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Black Excellence: Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Black Excellence: Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Collection by 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.
Black Excellence: Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Black Excellence: Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Black Excellence: Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Black Excellence: Events That Celebrate Black Culture
Collection by 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.

Are you dreaming of writing and publishing a book? Join this panel to hear from professional Black writers, who share tips on overcoming adversity in the literary arts and entertainment industries.

How can communities advance equitable development? Listen to speakers present ideas for Seattle and beyond, with discussion of historic policies and practices that have negatively impacted Black neighborhoods as well as potential solutions like entrepreneurship.

View a short film that explores the dreams of two Black high school students in Wake County, North Carolina, exploring their hopes for themselves and their communities.

Get your kids off to a good start when you help them discover great storytelling, build confidence, and gain respect for literacy.

The company you keep can affect your professional progress. Network with Black entrepreneurs and learn technology tips as you pursue your personal goals.

The Langston Hughes Library in New York presents this series to raise awareness of Black history and culture and encourage thought-provoking conversation. Participate live to learn about historical figures, navigating intergenerational conversations, and more.

Black entrepreneurs are doing great things and you can meet some of them at this virtual happy hour that focuses on helping businesses make meaningful contacts, grow their networks, and generate leads.

You don't have to confine your study of Black history to the month of February. This monthly class allows you to drop in a soak up more than 400 years of history, adding more depth to your understanding of the Black people in America and their accomplishments.

It's academic: Attend this session with members of the Black Ivy League for help with navigating the preparation for Ivy League admissions and pursuing educational success.

If you can't travel to London, do the next best thing and take this virtual walking tour highlighting six sites where African American activists made an important impact on the UK landscape.

A monthly class on the journey of Africans and African Americans through history. This class consists of 12 monthly lessons on Black History.

Black travel influencers share tips on how to create and market your brand, make a living while travel, and grow the industry. Let's go!

Join the Great Plains Black History Museum for a discussion about the rich history of 10 different Historically Black Colleges & Universities and the role they have played in educating African Americans.

The only thing better than reading famed author Octavia E. Butler's work is reading it online, slow-motion style, with a bunch of new friends. This read-along is part book club, part story-time part cool-kids meet-up.