Do It Today: Guy Davis sings at the Straz and the Darfur/Darfur video installation in St. Pete

In honor of Genocide and Human Rights Awareness Month, the Florida Holocaust Museum hosts Darfur/Darfur, an international traveling exhibit of photos documenting the past and present genocides in Darfur, forcing viewers to examine the atrocious human rights violations that are often so easy to ignore in our comfortable daily routines. It's on display April 1-30, but tonight marks one of the last opportunites to see a special multimedia presentation of the exhibit projected on the museum's exterior. The free screening begins each night at dusk through April 7. Upcoming GHRAM events include an appearance by Pulitzer-winning New York Times writer Nicholas Kristof, who presents "Reporting the Truths of the World" (7 p.m. Tues., April 6, The Palladium Theater, 253 Fifth Ave. N., St. Petersburg, free); "Holocaust Memory in a Time of Forgetting" a lecture and Yom HaShoah commemoration with Clifford Chanin (2 p.m. Sun., April 11, Florida Holocaust Museum, St. Petersburg, free); and a discussion with Immaculee Ilibagiza, survivor of the Rwandan genocide and author of Left to Tell (7 p.m. Weds., April 14, University of South Florida, Campus Activities Center, 140 Seventh Ave. S., St. Petersburg, free). Darfur/Darfur, Florida Holocaust Museum, 55 5th St. S., St. Petersburg.

The son of actors Ruby Dee and the late Ossie Davis, Guy Davis is a self-taught acoustic bluesman with finger-picking skills who also plays five-string banjo and harmonica, sings in a soulful, velvety tone, and writes songs inspired by his grandparents’ stories of the rural South. Davis is constantly looking for ways to combine his love of music and acting, like in his off-Broadway one-man show, In Bed with the Blues: The Adventures of Fishy Waters, but mostly, he just continues to produce new music and released his 13th studio album, Sweetheart Like You – which includes his take on Bob Dylan’s classic song of the same name – last year. 7:30 p.m. Mon., April 5, Straz Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N. MacInnes Place, Tampa, $25.50,—Leilani Polk

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