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Black History Events Every Month: Inspire Action, Education & Connection
Black History Events Every Month: Inspire Action, Education & Connection
Collection by Eventbrite
It’s never been more important to celebrate the work of Black event creators who are bringing communities together, sharing their culture, and working to enact change. Experience the work of Black artists or gain a deeper understanding of Black history as you explore this collection of enlightening events, selected by Eventbrite’s experts.
Black History Events Every Month: Inspire Action, Education & Connection
Black History Events Every Month: Inspire Action, Education & Connection
Black History Events Every Month: Inspire Action, Education & Connection
Black History Events Every Month: Inspire Action, Education & Connection
Collection by Eventbrite
It’s never been more important to celebrate the work of Black event creators who are bringing communities together, sharing their culture, and working to enact change. Experience the work of Black artists or gain a deeper understanding of Black history as you explore this collection of enlightening events, selected by Eventbrite’s experts.
It’s never been more important to celebrate the work of Black event creators who are bringing communities together, sharing their culture, and working to enact change. Experience the work of Black artists or gain a deeper understanding of Black history as you explore this collection of enlightening events, selected by Eventbrite’s experts.

Are you looking for more out of life and need someone to talk to about everything that’s going on? Anyone in need can join I Am, a support group for Black people of African ancestry that offers healing, connection, and a supportive space to share and grow.

Carve out some time in your day to soak up the work of Glasgow-based cellist Simone Seales. Influenced by Black feminist thinkers, Seales’ improvisational music often centres around themes of Blackness, intersectional feminism, and sexuality.

Boost your confidence and learn some swish new moves for the dance floor by taking this virtual twerk class, specifically for beginners who want to whine and grind to the latest in dancehall and soca music.

Born in Guyana, Dr Beryl Gilroy arrived in England in 1952 and became one of Camden’s first Black headteachers. This loving and thought-provoking talk with Gilroy’s daughter, Darla Jane Gilroy, tells her mother’s story of confronting racism and overcoming the odds.

The relatively recent history post-slave trade has come to define the Black African diaspora to the point where we can sometimes forget who we were before. This talk takes us back to a time when Africa had its own vast empires and important kingdoms.

Organised by Black History Studies, this workshop on the life of Marcus Garvey is one for all the family and explores Garvey’s legacy as the creator of the Pan-Africanism movement, a Jamaican politician, and effective activist.

At this online Black women’s group, women can join together to discuss the harm racism, chronic stress, and racialised trauma has had on them. This is a monthly circle designed as a safe space for Black women to build community.

Join Chardine Taylor-Stone, award-winning activist and drummer in Big Joanie, as she discusses Black women’s feminism in music, focusing on everything from the blues singers of the 1920s to the hot girl rhetoric of Megan Thee Stallion.

In this series of events created for LGBTQIA+ disabled people of colour, participants will discover new way to create community and intimacy. In the first event, participants will get to know each other, their access needs and share their experiences.

Join Joy Francis, co-founder of Words of Colour, as she discusses the results of a landmark survey on the Black British community’s experience of love and relationships, examining Black love tropes and the depictions of Black love on screen.

While we often learn so much about the American civil rights movement, there is less focus on the importance of the Black British civil rights movement. This talk aims to correct that bias and give you an insight into the radical Brits that fought against racism in the UK.

This roundtable session explores topics in the new book 'Black Matrilineage, Photography and Representation',looking at how Black women’s bodies are depicted and discussed in popular culture and the impacts this can have on Black women.

Learn more about the crucial role that African American women played in the abolitionist movement through this virtual tour of London, taking in the stories of courageous women like antislavery lecturer Sarah Parker Remond and anti-lynching activist Ida B. Wells-Barnett.

Unapologetically Black yoga offers accessible, therapeutic yoga and meditation sessions to Black people of African descent. Learn how to centre your own wellness, honour yourself and release stress in an all-Black space.

Kids can spend part of their afternoon taking in this Sankofa Sunday session, where they'll learn about the life of Malcolm X throughout a welcoming, educational class that focuses on creating positive Black role models for young people.

Take in the key sites in London where African-American activists made an important impact in this online tour led by Dr Hannah-Rose Murray. The tour will shine a light on those freedom fighters who educated 19th Century audiences on the horrors of slavery.

Black love is a powerful force that — at times — has been responsible for seismic changes in society. Sit in for this educational talk on the Black couples that made history and learn about the many educators, activists, and musicians who were part of a power couple.

In this era where the concept of being digital nomads is gaining popularity, this workshop on traveling the world while Black couldn't be more useful. Learn more about becoming a travel influencer, growing your brand, and how to make a living while traveling.

If you feel like you don’t know enough about the history of your people, sit back and enjoy this online lecture all about the life and achievements of Toussaint L’Overture, the leader of the Haitian revolution who also inspired many more uprisings in the Caribbean.

This online tour will show you around the most important sites in the UK and Ireland connected to anti-slavery activist Fredrick Douglass. Learn more about the impact Douglass had on his many visits and the other freedom fighters that came as well.

If you’re looking for a more intellectual past time, this seminar series invites different speakers each week to look at critical race theory from a Black feminist perspective. This session focuses on Black motherhood and the maternal figure.

This monthly space is for Black Muslim women who experience racial prejudice and gendered Islamophobia. Access a space where you can engage in compassionate, loving therapeutic practices rooted in Islamic spiritual heritage.

In this informative and unique online talk, professor Kris Manjapra discusses ‘treason’ and how the word gained new meaning during the Black liberation struggles in the Caribbean. The talk looks at how these ideas travelled from the Caribbean and across the British empire.

Held on the last Wednesday of the month, this inclusive virtual space is a place for the Black community to support each other and talk. If you’re looking for a safe venue to open up about your woes, you can commune with your peers at Your Black Matters.

This IRL lecture at Goldsmiths in London focuses on the British Black Panther movement. Guest speakers Lorna Cole and Hurley Armstrong, who were active in the movement, will look at the journey the movement took and reflect on where we are now.

Over a six-week online course, the life and work of the intellectual James Baldwin will be laid bare. Using Baldwin’s extensive work, including the documentary ‘I Am Not Your Negro’, this course highlights the questions around race and identity that Baldwin confronted.

A difficult but necessary talk for anyone who wants to help survivors of domestic abuse in their community. Led by HERSANA, this three-hour session looks at how unconscious bias can create barriers for Black women survivors when seeking help.

In this online poetry event, Amarachi Rachel Nwokoro performs spoken word from her debut poetry collection 'Little You', which deals with issues of PTSD, ancestral healing, pan-African femininity, neurodiversity, and more.

Whether you’re looking to start a new higher education course or just want to stay up to date on what’s new in academia, this session will give you an introduction to a new Black British studies course, focusing on the arts, activism, climate justice, and more.

Join Dr Sheena Mason as she leads this thought-provoking series on the differences between race and racism, whether we need to destroy the idea of race to build a truly fair society, and how the concept of race might help the cause of Black liberation.

Are you looking link up with someone to snuggle the winter blues away? Attend this online event to learn more about Maiobi, an event-based dating platform designed to connected Black British professionals looking for committed relationships.

If you work in the education sector in some capacity, this course for educators and community leaders can help you learn how to support anti-racist activism and address the concerns of students of colour in your classroom.