Chichi Lovett will interview DC artist Rogelio Maxwell. His body of work includes photography, sculpture, paintings, prints, digital prints, mixed media and performance art.
Enjoy a delightful evening of classical, Gospel, and sacred music, featuring the music of composers of African descent, performed by some of our region’s top musicians.
Please note: RSVP’ing does not guarantee admission. Seating is first come, first serve. All patrons must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend.
In this video, Dr. Carter G. Woodson’s original idea for Negro History Week—which he selected as the second week of February—and his long-term goal of African American History becoming a natural part of American history, […]
Join Michael Zeldin for this important conversation on race in America with Don Lemon as they discuss his book, This Is The Fire: What I Say to My Friends About Racism. This frank conversation addresses […]
While the Frederick Douglass Home had been a place where people came to honor the legacy of the great abolitionist, it was only the third site honoring an African American when it entered the national […]
The first session will examine the history of medicine, clinical practice, and policies that have impacted African American health and contributed to disparities. The discussion will include the origins of American gynecology, Henrietta Lacks HeLa […]
12 February 11 AM ~ 1 PM Four teams, three students per team, representing Frostburg State University, Howard University, Morgan State University and Hampton University will test their knowledge of African American History and Diaspora […]