Queens Historical Society Non Profit Corporation

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Queens Historical Society, an innovator in America’s multicultural education explosion has emerged as a leader in presenting programs that assert the rich royal heritage of African Americans. The Society’s signature play, "Queens of the Nile, Now", written by founder, Sakkara Ingrid Thomas, focuses on the respected role of women by men in ancient African matrilineal societies as an example for boys and girls today. The success of this royal history pageant led to the evolution of QHS’ Crown Jewels Program. This vibrant repertoire includes performances, storytelling, demonstrations and school field trips, including The Festival of African Royalty and Egypt Day at the Pyramid. Adaptable for all stages and ages, QHS’ Crown Jewels presents a fascinating exploration into the depth of beauty that emerges from Africa throughout the centuries, covering three thousand years and over five thousand miles of the continent’s history.

Mission: Whether you are an educator looking to enhance your curriculum with a cultural field trip or school assembly, a civic/community organization looking for a special event, or an event planner in need of an African Imagery Consultant, we have a program that will meet your needs.

Queens Historical Society to appear at the 100 Black Men of Long Beach Benefits Award Gala presenting an "African Heroin...
04/19/2011
100 Black Men of Long Beach | Events

Queens Historical Society to appear at the 100 Black Men of Long Beach Benefits Award Gala presenting an "African Heroine Living History Exhibit".

The 100 Black Men of Long Beach is devoted to improving the quality of life for African-Americans, particularly young males in the Long Beach Area through programs focusing on mentoring, education, health & wellness and econonmic empowerment.

What do you think?  Let's celebrate Mr. Stevie Wonder with a tribute this summer!  Queens Historical Society is proposin...
04/12/2011
Stevie Wonder named UN 'Messenger of Peace' - CNN

What do you think? Let's celebrate Mr. Stevie Wonder with a tribute this summer! Queens Historical Society is proposing that this year the Summer Night Lights program in Long Beach at the park will pay hommage with a performance featuring the youth in our community! If you are interested, let us know with an e-mail sent to [email protected]

Singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder has a new title on his resume: United Nations Messenger of Peace.Wonder -- blind since birth -- will promote U.N. ideals and activities with an emphasis on

Queens Historical Society was granted rights to play Stevie Wonder Secret Life Of Plants during performances!
04/12/2011
Stevie Wonder's Journey Through "The Secret Life of Plants" - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Queens Historical Society was granted rights to play Stevie Wonder Secret Life Of Plants during performances!

Stevie Wonder's Journey Through "The Secret Life of Plants" is an album by Stevie Wonder, originally released on the Tamla Motown label on October 30, 1979 (see 1979 in music). It is the soundtrack to the documentary The Secret Life of Plants, directed by Walon Green which was based on the book of t

04/12/2011
Stevie Wonder Secret Life Of Plants

Queens Historical Society was granted rights to have Stevie Wonder Secret Life Of Plants played during their performances!

This is the song Stevie performs at the end of the unreleased film, "The Secret Life Of Plants."

04/12/2011
Women Day short-desktop.m4v

The 11th Annual Women's Health Forum presented by KJLH at the Los Angeles Convention Center

4min version

Queens Historical Society REPRESENTING with a "Living History Exhibit" of Queen Neffertiti at the 11th Annual Women's He...
04/12/2011

Queens Historical Society REPRESENTING with a "Living History Exhibit" of Queen Neffertiti at the 11th Annual Women's Health Forum presented by KJLH at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

The World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, held in Durban in 2001, ...
04/12/2011
Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent

The World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, held in Durban in 2001, adopted the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action. This document records a commitment by States to work together to eradicate racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and...

The World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, held in Durban in 2001, adopted the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action. This document records a commitment by States to work together to eradicate racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and rel

The year 2011 is the International Year for People of African Descent. The year 2011 is also the International Year of Y...
04/12/2011
International Year for People of African Descent

The year 2011 is the International Year for People of African Descent. The year 2011 is also the International Year of Youth, the International Year of Forests, and the International Year of Chemistry.

The year 2011 is the International Year for People of African Descent. The year 2011 is also the International Year of Youth, the International Year of Forests, and the International Year of Chemistry.

Queens Historical Society, an innovator in America’s multicultural education explosion has emerged as a leader in pres...
04/12/2011
Dominique DiPrima | News & Views in Many Hues

Queens Historical Society, an innovator in America’s multicultural education explosion has emerged as a leader in presenting programs that assert the rich royal heritage of African Americans.

Just beating a midnight deadline, Democratic and Republican negotiators agree to about $38 billion in cuts for the rest of the 2011 fiscal year. GOP healthcare and environmental demands are deferred. A budget stalemate that gripped the nation ended just before a midnight deadline Frida

04/11/2011

On this day in History, April 10: Ira Aldridge, noted Shakespearean actor, stars as Othello at Covent Garden in London. He is never allowed to perform in the United States because of his race.

Queens Historical Society Non Profit Corporation
03/23/2011

Queens Historical Society Non Profit Corporation

03/23/2011
Queen Hatshepsut Resurrected, "QUEENS OF THE NILE, NOW" / Sakkara I. Thomas

Queen Hatshepsut Resurrected, "QUEENS OF THE NILE, NOW" / Sakkara I. Thomas

An excerpt from Queens Historical Society's signature stage performance, "Queens of the Nile, Now", an epic stage performance that reveals the lives of eight of Africa's most renown female rulers in spirited dance, inspiring drama and majestic pageantry. Stevie Wonder's grand classical music score

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