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Sistas' Place continues its 23rd season with the music of Resistance, Resilience and Resurgence.

Sistas' Place, 456 Nostrand Avenue, at the corner of Jefferson Avenue, where Jazz: A Music of the Spirit Lives and Culture is our Weapon, continues its 23rd season with the music of Resistance, Resilience and Resurgence. On Saturday, March 9, at 9 and 10: 30 pm, Tulivu Donna Cumberbatch, with her trio of pianist Rod Williams, bassist Raschiim Ausar Sahu and drummer Mark Johnson, will celebrate Winnie Mandela in the second installment of our Women's History Month Presentations. This series, titled Phenomenal African Sistas in our History celebrated by Phenomenal Present Day African Sistas, this Saturday honors the First Lady of South Africa. More than a decade before Michelle Obama became the First Lady of the US of A, Winnie Mandela was the First Lady of the U of SA. Tulivu Donna Cumberbatch and her Trio have that magical touch that will bring this all together, in an incredible way. Don't Miss This!

What's Coming:
Sistas' Place Honors Phenomenal African Sistas in our History with present day Phenomenal African Women/The struggle continues...
Saturday, March 16-Camille Gainer Jones celebrates Miriam Makeba
Saturday, March 23-Charenee Wade celebrates Ida B. Wells
Saturday, March 30-Lil Phillips celebrates Fannie Lou Hamer

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