Black History Month
An Extraordinay Calendar of Extraordinary Events: Black History Month, Brooklyn
Brooklyn has a host of sophisticated events for this February's calendar, in honor of African American History Month. You can hear Cornel West argue with Simon Critchley, watch WNYC's Leonard Lopate manage a top tier panel of intellectuals discuss education as a civil right, see a photo exhibit of several dozen leading diasporic women artists —...
Black History Month: What's Theme of This Year's African American History Month?
Black History Month: Learn about the theme of African American History Month in 2012.
Black History Month at Brooklyn Children's Museum
The Brooklyn Children's Museum runs special programs during Black History Month, geared for kids age 5 and under, and 6 and older.
What are the Themes for African-American History Month 2012,2013,2014,2015?
One way to celebrate or observe African American History month is to follow the "themes" set out by the Washington,DC organization that first initiated the idea of a Black History Month. Find out what themes are scheduled for African American History Month in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015.
What to Do with the Kids for Black History Month in New York: Brooklyn Events
Black History Month is an excellent time to educate the children about one of the toughest topics in the American historical lexicon: slavery. You can tackle it in many ways, but don't miss the chance to talk about the many roles played in American history by people of African heritage, including their artistic, intellectual and cultural...
Free Concerts: Music Calendar for African American History Month in Brooklyn
Enjoy excellent free concerts during African American history month, in Brooklyn. Check out the calendar of special events.
Medgar Evers College Kicks Off Black History Month Events
Find out what's happening for Black History Month in New York City: February 1-4 events at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn.
II. Medgar Evers College Continues Black History Month- Open to Public, Free
Find out the terrific roster of free, public programs are being held for Black History Month during the week of February 6-10th at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn. It's a window onto the issues facing African Americans today, from understanding the legal and justice system, to depictions in film and art of the struggles and accomplishments of...
Complete Calendar: Medgar Evers College Black History Month Films, Events (Free)
Brooklyn's Medgar Evers College, part of the CUNY system, is offering a rich menu of Black History Month Events, from films to discussions to lectures and author appearances. It's free and open to the public. Here, the complete calendar of events, week by week.
8 Black Love/Black Classics Movies: Black History Month Meets Valentine's Day
How to mix Valentine's Day on February 14th, with African American History Day? It turns out there's one good answer, provided by a local Brooklyn New York College. Find out how.
III.In Brooklyn, Medgar Evers College Has Free Programs for Black History Month
Week three of the Black History Month festival at Medgar Evers College includes Valentine's Day film showings of "black love/black classics," and features discussions and readings on medical apartheid, blacks in business, and African dance. It's an eclectic programs. Also free and open to the public. Find out what's happening, when.
IV. Medgar Evers Black History Month Events, Lectures, Films, Discussions
From a discussion of Henrietta Lacks, to questions about the history and relationship between blacks and Jews, to a discussion of health disparities, Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn hosts a lively program for Black History Month. Get the particulars.
Black History Month Grand Finale: Events at Medgar Evers College
Find out what's happening for Black History Month the last days of February, at the month long marathon event at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn.
Black History Month Programs at Brooklyn Public Library (Free)
A calendar of over a dozen excellent Black History Month programs at Brooklyn Public Library during February, 2012. All are free and open to the public