BLACK HISTORY LIVE TOUR
Middle and high school students, college communities and general public statewide
Prominent African-American humanities scholars portray important black historical figues from our past to celebrate Black History Month. Each first person dramatization is followed by a question and answer period with the character, then with the scholar.
To raise awareness of African-Americans' contributions to our shared history and culture.
During one week in February at schools, community venues, museums and libraries
Free or low cost to students and public.
Costs vary for presenting partners, libraries, colleges, and other community organizations.
Community agencies wanting to host or fund a speaker during February need to contact Colorado Humanities by November of the previous year.
Martin and Malcom DVD (2008)
Contact Betty Jo Brenner at 303.894.7951 x17 or firstname.lastname@example.org