Schedule of Events
Join us at the dA Center for the Arts
252 S. Main St. #D
Pomona, CA. 91766
June 25 1 - 4 PM
Reparations Fundraiser: $20 Ticket
Black Business Community Uplift
Black Music Appreciation Month
A graduate of an HBCU (Historically Black College/University), Ms. Garrett has travelled the world. Be encouraged and inspired as she shares her journey, her challenges, and triumphs, and her “secrets” to success.
With over 4,000 followers on Facebook Reunion of Souls, Ms. Garrett has a daily show where she plays the piano and sings and accepts requests. She began sharing her online FB program, Reunion of Souls with the FB community during the pandemic and has faithfully continued even as restrictions have lifted. Those that attend regularly begin to form friendships and have conversations. It is not only her talent that draws viewers but her uplifting positive open personality. No fake positivity – she is authentic in her joy and ups and downs of life forming an even stronger bond with those who know her, even if only at a distance through her show.
Cafe Con Libros
280 W. Second St.
Sat. 05/14 7:30PM - 9:00PM
Gina Duran & Romaine Washington
Los Angeles Times
Festival of Books
Sat., April 23 Noon- 1:00PM
Inlandia Booth 193
Near the Poetry Stage
National Poetry Month Series:
I am America
Thursday April 14 6:00PM
Join us virtually during National Poetry Month to hear local and national poets share poems about their diverse and rich cultural heritages.
Click on National Poetry Month Series:
I am America to register on Eventbrite.
Register in advance for this program.
Blacklandia is now seeking work for a new anthology that honors Black lives.
Dedicated to the memory of Ahmaud Arbery and all those who have experienced racially-motivated violence, to the celebration of Opal Lee, the grandmother of Juneteenth, and those who are committed to speak truth to power.
We invite Black artists and writers to submit original works in poetry, fiction, essays, non-fiction, and original art. Submit up 10 pages of poetry or pieces of art, one story, or one essay. One submission per category.
Submissions open May 8, 2022
(Ahmaud Arbery's birthday).
Submissions close October 7, 2022
(Opal Lee's birthday).
Projected release date: Juneteenth, 2023.