How Are You Celebrating Black History Month?

February brings a multitude of programs and activities to educate and raise awareness about Black history.  Shay Stewart-Bouley and Debby Irving offer “6 Tips for White People Who Want to Celebrate Black History.”

Below is a list of a few local events.  What are you doing? Let us know by commenting on this post.

Tracy K. Smith, USA Poet Laureate, Getting to Learn All About Her

Tuesdays, February 26–April 2, 1-3 pm, Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville.  Evergreen Forum Instructor: Gail Smith.  $85.00

Trenton Black History Month Celebrations

The Niceties by Eleanor Burgess

Through February 10, McCarter Theater, Princeton.  Tickets start at $25.

Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical by Laiona Michelle

Through February 24, George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick.

To My Unborn Child: A Love Letter from Fred Hampton by Richard Bradford.

February 8, 9, and 10, Passage Theater, Trenton. Tickets $27, Seniors $22, Students $13.

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2 Comments on “How Are You Celebrating Black History Month?

    • Thanks for your response. It would be great if you shared some of the titles you are reading.

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