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Since the 1970s, NAACP has dedicated the month of February as an exceptional period for the Black community as they devote 28 days – 29 if they're lucky – to commemorate all things Black. Black History Month is celebrated across the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany and Netherlands, and from school systems to television networks, many organizations recognize the month by building Black history into their programming during the month of February.Find out more »
Join the California African American Museum for the program Four Hundred Souls: A Community History of African America, 1619-2019, editors Ibram X. Kendi and Keisha N. Blain have assembled an extraordinary chorus of voices that includes ninety writers.Find out more »
Looking for a ride with a cause? Ride for Black Lives offers rides Saturday mornings, check their website for more information. Please wear a mask and follow COVID-19 safety guidelines. From Ride for Black Lives: Our mission is to create habitual community participation and growth. Building a community within the cycling world and using that as a vehicle to spread love peace and unity. We are here to keep the conversation going for the necessary changes needed within our…Find out more »
Each month, educators from the National Portrait Gallery will partner with colleagues from across the Smithsonian to discuss how historical objects from their respective collections speak to today’s social justice issues. For this program, NMAAHC Public Programs Department Academic and Social Justice Lead Leslie P. Walker will have a discussion with NPG colleague Beth Evans about race and medicine as represented by related objects.Find out more »
Looking for a ride with a cause? Join the East Side Riders for their Ride the Love! Please wear a mask and follow COVID-19 Safety guidelines.Find out more »
Join the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People for their second annual BHM Fest continues to be about celebrating and showcasing the richness of African American culture to our community.Find out more »
The LA Chinatown Firecracker Run is virtual this year! Check out their website on how to particiapte! From the organizers: The Los Angeles Chinatown Firecracker 5/10K Run/Walk is the largest and longest-running Lunar New Year charity run in the United States. Established in 1978, Firecracker has since grown to include a Bike Ride, Kiddie Run and Dog Walk and serves the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area with support from the City of Los Angeles. All proceeds are reinvested into the…Find out more »
Learn more about Women's History Month from the Smithsonian and Library of Congress March is Women's History Month. Join us in commemorating women's vital role in American History with The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution, and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.Find out more »
Join us in celebrating Women's History Month with the Los Angeles Public Library. They will be hosting events, reads, and podcasts all month long, so click on the link below to get started.Find out more »
Join us in celebrating Women's History Month with Windy Barnes as she presents Iconic Women of Color. The program is entertaining, complete with live musical selections and insightful monologues from each character portrayed. Some of these historical figures include Rosa Parks, Coretta Scott King, Harriet Tubman, Billie Holiday, Lena Horne, Aretha Franklin, and Whitney Houston.Find out more »