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

We've got you covered on what to see, listen to and support this week. From watching Nicole Beharie and Lyndie Greenwood in 'Sleepy Hollow' to enjoying a day of creativity and inspiration with Malik Yoba, and cozying up with Mat Johnson's book, 'Loving Day.'

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Tonight, Beharie returns as officer Abby Mills in the third season of the TV hit show Sleepy Hollow. Lyndie Greenwood co-stars. Pass the popcorn, please!

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Founded and hosted by actor Malik Yoba, this pop culture summit is the only of its kind to bring celebrities together to raise money, share knowledge and create for the benefit of social good. Attendees will enjoy a day of creative, inspirational and spiritual activities including morning yoga, co-creation workshops and brilliant presentations. 

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ESSENCE Books editor Patrik Henry Bass writes:

In Loving Day, we meet biracial Warren Duffy, who has returned to Philadelphia after his marriage to a Welsh woman unravels, his comic shop in Cardiff, Wales, goes out of business and his Irish-American father dies. It's hardly grist for a funny novel, but once Warren moves into what he believes is a haunted mansion, all hell breaks loose. You will marvel at the finesse with which Johnson handles this story.

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This Saturday, Zoe Kravitz and her band LolaWolf will be performing at Afropunk in Atlanta. Also on the line up are D'Angelo, Tyler the Creator and Public Enemy, to name a few. Get your tickets! 

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Artist Martine Syms created art inspired by the popular saying, "everybody wanna be a Black woman but nobody wanna be a Black woman." She used the saying to influence her use of performance gestures as art. The exhibition closes November 1.

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Join other fashion writers, bloggers and brands in Brooklyn to discuss social media, branding and the do's and dont's of developing an online presence. 

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This year's A3C Festival features over 500 performances from legendary artists, including De La Soul, Rakim and Ryan Leslie, just to name a few. Be sure to get your tickets and get your whole life. The happenings will be in Atlanta from October 7th to the 11th.