Join us for the YouTube Premiere of Art of Inclusion: AFB100 Concert & Celebration. Images from left to right: Amadou & Mariam, Haben Girma, Kirk Adams, Aloe Blacc, Sean Allan Krill, Marcus Roberts, Jennah Bell, and Matthew Whitaker

Save the Date: March 4 at 7 PM Eastern!

We're celebrating our 100th anniversary with the “Art of Inclusion” concert and gala, featuring a star-studded cast of artists and leaders committed to equity and inclusion. This free virtual gala will be co-hosted by Haben Girma, author of the best-selling memoir Haben: The Deafblind Woman Who Conquered Harvard Law, and our own president and CEO Kirk Adams, Ph.D. – with performances by Grammy-nominated artists Amadou & Mariam and Marcus Roberts, jazz pianist Matthew Whitaker, Tony-nominated actor and singer Sean Allan Krill, songwriter and singer Jennah Bell, hip-hop artist Aloe Blacc, and more!

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