Black History Month Virtual Events

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Below you'll find a resource guide filled with countless ways to celebrate Black History Month during the full month of February. From upcoming free virtual events to articles, learning courses, books, and movies.

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Date Time Event Description Link
February 17 12p.m. ET Anti-Blackness and Its Link to Racism, Power, and Privilege Register and RSVP
February 18 7:30p.m. ET Michael Eric Dyson: Long Time Coming: Reckoning with Race in America Register and RSVP
February 23 7p.m. ET Historically Speaking: The Economic Impact of COVID-19 on the African American Community Register and RSVP
February 25 7p.m. ET BLACKOUT History Month, The first all-black improv group in Minnesota Register and RSVP
February 27 2p.m. ET Anne and Emmett - Stage Play Produced by Ebony Road Players Register and RSVP
February 1 2-3p.m. ET The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History Culture HD Tour Register and RSVP
February 1 3-4p.m. ET Who Maps the Black Family: A Conversation About Black History Register and RSVP
February 1 6:30-7:30p.m. ET Mariano's Celebrates Black History Month with Chef Lamar Moore Register and RSVP
February 1 7p.m. ET World premiere of This Is My Brave: Stories from the Black Community Register and RSVP
February 2 4p.m. ET Black History Month - Let’s Talk: How to be Actively Anti-Racist with Cynthia Okafor Register and RSVP
February 2 6p.m. ET Rutgers University presents Singing the Nation into Being: The Many Lives of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” Register and RSVP
February 2 6p.m. ET Cooking with Soul with Chef LaKisha Harris Register and RSVP
February 2 7-8:30p.m. ET Historically Speaking: Four Hundred Souls – A Conversation with Ibram Kendi and Keisha N. Blain Register and RSVP
February 2 7:30p.m. ET James Oakes: The Crooked Path to Abolition: Abraham Lincoln and the Antislavery Constitution Register and RSVP
February 3 6p.m. ET Racial Equity for Resilient & Prosperous Families Register and RSVP
February 3 6p.m. ET Black Women and Political Leadership Register and RSVP
February 4 11-11:30a.m. ET Smithsonian Social Studies Online: Black History Month Livestream
February 4 3p.m. ET Abolition Citizenship: Frederick Douglass and Art Education Register and RSVP
February 4 6:30p.m. ET Do Right by Me: Learning to Raise Black Children in White Spaces Register and RSVP
February 4 8.m. ET Mills College Trans Studies Speaker Series: In Search of Our Black Queer Ancestors Register and RSVP
February 6 12-3p.m. ET Leaders and Legends Black History Month Exhibition Information
February 6 1p.m. ET Men of Change: Taking it to the Streets Opening Panel Discussion. Register and RSVP
February 8 6p.m. ET Black History/Black Experience/African American Poetry Night Register and RSVP
February 10 4p.m. ET Innovative Lives: Jessica O. Matthews Register and RSVP
February 11 10:30a.m. - 12p.m. ET Community + Conversation with a Docent, Double Victory Register and RSVP
February 11 2:30p.m. ET Finding the Harriet in You Register and RSVP
February 12 12-1:15p.m. ET Black History Month Celebration: A focus on business — Collaboration between artist Liz Montague and Google art director Angelica McKinley Register and RSVP
Title Watch
Black Lives Matter - The Making of the Mural in Minneapolis Watch
Save The Boards to Memorialize the Movement Watch
Through His Eyes: Youth Activism in The Civil Rights Era in Philadelphia Watch
Kids Explain Black History Month Watch
Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race-Read Aloud Watch
Hair Love | Oscar®-Winning Short Film (Full) Watch
PBS- Black History Month Watch
Title Online Link
Burlington County Times: Systemic racism is shaping our access to art. How East Coast art institutions strive for change Read
Oprah Magazine: The Reason Black History Month Is in February Read
NatGeo Kids: Black History Month Read
14 Powerful Quotes to Read During Black History Month Read
#SAYHERNAME: Towards a Gender Inclusive Movement for Black Lives Read
Apple celebrates Black History Month Read
Conversations with a Black Man by Emmanuel Acho Information
How to be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi Information
White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo Information
Remembering Jim Crow by William Henry Chafe Information
Me and White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad Information
Answering the Call by Nathaniel R. Jones Information
So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo Information
The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander Information
Overcoming Bias by Tiffany Jana and Matthew Freeman Information
Title Streaming Platform
42 Amazon
I Am Not Your Negro Netflix
Marshall Amazon
Remember The Titans Disney+
Hidden Figures Disney+
One Night In Miami... Amazon
When They See Us Netflix
Race at Work with Porter Braswell podcast series Listen
'Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man' Listen
Restaurant Address Website
Kings and Queens Liberian Cuisine 107 Fairfield Ave, Upper Darby, PA Link
Le Mandingue 6620 Woodland Ave, Philadelphia, PA Link
Shugar Shack Soul Food 45 North Chester Pike, Glenolden, PA Link
The Tattooed Pig 4405 Pennell Rd. Aston, PA Link
Chick-A-Boom 4626 Lancaster Ave, Philadelphia, PA Link
Buutchiis Grille 35 E. Butler Avenue, Ambler, PA Link
The Cheesecake Lady 910 Township Line Road, Elkins Park, PA Link
Go Vegan Philly 607 N. Lincoln Street, Wilmington, DE 19805 Link
Class Link
Microsoft eLesson: Unconscious Bias Link
Yale University: African American History Link
Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging for All Link
Diversity and inclusion in the workplace Link
Leading with Effective Communication (Inclusive Leadership Training) Link
Build an inclusive culture with Diversity & Inclusion Microlearning Program Link