2020 HFAS Art Tour — New York City

FEBRUARY 13-16, 2020

Thursday • February 13th/ 5-10 pm

Opening Night

HFAS Exhibition & Sale
Salute to AFRICAN AMERICANS IN TECHNOLOGY & DESIGN — 5-10 pm

Lifetime Achievement Award Ceremony
HFAS Presents a Lifetime Achievement Award to Voza Rivers, Harlem Arts Alliance Chairman
Hosted by Greater Bronx (NY) Links, Incorporated

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Friday • February 14th/ 9 am – 10 pm

Youth Empowerment Day 9 am – 1 pm (Closed to the Public)

HFAS Exhibition & Sale
HFAS Fashion Show — 6-10 pm
Designs of Hope Wade and Designs of Moshood Creations with a Special Salute to Legendary Fashion Icon Dapper Dan

Salute to AFRICAN AMERICANS IN EDUCATION 5 – 10 pm
Co-Hosted By Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated Alumnae Chapter and the New York Club NANBPWC, Inc.

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Saturday • February 15th/ 10 am – 10 pm

HFAS Exhibition & Sale 10 am – 10 pm
A Salute to Afrian Americans in Medicine  5 pm – 10 pm
Hosted by Association of Black Cardiologists

HFAS Presents The New York 2020 Literary Pavilion – 5 pm – 10 pm
Hosted by Amistad Harper Collins Publishers & Harlem Writers Guild

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Sunday • February 16th/ 1-7PM

HFAS Exhibition & Sale 1 – 7PM
Salute to Toni Morrison
Hosted by Amistad Harper Collins Publishers & Harlem Writers Guild

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THE RIVERSIDE CHURCH
91 Claremont Avenue
New York, NY 10027
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African Americans in Education

Supporting the theme of this year’s annual multi-city tour, HFAS recognizes the contributions of African Americans in Education selected regionally from across the Education industry in a celebration of “African Americans in Education.”

2020 Honorees

The Historic Riverside Church, New York City

Rudy CrewDr Rudy Crew
Dr Lisa ColemanDr Lisa Coleman
Dr Erogers HykesDr Erogers Hykes
Dr. Marcia V. KeizsDr. Marcia V. Keizs
Dr-LandeauDr Reginald Landeau
Melanie Holder SamuelMelanie Holder Samuel
The Reverend LaKeesha Walrond, Ph.D.The Reverend LaKeesha Walrond, Ph.D.

African Americans in Medicine

Supporting the theme of this year’s annual multi-city tour, The Power of Creative Arts in Health & Healing, HFAS will recognize the contributions of African Americans in Medicine selected regionally from various medical institutions in a celebration of “African Americans in Medicine.”

2020 Honorees

The Historic Riverside Church, New York City

Marwah Abdalla, MDMarwah Abdalla, MD
John Fontaine MDJohn Fontaine MD
Donna Mendes MD, FACSDonna Mendes MD, FACS
Dr. Beth OliverDr. Beth Oliver
Carlos Jose Rodriguez, MD, MPH, FAHA, FACCCarlos Jose Rodriguez, MD, MPH, FAHA, FACC

African Americans in Technology

Supporting the theme of this year’s annual multi-city tour, HFAS recognizes the contributions of African Americans in Technology selected regionally from across the technology industry in a celebration of “African Americans in Technology.”

2020 Honorees

The Historic Riverside Church, New York City

Gilda BarabinoGilda A. Barabino, Ph.D.
Eddie BrightEddie Bright
Roy GundyRoy Gundy
Zackarie LemelleZackarie Lemelle
Sheila McBrideSheila McBride
Elaine NormanElaine Norman
Gene WaddyGene Waddy
Anthony “Tony” MayoAnthony Mayo
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