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Black Excellence: Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Black Excellence: Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Collection by Eventbrite
It’s easy to find examples of Black excellence — just look to some of your favorite films, music, food, comedians, and books. Eventbrite’s experts have tracked down virtual events that celebrate the best of Black culture through entertaining performances and thought-provoking talks.
Black Excellence: Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Black Excellence: Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Black Excellence: Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Black Excellence: Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Collection by Eventbrite
It’s easy to find examples of Black excellence — just look to some of your favorite films, music, food, comedians, and books. Eventbrite’s experts have tracked down virtual events that celebrate the best of Black culture through entertaining performances and thought-provoking talks.
It’s easy to find examples of Black excellence — just look to some of your favorite films, music, food, comedians, and books. Eventbrite’s experts have tracked down virtual events that celebrate the best of Black culture through entertaining performances and thought-provoking talks.

The Langston Hughes Library in New York presents this series to raise awareness of Black history and culture and encourage thought-provoking conversation. Participate live to learn about historical figures, navigating intergenerational conversations, and more.

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. celebrates the debut of his four-part PBS documentary "Making Black America" by gathering scholars, politicians, cultural leaders, and friends to discuss the history of social networks and organizations created by and for Black people.

A representative for the Sheffield Museums takes attendees on a journey through centuries of African art and shares highlights from its related collection — including a peek at works not currently on public display.

Learn about how a history of resistance can show up in style and dress during this presentation exploring the use of design and fashion to assert African heritage and identity in the Caribbean, and Africa’s wider diaspora.

The Center for Black Literature hosts a literary salon where authors Dolen Perkins-Valdez, Maurice Carlos Ruffin, and Tiphanie Yanique come together to discuss the authentic representation of Black love in literature.

Dreaming of succeeding like Shonda Rhimes or just want to help other Black creatives with Hollywood dreams? Join this biweekly workshop to have your script read by a group and to offer feedback to other aspiring screenwriters.

Join other Black women and girls at this gathering celebrating the 30th anniversary of nonprofit organization Be Present, which campions Black female leaders who are building "an inclusive movement for social justice."

Cultivate joy and radical self-care in this yoga class just for the Black community.

Get your kids off to a good start when you help them discover great storytelling, build confidence, and gain respect for literacy.

You're no scaredy cat, right? Join Northwestern scholar Dr. Robin R. Means Coleman to hear about her thoughts on what horror books and movies can teach us about social justice — and the unique contributions of Black women to the genre.

The company you keep can affect your professional progress. Network with Black entrepreneurs and learn technology tips as you pursue your personal goals.

Orator and abolitionist Frederick Douglass had notable accomplishments in the United States, but did you know his influence extended abroad? This virtual tour reveals locations in Britain and Ireland where Douglass visited and made an impact, including London and Dublin.

Yes, it's a provocative title. Sign up anyway, and learn how Pamela Roberts — a producer, historian, and author — took a five-year journey to tell the story of Black intellectual James Arthur Harley, and why stories about Black history are so important.

You don't have to confine your study of Black history to the month of February. This monthly class allows you to drop in a soak up more than 400 years of history, adding more depth to your understanding of the Black people in America and their accomplishments.

Want to learn from other Black families who run family businesses? Join this online community to laugh, learn, and network with other BIPOC individuals who are following their entrepreneurial dreams.

A monthly class on the journey of Africans and African Americans through history. This class consists of 12 monthly lessons on Black History.

Do you know the history of Black superheroes? Comic book aficionados reveal how these fictional heroes were created, and how these characters have affected real-life presentations of Black people in the media.

If you can't travel to London, do the next best thing and take this virtual walking tour highlighting six sites where African American activists made an important impact on the UK landscape.

The Caribbean Carnival tradition is about more than costumes, music, and dance. Join Black history educator Linford Sweeney to earn about the event's complex origins, which draw inspiration from 18th-century European masquerades and African traditions.

Go behind the scenes of a museum that shines light on stories of Black excellence in Rhode Island, learning about people like opera singer Sissieretta Jones, Black Victorian power couple Edward and Christiana Bannister, and entrepreneur Elleanor Eldridge.

It's academic: Attend this session with members of the Black Ivy League for help with navigating the preparation for Ivy League admissions and pursuing educational success.

Black travel influencers share tips on how to create and market your brand, make a living while travel, and grow the industry. Let's go!

Begin with a guided meditation before you join this supportive space that allows real talk about your experiences in the workplace, a discussion of how to adopt self-care practices, and a celebration and centering of the Black experience.

Join the Great Plains Black History Museum for a discussion about the rich history of 10 different Historically Black Colleges & Universities and the role they have played in educating African Americans.

Josephine Baker found success on Broadway before finding fame as a dancer in Europe — but she also dedicated herself life to fighting racism. This Sunday session for young people explores the legacy of Baker's work as an activist who centered Black pride.