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Macy’s is one of very few department stores that celebrate Black History Month and this year is no different. Select Macy’s across the country are preparing to salute rising icons of African American culture! Macy’s recognizes that African American actors, artists and performers have been commanding the spotlight for decades, but the newest generation of trendsetters is in a class all its own. I will be attending the “In Conversation” with actress Jurnee Smollet-Bell and singer Monica in Center City Philadelphia on February 4th at 5:30 PM.
As an actress, Jurnee has won awards for her role in The Great Debaters and has starred in multiple TV and movie roles. Meet her just in time to ask her about her new show, Underground, airing on WGN America this spring. The “In Conversation” an entertaining look at the next wave of African American cultural luminaries and taste makers! There will be a special reception following the discussion. Plus, make any $25 purchase during an event and get a chance to meet Jurnee, snap a photo with her, and receive a copy of Monica’s latest album Code Red!