The Black Girl's Guide: 7 Things to Do, See and Hear This Week

From attending Jay-Z's 'Made in America' concert to cozying up with Dr. Tweedy's memoir 'Black Man in a White Coat,' we've got you covered on what to see, listen to and support this week.

Imani Brammer Sep, 01, 2015

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Jay-Z's music festival is here and, of course, it touts the most insane line-up of artists. Expect to see Beyonce, J Cole, Jidenna, and Zoe Karavitz with her band Lola Wolf, just to name a few. It's going to be one epic festival of goodness! 

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Open Road Films has decided to give you another shot to see the coming-of-age movie this summer. Grab your girls and make it a date this Friday to see this awesome 90's hip-hop story.

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Dr. Damon Tweedy writes a compelling memoir about his experience dealing with race, bias and the unique health problems amongst African-Americans. 

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Monica is having a meet and greet in Alabama to promote her new album, Code Red. To get your meet and greet ticket, head over to iTunes to purchase Monica's latest single, "Just Right For Me," featuring Lil Wayne. Have fun and remember to take lots of selfies! 

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Pencils of Promise works with global communities to build schools and create programs that provide educational opportunities for children. Help Pencils of Promise photographer Nick Onken reach his goal of $35,000 to build a school in Ghana for children in need of better opportunities. 

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To all the Big Sean fans in Texas, you're in luck! In partnership with Coors Light, Big Sean will be performing this Saturday, alongside Tory Lanez and  Carlton Zeus.  

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In the spirit of Lauryn Hill, the Still Miseducated Exhibition by fine artist Imani Shanklin-Roberts, curated by millennial collective The Culture LP, unveiled captivating interactive art influenced by the lyrics of Lauryn Hill. Now, Roberts and The Culture LP have collaborated once again to dig deeper. At the #StillMiseducatedArtistTalk, Roberts and co-host of SiriusXM's 'Sway In The Morning,' Tracy G will discuss self-love, romance, identity and womanhood. Starting At 7pm, guests will enjoy an open mic, food vendors and live art by Sophia Dawson. The talk will start at 9pm.