Thursday,  February  4 , 
Thursdays, February 4, 11, and 18, 6 pm
National Portrait Gallery
Meet in the F Street Lobby.
February  10
Event icon   African Americans in Mexico--Historical Linkages
Wednesday,  February  10 , 7 pm
Anacostia Community Museum
Reservations required. Call 202.633.4844.
February  11
Event icon   Duke Ellington--Scurlock Family Friend
Thursday,  February  11 , 12:15 pm
National Museum of American History, Flag Hall, Second Floor
February  23
Event icon   The Brass Letters of Citizenship: Lincoln, African Americans, and Military Service
Thursday,  February  23 , 7 pm
National Museum of American History, Carmichael Auditorium
February  13
Event icon   Picturing the Promise: Reading Memories
Saturday,  February  13 , 4 pm
Busboys and Poets
5th and K Streets NW
Washington, D.C.
February  18
Event icon   Lincoln, Race, and the American Presidency
Thursday,  February  18 , 7 pm
National Museum of American History, Carmichael Auditorium
February  20
Event icon   Artist Miguel Covarrubias Depicts Noted African Americans
Saturday,  February  20 , 10:30 am
Anacostia Community Museum
Reservations required. Call 202.633.4844.
February  24
Event icon   Women in Education: Continuing the Legacy
Wednesday,  February  24 , 11 am
S. Dillon Ripley Center, Discovery Theater
February  25
Event icon   How--and Why--the Lunch Counter Came to the Museum
Thursday,  February  25 , 12:15 pm
National Museum of American History, Flag Hall, Second Floor
February  27
Event icon   Casbah to Zanzibar: Discovery Through Dance
Saturday,  February  27 , 2 pm
Anacostia Community Museum
For reservations, call 202.633.4866.

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