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Apr
22
Thu
Jack and Jill Phoenix Chapter to Host Know Your Genetic Health History Virtual Presentation Tickets
Apr 22 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Jack and Jill Phoenix Chapter to Host Know Your Genetic Health History Virtual Presentation

You are invited to join Jack and Jill of America, Inc. – the Phoenix Chapter, Black Health Matters, and Alnylam for an informative virtual presentation on a rare disease called hATTR amyloidosis. This is a FREE Virtual Presentation.

Apr
25
Sun
“I Am An Artist” Arts and Social Justice Virtual Series Tickets
Apr 25 @ 6:00 pm
"I Am An Artist" Arts and Social Justice Virtual Series

Broadcasted live via Zoom
Registration: 895 0818 2621
Password: Artist

Event Cost/Ticket Price:
Free with Donations accepted

Are you an artist with thought provoking material? Are you passionate about making a difference or going against the grain? The Phoenix Local Organizing Committee would love to highlight you and your talent! Otherwise join the Phoenix Local Organizing Committee from the comfort of your home in elevating discussion as PHXLOC interviews some of Arizona’s hidden jewels and great talents in literary, performance and visual arts.

CALL FOR ARTISTS (space for 2 artists per show)

The “I AM AN ARTIST” arts and social justice series will highlight local poets, literary, and performance artists in an online platform addressing issues impacting community, culture and society. This showcase will delve into “what our artists have to say” and explore PHXLOC’s creative resolve to be the change with host and recording artist Arian Nicole.

Series Launch: Sunday March 28th, 2021
Submission: Send brief bio with 2 links of music, visual, or literary work via
Email: justiceorelsearizona@gmail.com

Apr
29
Thu
hATTR Amyloidosis: Know Your Genetic Health History – Virtual Presentation Tickets
Apr 29 @ 6:00 pm
hATTR Amyloidosis: Know Your Genetic Health History - Virtual Presentation

The 100 Black Men of Phoenix, Black Health Matters and Alnylam are partnering to provide a free virtual education presentation about hereditary ATTR (hATTR) amyloidosis – a rare, inherited, rapidly progressive disease caused by a gene change or mutation that results in the build-up of a protein called transthyretin (TTR).

hATTR Amyloidosis: Know Your Genetic Health History

Date: Thursday, April 29

Time: 6:00 PM Pacific Daylight

Approximately 1 in 25 (4%) of African Americans have a certain genetic mutation associated with hATTR amyloidosis. Symptoms of hATTR amyloidosis vary and can include weakness, numbness and burning pain in the hands and feet, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic digestive issues, and heart disease.

This Program Will Cover:

  • Disease Overview
  • Genetics and Inheritance
  • Resources and Support

This program is intended for people interested in learning about hATTR amyloidosis, including individuals diagnosed with hATTR amyloidosis, their families, and caregivers.

Chandler Center for the Arts Presents a Virtual Performance by The String Queens Tickets
Apr 29 @ 7:00 pm
Chandler Center for the Arts Presents a Virtual Performance by The String Queens

Chandler Center for the Arts is proud to present The String Queens (TSQ) on April 29 at 7 PM in an engaging virtual performance that can be watched on your phone, tablet, laptop or TV … wherever you may be!

The String Queens (TSQ) is a dynamic trio that creates stimulating musical experiences that inspire diverse audiences to love, hope, feel, and imagine! With a repertoire that spans from the Baroque era to the Jazz Age to today’s Billboard Hot 100 Chart, TSQ transport audiences through time and a multitude of musical genres with its “authentic, soulful, and orchestral sound.”

May
15
Sat
2021 PHOENIX BOYS CHOIR POPS CONCERT, Voices of Unity Tickets
May 15 @ 3:00 pm
2021 PHOENIX BOYS CHOIR POPS CONCERT, Voices of Unity

Our final concert of the year, Voices of Unity, will share the Phoenix Boys Choir’s message of hope for solidarity for all of humanity. We will unite with other choral ensembles around the world, our joined voices lifting up all who listen. Our shared vision of peace will provide listeners with an opportunity to reflect and lift up their own hopes and dreams for our world and our future.

May
23
Sun
“I Am An Artist” Arts and Social Justice Virtual Series Tickets
May 23 @ 6:00 pm
"I Am An Artist" Arts and Social Justice Virtual Series

Broadcasted live via Zoom
Registration: 895 0818 2621
Password: Artist

Event Cost/Ticket Price:
Free with Donations accepted

Are you an artist with thought provoking material? Are you passionate about making a difference or going against the grain? The Phoenix Local Organizing Committee would love to highlight you and your talent! Otherwise join the Phoenix Local Organizing Committee from the comfort of your home in elevating discussion as PHXLOC interviews some of Arizona’s hidden jewels and great talents in literary, performance and visual arts.

CALL FOR ARTISTS (space for 2 artists per show)

The “I AM AN ARTIST” arts and social justice series will highlight local poets, literary, and performance artists in an online platform addressing issues impacting community, culture and society. This showcase will delve into “what our artists have to say” and explore PHXLOC’s creative resolve to be the change with host and recording artist Arian Nicole.

Series Launch: Sunday March 28th, 2021
Submission: Send brief bio with 2 links of music, visual, or literary work via
Email: justiceorelsearizona@gmail.com

Jun
27
Sun
“I Am An Artist” Arts and Social Justice Virtual Series Tickets
Jun 27 @ 6:00 pm
"I Am An Artist" Arts and Social Justice Virtual Series

Broadcasted live via Zoom
Registration: 895 0818 2621
Password: Artist

Event Cost/Ticket Price:
Free with Donations accepted

Are you an artist with thought provoking material? Are you passionate about making a difference or going against the grain? The Phoenix Local Organizing Committee would love to highlight you and your talent! Otherwise join the Phoenix Local Organizing Committee from the comfort of your home in elevating discussion as PHXLOC interviews some of Arizona’s hidden jewels and great talents in literary, performance and visual arts.

CALL FOR ARTISTS (space for 2 artists per show)

The “I AM AN ARTIST” arts and social justice series will highlight local poets, literary, and performance artists in an online platform addressing issues impacting community, culture and society. This showcase will delve into “what our artists have to say” and explore PHXLOC’s creative resolve to be the change with host and recording artist Arian Nicole.

Series Launch: Sunday March 28th, 2021
Submission: Send brief bio with 2 links of music, visual, or literary work via
Email: justiceorelsearizona@gmail.com

Jul
25
Sun
“I Am An Artist” Arts and Social Justice Virtual Series Tickets
Jul 25 @ 6:00 pm
"I Am An Artist" Arts and Social Justice Virtual Series

Broadcasted live via Zoom
Registration: 895 0818 2621
Password: Artist

Event Cost/Ticket Price:
Free with Donations accepted

Are you an artist with thought provoking material? Are you passionate about making a difference or going against the grain? The Phoenix Local Organizing Committee would love to highlight you and your talent! Otherwise join the Phoenix Local Organizing Committee from the comfort of your home in elevating discussion as PHXLOC interviews some of Arizona’s hidden jewels and great talents in literary, performance and visual arts.

CALL FOR ARTISTS (space for 2 artists per show)

The “I AM AN ARTIST” arts and social justice series will highlight local poets, literary, and performance artists in an online platform addressing issues impacting community, culture and society. This showcase will delve into “what our artists have to say” and explore PHXLOC’s creative resolve to be the change with host and recording artist Arian Nicole.

Series Launch: Sunday March 28th, 2021
Submission: Send brief bio with 2 links of music, visual, or literary work via
Email: justiceorelsearizona@gmail.com