Black History month calls to celebrate all the fearless leaders who have fought for equal rights. February reminds us of the resilience of the African Americans and what they had to endure.
Miami is hosting some events to never forget anyone’s hard work
In person events include:
Dennis Manuel: The Eye of Afropunk”
Dennis Manuel captures the explosion of expressing alternative Black realities found within the AFROPUNK movement as it continues to diverge a lane for historical black representation to be made
The exhibit will be on display Thursdays through Sundays, from Feb. 4 to March 13
Trunk Town Market: This periodic outdoor market is presenting a special edition to kick off Black History Month, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 31 at Virginia Key Beach Park, 4020 Virginia Beach Drive, Miami. Expect a live auction, food trucks, a jazz performance and more. Admission to the market is free,
Here are some online events:
The Heritage Fest virtually on Feb. 20. @ 3pm
The Arsht Center for Performing Arts is presenting Heritage Fest 2021, a multidisciplinary daylong celebration at performance and culture in Miami. This event is Tune in to learn about Miami’s Pan-African history, take a virtual tour, take in beautiful choreography, create a work of art and more.
The Heritage Project online salon series will be on Feb 24 @ 5:30 pm.
Here you will explore the economic impact and cultural significance of Black trailblazers in the arts.
“Virtual Spoken Word: A Tribute to Black History”
Online Feb. 3 from 6 to 7:30 p.m @ Miami-Dade College-Hialeah Campus