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LSP Picks!

Welcome to June! Check out a few things we are associated with and producing for the month of June. This month Can I Kick It Returns every Tuesday beginning June 5th and a special Black Makers event features our client Hadiya Williams in collaboration with...

South Africa meets Southeast DC in an amazing display of collaborative Black Excellence. Kat will moderate a talk with visual artist Gee, Papy Nakuw of Urban Zulu and Nubian Hueman owner Anika Hobbs. Come thru and listen in....

From a thought to reality. This is cultural architecture in real time. In the midst of the Black Panther overload, I wanted to deconstruct royalty as part of the Black Love Experience's interaction, so I gathered my tribe and they did not disappoint. Here are...

Whiskey, God and Women is a new exhibition curated by LSP founder Risikat "Kat" Okedeyi. Featuring work by DC-based artist Rodney "BUCK!" Herring, this one-man show is a culmination of ten years of work around the tensions that are managed as a Black man in...

Five years ago we brought Kiss N Grind to DC and it was LIT! Saturday, June 3rd Vikter Duplaix is back at The Filmore with his good friend Talib Kweli bringing sexy back in all forms of musical fancy. This is a dance party, so...

We are super excited about this upcoming gig and you should be too! Come around to the first Princeversary, who better than The Revolution to be part of our tribute to the Beautiful One. Get your tickets now. This is going to be epic....

Black Magic Woman is a new series designed to highlight, celebrate and inform the public on the variety of ways Black women create, uplift and restore their communities and society at large. With this inaugural event, we will examine the role of “culture keepers”....