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Black Excellence: Virtual Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Black Excellence: Virtual Events That Celebrate Black Culture
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In this curated collection, Eventbrite is putting a spotlight on virtual events that showcase Black excellence in its many forms: food, film, comedy, music, literature, and more. These are events that energize, educate, and entertain — all while honoring and celebrating Black culture.
Black Excellence: Virtual Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Black Excellence: Virtual Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Black Excellence: Virtual Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Black Excellence: Virtual Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Sammlung von Eventbrite
In this curated collection, Eventbrite is putting a spotlight on virtual events that showcase Black excellence in its many forms: food, film, comedy, music, literature, and more. These are events that energize, educate, and entertain — all while honoring and celebrating Black culture.
In this curated collection, Eventbrite is putting a spotlight on virtual events that showcase Black excellence in its many forms: food, film, comedy, music, literature, and more. These are events that energize, educate, and entertain — all while honoring and celebrating Black culture.

This mixed level vinyasa yoga class is open to all levels. Instructor Marquita Rene will guide students on meditation, pranayama (breathwork) and sequenced asanas (poses). The class is free, and she’ll provide a list of organizations you can support to #flowforacause.

Two revered scholars of hip-hop history come together to discuss the new young adult adaptation of their American Book Award-winning story of rap, from its epic roots to its many permutations as a pop culture juggernaut today.

Jazz harpist Dorothy Ashby's transcendent music has been sampled on more hip-hop records than can be counted. This tribute delves into her spiritual side with San Francisco's Destiny Muhammed Trio.

Celebrate Prince’s legacy with this interactive presentation of his musical career using video clips, sound bites, interviews, and audience participation.

Join this panel conversation with black chefs moderated by a sixth generation farmer, chef, and author Matthew Raiford, celebrating black culinary traditions, foodways, land, and legacy.

Black culture has a long-standing place in art. Here, award-winning choreographer Camille A. Brown — who's worked on Broadway shows, the Metropolitan Opera's "Porgy & Bess," and even Netflix's "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" — sits down for a moderated conversation.

Some of the best Black comics in the Bay Area will grace your screen and make you forget all about the dumpster fire that is 2020 — at least for an hour or so.

The Chicago Metropolitan Chapter of NCBW hosts its inaugural fundraiser, a virtual event to recognize the historic and current achievements of Black women and girls in the community, while sharing their mission and vision of equality.

From the Underground Railroad to the Great Migration, Jazz Age to Motown, the Motor City has been a crucial part of Black history. Tour guide Jamon Jordan's Black History Month installment of his Detroit Black History series will delve deep into the the city's culture.

Historian Dr Hannah-Rose Murray guides you to six sites in London where African American activists made historic impact in the global effort to abolish the slave trade in the 18th century. Their testimonies and appearances throughout the TK were pivotal to the movement.

The brilliant horn player is central to the evolution of jazz, appearing on over 400 albums from the the heyday of the artform to its “re-birth” in the 1980s. Learn more about this great musician's motivation.

Learn of the community outreach by The Congress of Black Women of Canada & share in the Black experience lived by a renowned musician, with inspirational speaker and author Nikisha Evans and internationally acclaimed pianist Marque Smith.

Antiracist scholar Ibram X. Kendi chronicles the history of anti-Black racist ideas and their staggering power over the course of American history in "Stamped From the Beginning." PCISJ will hold five separate virtual Book Group discussions on the book, each featuring a historian.

Join chef Anastasia Crockell from the Black Chef Movement of Brooklyn in this evening of culinary delight as she shows us how to make Jollof Rice.

Women of color are welcome to this free interactive masterclass, where a different topic is explored monthly through the lens of Black feminism.