US Black History Month highlighted at the Centre

In February 1926, historian Carter G. Woodson, the son of former slaves, initiated Negro History Week to encourage African Americans to study their own history. Fifty years later, as the United States celebrated its bicentennial in 1976, President Gerald Ford designated February as Black History Month. Since then, Americans of all races have explored the history and contributions of African Americans during the month of February. In 2012, the theme of Black History Month is Black Women in American Culture and History.

Akeelah and the BeeIn celebration of Black History Month and as the first of its monthly themed events, the U.S. Embassy is hosting Movie Day.  On March 8, about 60 primary school students will view the movie “Akeelah and the Bee”. In addition, Black History Month posters will be displayed at The George Price Centre for Peace and Development throughout the month of February.


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