Celebrating Black History Month 2018, The Uzuri Project Youth Institute/PHOEBE presents a multi-media event: A historical look back, as Pleasant Street Voices Speak through time and film, and a look to the future with presentations by graduates of The Uzuri Project Youth Institute Emerging Leaders. Malvern Avenue once known as "Black Broadway", saw many local and visiting entertainers come to Hot Springs, and because of segregation they found the "Pleasant Street Historic District" a place of comfort and safety. John Puckett, Reggie Cravens, Henry Bernard Glover, Ralph Porter, Ink Spots, Louis Jordan, Lionel Leo Hampton, Bill Bojangles Robinson, Cab Calloway, and Petrella came and made history. Hear Pleasant Street Voices Speak through time in a special Multi-Media Film Production!  Admission is free - donations accepted and open to all ages.

RSVP 501-624-9400 or email info@theuzuriproject.org