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Every 4th Saturday I host Tunes + Talk on WPFW (89.3FM) in Washington, DC. This episode I sat with the co-hosts of the podcast Let's Talk Bruh to talk about Black masculinity. It was dope. You should listen....

Due to a forecast of rain and thunderstorms throughout tomorrow afternoon and night, we will be rescheduling the Daughters of the Dust Outdoor Film Screening, as well as the First Friday 'All the Stars' Dance Party, to Friday September 7th. Event details have been updated,...

Every 4th Saturday at 10PM, I host a radio show called Tunes + Talk on WPFW 89.3FM in DC. DJ Cleveland Browne provides the live mix to a range of conversation topics. For July, we are talking Black masculinity with the co-hosts of the new...

LSP teams up with the Prince Georges African American Museum & Cultural Center for their First Fridays series in August. In two movements we bring AfroPast and AfroFuture together with a special screening of Julie Dash's seminal work Daughters of the dust and a special...

This past Saturday, Jollof Festival came to DC. LSP's Kat was onboard as co-host and it did not disappoint. Who made the best jollof this year? Click on the link to find out....

Layers a new installation conceived by Kat for Hadiya Williams is currently part of the #MakersintheMansion exhibition happening at the Woodlawn + Pope/Leighey house until October 2018. A special artist talk and garden pop-up is scheduled for Sunday, September 30th....

Two years ago Prince Rogers Nelson left this plane and the world was forever changed. As we continue to mourn the loss of one of music's most prolific icons, we are comforted by the fact that his music lives on and inspires so many. Check...