We Return... Black L.U.V. Fest25
Sunday, September 18, 2022
11am - 7pm
Randall Recreation Center
South Capitol & I Streets, SW, DC
Black L.U.V. Festival returns to celebrate 25 years in Washington, DC. Starting in 1997, The Black L.U.V. (love, unity & vision) Festival was established, by artists in the historic U-street community devoted to social change and uplift of the DC creative community. This FREE one-day cultural outdoor event, uses the cultural arts as a vehicle to inform and enlighten communities of the Nation’s Capital on education, social injustice, healthcare (testing attendees for HIV/AIDS), and issues in underserved communities and neighborhoods, domestically and internationally.
Partners: DC Parks and Recreation, We Act Radio, WPFW 89.3 FM, Washington Informer, and Nubian Hueman
Social Art and Culture (SAAC) - a 501c (3) located in the Anacostia area of Washington, DC whose mission is to use the power of the arts to educate and advance unserved and underserviced communities.
- Ginger Rumph
- Listen Local First DC
- Satira Streeter
- Carla Perlo
- James Epstein
Washington D.C., DC
Social Art and Culture
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