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    Barbara Jordan Exhibition

    The Barbara Jordan Freedom Foundation displays an interactive exhibit of the politician, policymaker, and activist's life.
    Through Feb. 22. Free.
    Texas Capitol Rotunda, 1100 Congress
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    Early Voting

    Cast your ballot for the 2020 joint primaries early. Sites throughout the city and county will open polling places. Need help deciding who to vote for and learning the issues? Check out austinchronicle.com/elections for our ongoing coverage.
    Feb. 18-28
    Anywhere you see "Vote Here"
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    Black Art Matters

    Austin Justice Coalition's annual art show and fundraiser highlights criminal justice, social justice, and the Black Lives Matter movement through artists of color. This space will be dedicated to the exploration of how artists of color share their uniqueness with the world and how social justice work can aid them in their journey. There's a silent auction where each artist will donate one art piece, with proceeds going toward Austin Justice Coalition and its continued work to help and support the people of Austin, and all artists will keep their personal sales to encourage economic support of local Black artists.
    Sat., Feb. 22, 7-10pm. $20 suggested donation.  
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    Carnaval Brasileiro

    Austin's Brazilian-style Mardi Gras since 1978 offers five hours of nonstop live music that compels revelers to stay on the dance floor all night. Outrageous costumes provide an outlet for Austin's creative juices to flow, not to mention abundant eye candy. It has been described as a rave with live music. Grab your glitter, sequins, feathers, etc. and get ready to dance the night away!
    Sat., Feb. 22, 9pm-2am. $35 online, $45 at the door.  
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    How to Spot Disinformation

    As elections approach, we'll be bombarded with email, tweets, articles, editorials, opinions in print media, social media, and elsewhere. How do we tell fact from fiction? This meeting will cover how to identify disinformation, how to share responsibly on social media, how to tell when a bot or foreign agent is the source of information, and understanding what attracts people to "alternative facts." Panelists include UT School of Journalism professor Dr. Sharon Strover and Jessica Collier of the UT Center for Media Engagement.
    Sat., Feb. 22, 2-4pm. Free.  
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    That Takes the Cake!

    Do you like cake? Do you like amazing works of art? Looking for an awesome event with things to see and do for all ages? Then this sugar art show and cake competition is for you.
    Sat., Feb. 22, 11am-6pm. $12 and up; kids 12 & under, free.  
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