The original Cotton Club opened in the 1920′s when central
Harlem was the playground of the rich. The club was a white-only
establishment even though it featured many of the greatest Black
entertainers of the era. Although it has segregated beginnings, the
Cotton Club is remembered today as a beacon of culture and freedom.
Join us as we commemorate this phenomenal venue that provided music
and art to African Americans for years!
Sponsored by: Food 4 Thought!
Date: Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: DAC Ballroom, Queens Campus