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5 Things To Do in NYC This Weekend

The weekend is coming and it’s time to get out of the house! Since no one seems to be clubbing anymore we pulled together a few events for you to check out this weekend. There’s something for every side of you from getting some culture to getting some food on your plate. NYC has everything so try something new!

READ: 4 Reasons Millennials Are Over the Club Scene

Activist New York

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All weekend; 10am-6pm

Check out 400 years of social activism in NYC from the 17th century right up to what happened with Black Lives Matter last week!

Design Essentials Natural Hair Showstoppers

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Sally’s Beauty Supply Spring Creek Gateway Shopping Center, Brooklyn

Saturday; 3pm-4pm

If you’re a naturalista product junkie than you can try out Design Essential’s newest products for free! Show up with clean hair and you might get a consult with a natural hair expert!

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Chocolat Restaurant Lounge, Harlem

Saturday & Sunday; 10am-4:30pm

The music at Chocolat during brunch will have you wanting to get up and move, but the cheese grits and red velvet pancakes on your plate will be calling you right back to your seat.

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The Bahche, Brooklyn

Saturday; 7pm

Check out some dope art from NYC artists and listen to some of the city’s most talented poets and musicians at this mixer.  Proceeds go towards helping to build water wells in Haiti.

Uptown Hall/Race & Privilege: Exploring MLK’s Two Americas

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Apollo Theater, Harlem

Sunday; 3pm

Close out Martin Luther King Jr. weekend with a trip to the historic Apollo Theater to check out this panel on race and privilege.

Ariel Leconte

Ariel Leconte

Ariel is the Associate Editor of Jawbreaker and creator of Revolutionary In Pink Pumps blog. She is equally obsessed with social justice, lipstick, culture, and red wine.