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2021 Black History Month Programming

National Multicultural Western

Heritage Museum Present…2021 Event Schedule
for Black History Month

Click the Events Below for Additional Information

 

Feb. 1st-March 31st, Lenora Rolla Heritage Center Museum Eighth Annual Juried Art Show

Feb. 5th 12PM, Rotary Meeting
“Why we should have an African American Museum.”

Feb. 9th 9AM-10:30AM, Stockyards Coffee Hour 
Located Virtually

Feb. 12th  2PM, Registration Deadline for Annual Prostate Cancer Screening Event 

Feb. 12th 8PM-12AM, An Evening of Blues Concert Located at The Warehouse

Feb. 13th  The 7th Annual Prostate Cancer Screening Event

Located Virtually

 

Feb. 13th 8PM-12AM, Valentine’s Celebration Concert

Located at The Warehouse

 

Feb. 14th 5PM-8PM, A Night of Love Concert

Located at The Warehouse 

 

Feb. 18th 7PM-10PM, Showtime Winners at The Warehouse 2021

Located at The Warehouse

 

Feb. 19th Day at The Stockyards

Located at The Stockyards

The Herd 11:30AM & 4PM

Rodeo 8PM

 

Feb. 19th 10PM, Jimmie Allen

Located at Billy Bobs Texas

 

Feb. 21st 2PM, A Night of Black Excellence 

Virtual Benefit by Fort Worth Opera

 

Feb. 23rd-26th, Burlington Northern Technology Day

Located Virtually

 

Feb. 27th, The Black Male Wellness Outdoor Health Fair

Located at New Mount Rose Missionary Baptist Church

 

Feb. 27th 3PM, State Fair Classic Spring Game, Prairie View vs. Grambling State

Located at Dallas Cotton Bowl Stadium

 

For further questions or information

E-mail: receptionist@cowboysofcolor.org

Office Number: 817-922-9999

Website: www.cowboysofcolor.org

L. Clifford Davis Legal Association Black History MonthCelebration & Watch Party – February 20, 2021, 6PM CST.

Please join us as we celebrate Black History Month, and support a local black owned business, at our Black History Month Celebration & Watch Party. This year with help from the Jubilee Theater, we will stream Hoodoo Love by Katori Hall.
 

 

 The National Museum of African

American History and Culture (NMAAHC)

Black History Month Programs:

 

Historically Speaking: Four Hundred Souls

A Conversation with Ibram X. Kendi and Keisha N. Blain

Tuesday, February 2 ǀ 7 p.m. Eastern Free Online

For their newly edited volume Four Hundred Souls: A Community History of African America, 1619-2019, renowned scholars Ibram X. Kendi (How to Be an Antiracist) and Keisha N. Blain (Set the World on Fire) invited 90 talented writers to document the 400-year journey of African Americans.

Join editors Kendi and Blain for an extraordinary discussion with contributors Annette Gordon Reed (Harvard University) and Herb Boyd (City University of New York), during which they’ll examine eras including slavery, Reconstruction, and segregation — and their sustained impact on the United States today.

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NMAAHC Kids: Joyful Fridays

Fridays, February 5, 12, 19, and 26 ǀ 11 a.m. Eastern

Free ǀ Online

Each Friday in February, children ages five to eight are invited to celebrate Black History Month by creating art inspired by our Joyful ABCs activity book series and objects from the NMAAHC collection!

Each 45-minute experience will include such activities as exploring creativity by making hats, discovering daring choices through sculpture, embracing emotions through portraiture, and building the capacity to stand up for what is fair through words and painting. Register now to receive a Zoom link, list of art supplies, book recommendations, and other free online resources.

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Courthouse Research:

Using Probate Records to Research Enslaved Ancestors

Saturday, February 6 ǀ 2 p.m. Eastern

Free ǀ Online

Have you tried to research African American ancestors born during slavery, only to hit a brick wall?

NMAAHC’s Robert Frederick Smith Family History Center presents a talk by LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson, who will share best practices in using probate and other estate records to identify enslaved people through the records of possible slaveholders. Let us help you uncover your family’s buried roots!

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Education Resources for STEM Educators Information Session

Wednesday, February 10 ǀ 4 p.m. Eastern

Free ǀ Online

During this 90-minute session, 3rd through 12th-grade teachers will have a guided tour of NMAAHC’s online STEM resources. Educators will explore upcoming teacher workshops, discover how to use digital lessons from the Smithsonian Learning Lab, and learn how to find STEM-related historical objects in our collections that can be used in the classroom.

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In Dialogue: Race and Medicine

Thursday, February 11 ǀ 5 p.m. Eastern

Free ǀ Online

NMAAHC and the National Portrait Gallery (NPG) are teaming up for a program in the NPG monthly series In Dialogue: Smithsonian Objects and Social Justice. Join cohosts Beth Evans (NPG) and Leslie P. Walker (NMAAHC) for a discussion about race and medicine, as represented by objects in the Smithsonian’s collections.

 

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African Americans in STEM Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon

Starts Sunday, February 21 ǀ 12 p.m. Eastern

Free ǀ Online

Celebrate National Engineering Week by creating and editing Wikipedia pages for African American STEM professionals! Your work will benefit K-12 students and teachers by highlighting the impact of past and present African American STEM professionals on their communities, the nation, and the world. Edit-A-Thon runs through March 6.

 

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Historically Speaking:

The Economic Impact of COVID-19 on the African American Community

Tuesday, February 23 ǀ 7 p.m. Eastern

Free ǀ Online

Explore how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the physical and financial well-being of the African American community. Discussion moderator Michael Fletcher of ESPN’s Undefeated and such panelists as researcher and commentator Algernon Austin will examine the country’s most dramatic economic crash since the Great Depression, as well as explore how communities can prevail with critical interventions.

 

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