Central Piedmont Community College Library in partnership with the Cosmetology Program presents an engaging and enlightening presentation by Ms. LaTika “Tika” Mercer on the history, social and political stigmas, and unspoken implications about ‘black hair’- a double-headed cultural enigma that is too often stereotyped and misunderstood.
Central Piedmont Community College Archives presents tips and tricks for researching family history.
Through the lens of history, music, psychology, and literature, discussion about forms of opposition from enslaved people from the lens of history, music, psychology, and literature. Join us for this in-person and live-streamed event to gain insight into how black resistance from this time period still influences perceptions in today's world.
Panelists include Central Piedmont faculty and staff: Ms. Nerlynn Etienne, moderator: Panelists: Dr. Alicia Dervin, Dr. Denise Spruill, Mr. Kenneth Woodruff, and Mr. Linteno Savedge.
The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library will be hosting a variety of events for all ages.
The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture will be hosting different events, for all ages, throughout the month.
The ASALH will be hosting a virtual conference for Black History Month.