Events Calendar

 

This virtual museum promotes global awareness of the harmful legacies of enslavement and Jim Crow in the United States and the challenges faced by African Americans today. We also highlight Black resilience and achievements in every field — from arts and culture to education, economics, science, and more.

This Events Calendar presents some of the many events taking place around Milwaukee, Wisconsin — the birthplace of America’s Black Holocaust Museum — as well as around the USA, Africa, and the far-flung African Diaspora.

While we feature the on-site and online (virtual) events of America’s Black Holocaust Museum, we also sample other events that promote historical, educational and cultural awareness consistent with ABHM’s mission of racial justice, reconciliation, and healing.

 

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  • International Events
  • Virtual Events

Soon Come // a group exhibition by the 2024 Young Artist Archival Fellowship

In the pursuit of nuance, we foreground the need to reclaim  histories that conjure the power to push through, to recreate and expand.  The revolutionary act of confronting to retrieve is not one that is meek, it is diligent and forceful. This exhibition explores inquiries of  revolutionary love, spirituality, identity and imagination. Textiles, photography, video,…
19 Jun - 07 Aug
All Day
360 House
Baltimore, MD

NAACP National Convention 2024

The NAACP National Convention is an empowering and immersive experience held each year to celebrate our community's collective power. The Convention attracts innovative change-makers, thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, scholars, entertainers, influencers, and creatives to network and exchange ideas.
13 - 17 Jul
Mandalay Bay Convention Center
3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119

2024 National Urban League Conference

Get ready for an extraordinary experience as the National Urban League Conference makes its way to New Orleans, the hometown of our President & CEO, Marc H. Morial! The upcoming 2024 conference is poised to be the largest and most influential gathering focused on civil rights and urban advocacy in the nation.
24 - 27 Jul
Caribana Festival

Caribana Weekend 2024

Toronto's Caribbean Caribana festival is the largest cultural event in North America attracting over a million tourists for the August weekend finale. The final weekend is marked by the street Parade of Bands and also includes numerous organized events and spontaneous events parties.
01 - 05 Aug
Throughout central Toronto, Canada
Black Arts Fest MKE 2300

Black Arts Fest MKE 2024

Black Arts Fest MKE is packed with fun-filled festivities with exciting programming featuring Art, Education, Music, Entertainment, Poetry, Dance, Fashion, Literature, Heritage, Health, Wellness, Community, Cuisine, Vendor Markets and more. The festival strives to educate all and strengthen pride in African ancestry.
03 Aug
12:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Henry Maier Festival Park (Summerfest Grounds)
200 N Harbor Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53202
Affirm: NBMBAA Conference

Affirm: National Black MBA Association Conference & Exposition

Join more than 10,000 black professionals as we bring four days of education, career and networking to Washington DC. Make unique connections within our diverse community, find new opportunities, grow your network and gain the skills to help you move ahead. Don’t miss the event of the year for Black professionals!
17 - 21 Sep
Walter E. Convention Center, Washington DC
801 Allen Y. Lew Place NW, Washington, DC 20001
Caste promotional image

ABHM Book Club Presents: Caste by Isabel Wilkerson

Explore Isabel Wilkerson's eye-opening examination, "Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents," revealing how deeply entrenched caste systems shape societies globally. With profound insights and compelling narratives, Wilkerson challenges readers to confront systemic inequities and envision a future rooted in justice and equality.
26 Sep
6:00 PM
Virtual Event

67th Monterey Jazz Festival

The Monterey Jazz Festival is the longest continuously-running jazz festival in the world and is held annually on the 20-acre, oak-studded Monterey County Fairgrounds in Monterey, Calif. Since 1958, the nonprofit Monterey Jazz Festival has been committed to celebrating America's creativity and cultural heritage by presenting legendary jazz musicians, composers, and young rising stars.
27 - 29 Sep
Monterey County Fairgrounds
2004 Fairground Rd, Monterey, CA 93940
Silicon Valley African Film Festival

Silicon Valley African Film Festival

The Silicon Valley African Film Festival promotes an understanding and appreciation of Africa and Africans through moving images. Aptly themed “Africa through the African lens”, the film festival celebrates the vast richness of the African Continent through the lenses of Africa’s seasoned and emerging filmmakers and, crucially, provides audiences with exquisite lenses to the real Africa.
10 - 13 Oct
The Historic Hoover Theatre, San Jose
1635 Park Ave, San Jose, CA 95126, USA
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