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African-American Celebration

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22nd Annual Cary African-American Celebration

Friday-Saturday | March 3-4 | Free
The Cary Theater | 122 E. Chatham Street 

Don't miss Cary's annual event celebrating the African-American experience. The 22nd African American Celebration scheduled for March 3-4 will focus on the life and journalism career of Cary citizen Cash Michaels. The event, entitled “A Special Tribute to Cash Michaels: Reflections of a Journalist's Life,” will be held at The Cary Theater in downtown Cary and is sponsored by the Town of Cary and the Ujima Group, Inc.

Friday, March 3

6pm       Public Reception

7pm       “The Role of Journalism in Social Activism”

Join us for a screening of excerpts from the documentary film work of Cash Michaels followed by a panel discussion.

Saturday, March 4

6pm       Public Reception

7pm       “The Invisible Line Between Journalism and Activism”

An evening featuring an intimate one-on-one interview with Cash Michaels about his life and career and a performance by jazz vocalist Eve Cornelious.

Events are free but tickets are required. Reserve tickets at

Separate tickets are  needed for each night.

For more information, please contact:

Robbie Stone
Cary Arts Center
(919) 460-4969