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Speaker Barron Jones ACLU
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Monday, Feb. 8 – Check out Journey of an African Colony, hosted by Olasupo Shasore, on Netflix.
Tuesday, Feb. 9 – National Museum of African American History & Culture: Persona Poetry + Phyllis Wheatley, 12 p.m. Eastern Time. Register here.
Wednesday, Feb. 10 – Langston Hughes Library: Good for Your Soul: Cooking Dominican Style Chicken, 6 p.m. Eastern Time. Register here.
Thursday, Feb. 11 – Smithsonian: Objects and Social Justice – Race and Medicine, 5 p.m. Eastern Time. Watch here.
Friday, Feb. 12 – United States Patent and Trademark Office: Black History Month Celebration: A Focus on Business, 12 p.m. Eastern Time. Register here.
Saturday, Feb. 13 – See Chadwick Boseman’s final performance in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom on Netflix.
Sunday, Feb. 14 – Learn to make Nigerian party fried rice from SisiYemmieTV. Video here.
Monday, Feb. 15 – National Conference on Race and Ethnicity: Black Males Navigating Historically White Institutions. Watch anytime here.
Tuesday, Feb. 16 – Watch Mississippi civil rights documentary Fannie Lou Hamer: Stand Up on PBS.
Wednesday, Feb. 17 – The National WWII Museum: War Service as Civil Rights Activism, 12 p.m. Eastern Time. Livestream here.
Thursday, Feb. 18 – Library of Congress: Giants of Racial Justice, 7 p.m. Eastern Time. Watch here.
Friday, Feb. 19 – Howard University: Re-Shaping US-Africa Policy and the Role of HBCUs Symposium, 9 a.m. Eastern Time. Register here.
Saturday, Feb. 20 – Watch Black Is King, a visual album by Beyoncé, on Disney+.
Sunday, Feb. 21 – The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History: Learning from the Germans: Race & Memory, 3 p.m. Eastern Time. Register here.
Monday, Feb. 22 – Teaching Tolerance: Latinx History Is Black History. Watch anytime here.
Tuesday, Feb. 23 – National Museum of African American History & Culture: The Economic Impact of COVID-19 on the African American Community, 7 p.m. Eastern Time. Watch here.
WBuilding on the Success in Georgia, 4 p.m. Eastern Time. Join here.
Thursday, Feb. 25 – National Archives: The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity, 7 p.m. Eastern Time. Watch here.
Friday, Feb. 26 – Smithsonian: Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon for Black History Month, 10 p.m. Eastern Time. Register here.
Saturday, Feb. 27 – Watch Regina King’s directorial debut, One Night in Miami, on Prime Video.
Sunday, Feb. 28 – Royal Society of Chemistry: Celebrating Black History. Watch anytime here.
Monday, Feb. 1 – The National WWII Museum: Eugene Bullard: Hero of Two World Wars. See here for background information about the event.
Tuesday, Feb. 2 – National Museum of African American History & Culture: Four Hundred Souls, Ibram Kendi, Keisha Blain. Watch the recording here.
Wednesday, Feb. 3 – American Museum of Natural History: Museums and Race. See here for background information about the event.
ack History Month Virtual Events & Activities Calendar
Thursday, Feb. 4 – National Archives: South to Freedom: Runaway Slaves to Mexico, 1 p.m. Eastern Time. Watch here.
Friday, Feb. 5 – Yale University, Afro-Puerto Rican Bomba Dance Workshop, 4 p.m. Eastern Time. Register here.
Saturday, Feb. 6 – The Association for the Study of African American Life and History: Foodways, Culture and Traditions in the African American Family, 12 p.m. Easteednesday, Feb. 24 – SPLC Black Affinity Group: rn Time. Watch here.
Sunday, Feb. 7 – Try an heirloom red velvet cake recipe from Divas Can Cook. Video and recipe here.
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