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Free Confidential HIV Testing
No needles/ no blood/ no appointment/ results in 30 minutes
Every Monday, 5 PM - 7:30 PM
Lincoln Community Health Center Specialty Clinic
1301 Fayetteville Street, Durham 27712
For information, e-mail:

Living Words

Thursday, May 19, 7 pm
(Second Thursday of every month; same place; same time)
Church of the Abiding Savior, 1625 S. Alston Avenue, Durham 27707
"Living Words" is an evening of spoken-word poetry, dramatic monologues, song, dance, comedy, and music appropriate for all ages. The featured artist and master of ceremonies will be announced. Open mic is an invitation for everyone to participate. The event is free, transportation is available, and dinner will be served.

The organizer of this event, Rhonda Royal Hatton, is a member of the LinCS 2 Durham Collaborative Council.

For more information, call 698-3648 or check the Web site.


3rd Annual "Beloved Community" resource fair and picnic
Saturday, May 21, 11 AM - 2 PM
Queen Street, Downtown Durham, next to St. Philip's Episcopal Church and Urban Ministries of Durham

Jambalaya Soul Slam
Saturday, May 21; 7:30 PM (and every 3rd Saturday of the month;locations vary)
Xscape Lounge, 119 West Main Street, Durham 27702
An evening of slam poetry

aLive Tuesdays/The Beast
Tuesday, May 24; 8:30 - 11:30
Jack Sprat Cafe, 161 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill 27514
Shirlette Ammons: Hip hop and spoken-word poetry

Sexy in Nightwear: The Triangle Black Pride 2011 Pajama Jam
Friday, July 29; 10 PM - 2 AM
Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley, 4500 Marriott Drive, Raleigh
Admission: $10

Friday and Saturday Night Jazz
Weekly; 9 PM
Beyu Caffe, 335 West Main Street, Durham 27707
$6 admission


30 Americans: Works by 31 contemporary African American artists

Through September 4, 2011
North Carolina Museum of Art
2110 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC
This exhibition presents 75 works of art (painting, drawing, photography, video, sculpture, and mixed-media installations) by new and established artists on themes of race, gender, identity, history, and popular culture.

For information, call 839-6262 or click here.

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