2022 Black History Month Programs
Need Ideas to Make History Come Alive?
Bring the past into your classroom by registering for some of our featured programs, brought to you by leading museums, performing arts centers, historical and heritage sites. These live, interactive programs will inspire your students with the knowledge that the past was real, alive and fascinating.
Expand your Black History curriculum with these 10 virtual field trips. Give your students a detailed look at the struggles, achievements and heroism of everyday African Americans throughout history.
Diversity of the American West: Cultures, People & Environments
The Booth Museum
The History of Jazz; Swinging Through Time
Manhattan School of Music
African American Trailblazers (free)
Football Hall of Fame
It’s NOT Black or White: How a Museum Defines ‘Race’
The Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Protesting Segregation in Maryland
Maryland Historical Society
Double Victory: African Americans in WWII
Then National World War II Museum
Black Homesteaders on the Great Plains: Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness (free)
Homestead National Historical Park
Different Path to Freedom: Slavery and the American Revolution from HistoryConnects
The Virginia Museum of History & Culture
Eye-Opener: The Beauty of Africa
Ulyssess S. Grant in St. Louis – Farming Family and Slavery at White Haven (free)
Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site