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Black History Month: Virtual Events That Celebrate and Honor Black Culture
Black History Month: Virtual Events That Celebrate and Honor Black Culture
Collection by Eventbrite
Black History Month is more than just a reflection on the past. It’s also about celebrating the present (and the future) of Black culture. In this curated collection, Eventbrite is putting a spotlight on virtual events that will not only teach you about Black history, but will showcase Black excellence in its many forms: food, film, comedy, music, literature, and more. These are events that energize, educate, and entertain — all while honoring and celebrating Black culture.
Black History Month: Virtual Events That Celebrate and Honor Black Culture
Black History Month: Virtual Events That Celebrate and Honor Black Culture
Black History Month: Virtual Events That Celebrate and Honor Black Culture
Black History Month: Virtual Events That Celebrate and Honor Black Culture
Collection by Eventbrite
Black History Month is more than just a reflection on the past. It’s also about celebrating the present (and the future) of Black culture. In this curated collection, Eventbrite is putting a spotlight on virtual events that will not only teach you about Black history, but will showcase Black excellence in its many forms: food, film, comedy, music, literature, and more. These are events that energize, educate, and entertain — all while honoring and celebrating Black culture.
Black History Month is more than just a reflection on the past. It’s also about celebrating the present (and the future) of Black culture. In this curated collection, Eventbrite is putting a spotlight on virtual events that will not only teach you about Black history, but will showcase Black excellence in its many forms: food, film, comedy, music, literature, and more. These are events that energize, educate, and entertain — all while honoring and celebrating Black culture.

Join moderator Christina Hartlieb, the executive director of the Harriet Beecher Stowe House, to discuss the themes and tension of "Do the Right Thing," one of Spike Lee's most visceral films. One thing to consider: Did Lee's character, Mookie, do the right thing?

Celebrate Black History Month and LGBTQIA+ Month with a talk featuring teachers and authors Lama Rod Owens, Ruth King and Simran Uppal. They'll explore anger in our current political time, the creative energy of rage, and love.

Some of the best Black comics in the Bay Area will grace your screen and make you forget all about the dumpster fire that is 2020 — at least for an hour or so.

Black and Brown beauty destination Thirteen Lune is going live with industry experts, including Lauren Napier Beauty on Feb. 23. On Feb. 28, Thirteen Lune co-founder Nyakio Grieco will discuss how to create a loyal following and grow n the beauty industry.

Get step-by-step instructions as you create a canvas masterpiece that honors giants in African American history and enjoy curated music. Just provide your own supplies at home.

Say it loud: Black history goes way beyond slavery. In this event, guest speakers, spoken word performers, and more celebrate rich Black history and recognize that Black people have been talented pioneers and inventors in a variety of fields.

Melaneyes Media hosts a free family Black History Game Night every Sunday this month. Upcoming nights focus on science and inventors and sports and entertainment.

This mixed level vinyasa yoga class is open to all levels. Instructor Marquita Rene will guide students on meditation, pranayama (breathwork) and sequenced asanas (poses). The class is free, and she’ll provide a list of organizations you can support to #flowforacause.

Bestselling author Anne Lamott discusses her latest book, an inspiring guide to restoring hope and joy in our lives.

This roundtable discussion on Jillian Hernandez's book discusses how Black and Latina girls' "excessive" aesthetics are both sexualized by middle-class aesthetic values, while being appropriated by the contemporary art scene.

Historian Dr Hannah-Rose Murray guides you to six sites in London where African American activists made historic impact in the global effort to abolish the slave trade in the 18th century. Their testimonies and appearances throughout the TK were pivotal to the movement.

Antiracist scholar Ibram X. Kendi chronicles the history of anti-Black racist ideas and their staggering power over the course of American history in "Stamped From the Beginning." PCISJ will hold five separate virtual Book Group discussions on the book, each featuring a historian.

"Before Black Lives Matter, they must be understood," says Dr. Matthew C. Whitaker, a historian, diversity, equity, inclusion leader, and motivational speaker. He leads this interactive webinar series, which focuses on a different topic and era each week.

Renowned music writers Regina Bradley, Adam Gussow, and Claudrena Harold have chronicled everything from Atlanta hip-hop to gospel history. They'll speak on this panel about the ways American identity has been created by the sounds of the Black community.

Women of color are welcome to this free interactive masterclass, where a different topic is explored monthly through the lens of Black feminism.

Take a virtual visit to Central Harlem and Spanish Harlem for a stunning exploration of local street art, walks of fme, and statues honoring local woman. A Q&A with the licensed NYC tour guide follows the interactive presentation.

From the Underground Railroad to the Great Migration, Jazz Age to Motown, the Motor City has been a crucial part of Black history. Tour guide Jamon Jordan's Black History Month installment of his Detroit Black History series will delve deep into the the city's culture.

In honor of Black History Month, learn to prepare foods that celebrate Black roots and culture in this interactive cooking class with chef Sheena SheWins. All participants will get a grocery list and prep instructions via email ahead of the class.