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Because of Them, We Can

Homewood Library 1721 Oxmoor Road, Homewood, AL

OLLI of Greater Birmingham presents "Because of Them, We Can", a play about the civil rights movement performed by The Seasoned Performers. Admission is free. See olli.ua.edu for complete course listings.

Free

WHY IT MATTERS: BLACK ALABAMIANS AND THE VOTE

Virtual AL

Presented by Alabama Humanities Alliance: Join host Tonya Scott Williams and series poet Ashley M. Jones as they engage in conversation with Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries, host of the Teaching Hard History podcast and author of "Bloody Lowndes: Civil Rights and Black Power in Alabama's Black Belt (NYU Press, 2010). From the Introduction to the book: Jim Crow was a grim reality in Lowndes County, Alabama at the beginning of 1965. African Americans were completely shut out of the political process. There were five thousand African Americans of voting age in the…county, but not a single one was registered toContinue Reading ...

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Parkinson’s Dance Class

The Dance Foundation 1715 27th Ct S, Birmingham, AL

This global program features professional dancers from Southern Danceworks, teaching with an emphasis on physical and artistic movement potential. Dance for Parkinson’s is modeled after an evidence-based program developed by the Mark Morris Dance Group and the Brooklyn Parkinson’s group. We start with a seated warm-up and transition to standing and moving across the floor. Care partners are welcome and all participants are encouraged to wear tennis shoes or socks. October 12 – November 18 Tuesdays at 10am // Thursdays at 12pm 12 Classes Classes are $5 each or $50 for entire block of classes. This fee includes a careContinue Reading ...

$5
Recurring

Parkinson’s Dance Class

The Dance Foundation 1715 27th Ct S, Birmingham, AL

This global program features professional dancers from Southern Danceworks, teaching with an emphasis on physical and artistic movement potential. Dance for Parkinson’s is modeled after an evidence-based program developed by the Mark Morris Dance Group and the Brooklyn Parkinson’s group. We start with a seated warm-up and transition to standing and moving across the floor. Care partners are welcome and all participants are encouraged to wear tennis shoes or socks. October 12 – November 18 Tuesdays at 10am // Thursdays at 12pm 12 Classes Classes are $5 each or $50 for entire block of classes. This fee includes a careContinue Reading ...

$5