Experience episode I of “Black History, Continued.”

Join us 4/27 for ‘‘How Do We Learn to Dream?’’
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The New York Times Events | Black History Continued | How Do We Learn To Dream | April 27 | 7 p.m. E.T. | R.S.V.P.
Veronica Chambers
Our dreams inspire an ever-expanding universe of creation — from comic books and movies to art and poetry. And in the right hands, they can even spark transformational change. What inspires us to dream big? To not only imagine a better world, but work to make it a reality?

Join us for the first event in our new series ‘‘Black History, Continued,’’ as we explore the mysterious alchemy of imagination through conversation, verse, art and song.
Come Dream With Us
Words From Nikki Giovanni The iconic poet and university distinguished professor at Virginia Tech shares her writing, and her wisdom.
Music From Estelle The Grammy Award-winning singer performs her song ‘‘Conqueror’’ from the hit show ‘‘Empire.’’  
Ideas From Peter Ramsey and N. K. Jemisin Veronica moderates a wide-ranging conversation with the director of ‘‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,’’ Peter Ramsey, the author N. K. Jemisin and Estelle.
Inspiration From Young Artists The Times’s John Eligon talks with Brandon Dasent, Ashanti Scott and Thandiwe Abdullah — three bold young activists whose dreams of a more just and equitable society have inspired them to action.  
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