Black History Resources - A Sampling
Celebrating Black History at Carnegie Hall
To recognize the rich contribution of Black artists and thought leaders to our history, Carnegie Hall created Celebrating Black History at Carnegie Hall, a virtual exhibit for Google Arts & Culture's impressive collection of more than 4,000 items, inviting visitors to explore a range of material covering Black history and culture—from organizations and archives large and small—brought together in more than 80 exhibits by 50 partners. From the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra to digitized historical records of slave reellions and resitance, Frederick Douglass, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Google’s Black History and Culture provides unprecedented access to visitors throughout the year.
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One Night in Miami
All In the fight for democracy
I Am Not Your Negro
28 ways to celebrate Black History Month.
The quest for Racial Justice
Follow the Gazette's Coverage of the ongoing protest and movement against systemic racisim in the nation.
King Arthur baking
To commemorate Black History Month, King Arthur commissioned a Black independent filmmaker named Kamari Bright to create a short film inspired by the intersection of baking and being Black. Click here
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Black History is American History
Black History part 2
Under browse - go to “Black History”
Say “black experience” into the voice remote
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