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Karamu House presents "Rooted in Change," sponsored by ERIEBANK
In this original series of short films, Karamu presents its impact on both the arts and Black history. This film focuses specifically on Karamu House and its involvement in social justice, from the integration of Karamu in Cleveland to the civil rights to today's #BlackLivesMatter movement. FREE live stream available through March 6, 2022.
The George Gund Foundation awards $1.7 Million to Karamu House as lead gift for its new Thrivability Campaign, "Karamu Rising"
Cleveland’s George Gund Foundation gifts $1.7 million as the leadership gift to support Karamu House, America’s oldest Black producing theatre, and its new ‘thrivability’ campaign, Karamu Rising
Karamu House Donates Its Archives to Case Western Reserve University's Kelvin Smith Library | America’s oldest Black producing theatre’s historic register—photographs, drawings, programs, posters and the collected letters of Karamu alumnus and playwright
Karamu House Launches New Young Professionals Council and Will Host First Live Event | The new Karamu Young Professionals Council (KYPC) engages Northeast Ohio professionals, ages 22-39, for leadership development, networking, and exposure to the perform
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