Celebrate Black History Month

Black Cultural Library Advocates staff members
Join our Black Cultural Library Advocates for special events honoring Black culture and heritage.

 

The History of African Storytelling
February 1
Central Library

Black History Month Film Fest
Saturdays in February
February 1: Mavis!
February 8: Moonlight
February 15: Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise
February 22: Rafiki
St. Johns Library

Songs from Vanport Musical
February 2
Wayfinding's Academy

Hadisi ya Tuamini — Swahili Storytelling
February 5
Midland Library

African American Read-In
February 8
North Portland Library

Urban Head Wrapping
February 8
Rockwood Library

South African Gumboot and Pantsula Dance Performance
February 8
Albina Library 
February 10
Kenton Library

A Place Called Home: From Vanport to Albina
February 12
Midland Library
February 24
Northwest Library

Story Hour with Nikki Brown Clown
February 14
Central Library
February 16
Rockwood Library

The HeART Gallery
February 15
Rockwood Library

Honoring Black Heritage Through Art
February 16
Kenton Library

Ken Burns' Central Park Five Movie Screening
February 16
Central Library

Power to the People: The Black Panther Party's Legacy in Albina
February 16
Rose City Book Pub
February 23
North Portland Library
February 29
St. Johns Library

I Love Being Me
February 21
North Portland Library

I Never Knew There Were So Many Books About Us!
February 22
Hollywood Library

Black History Month Tribute To Toni Morrison
February 22
North Portland Library

Keep the Beat!
February 29
North Portland Library

 

Several libraries will also feature Black History Month displays in February: Albina, Central, Gregory Heights, Hollywood, Kenton, Midland, North Portland, Rockwood and St. Johns. 

 

Comments

would love to tell family story of slavery and show pictures because must people think it was so long ago
@Carey Yes, it was a long time ago, but the effects of slavery are still with us and affect everyone in America! Read "1619" at nytimes.com/1619.

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