The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum (NAHOF) has announced Black History Matters, a series of twenty-eight virtual introductory short “crash courses” during the month of February 2021.
The Black History Matters videos will address various aspects of Black American history and culture in order to provide critical context for the ongoing racial justice movements and the persistence of racism in America. The Black History Matters program is the first of NAHOF’s series of virtual history and anti-racism programs.
Programs will begin on Monday, February 1st and conclude on February 28th, and are free and open to the public. No registration is required.
Those who view the Black History Matters videos and complete a survey about their experience will receive a certificate from the Peterboro Academy and an annual membership to the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum.
For more information and access to the Black History Matters programs can be found on the National Abolition Hall of Fame website.