Embark on virtual field trips, learn historical facts and engage in daily activities celebrating Black History.

Monday, February 1

Join us for storytime as we explore books full of kindness and diversity. This week’s theme is Resilience.

Tuesday, February 2

Honor resiliency by exploring the History of Racial Honor resiliency by exploring a calendar on the History of Racial Injustice. The Equal Justice Initiative created this calendar to tell the stories of those who overcame.

Wednesday, February 3

Watch how soul food is expressed through L.O.V.E. and cooking. Today we're "L"unching with love by making shrimp salad with corn and peaches.

Thursday, February 4

Explore The National Museum of African American History and Culture, the only national museum devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American life, history and culture.

Friday, February 5

Tune in to the birth of Hip-Hop to learn a bit about Black History.

Saturday, February 6

Watch a panel of authors, chefs and historians share their work and discuss the important role food has played in Black family life throughout the diaspora.

Sunday, February 7

Listen to words of affirmation by Wright Inspiration.

Monday, February 8

Join us as we explore books that encourage kindness and embraces diversity. Let's expound our horizons and see how we can all be similar while still unique.

Tuesday, February 9

Get a bit of history of Black Feminism in two minutes.

Wednesday, February 10

Watch how soul food is expressed through love and cooking. Today we're stirring up Hors d'ouevres of love "O"vertures with black eyed pea hummus.

Thursday, February 11

Listen to a conversation between guy friends as they candidly express their thoughts, feelings and experiences. The Locker Room is where men can speak openly about topics that effect their lives.

Friday, February 12

Get empowered talking about race! Visit the Talking About Race Web Portal, curated by the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Saturday, February 13

Take a day for you. Rest up from the past week and energize.

Sunday, February 14

Listen to words of affirmation by Jaleesa Manley, Grow for the Glow.

Monday, February 15

Join us as we explore books that encourage kindness and embraces diversity. Let's expound our horizons and see how we can all be similar while still unique.

Tuesday, February 16

Get a two minute history on the African American Higher Education experience.

Wednesday, February 17

Watch how soul food is expressed through L.O.V.E. and cooking. Today we're stirring a "V"egan Valentine treat: Cocoa Spice Cake.

Thursday, February 18

Listen to Rise to the Occasion. Founder Tahj Scott discusses how the life experiences of black influencers inspire the greatness they bring to black culture.

Friday, February 19

Watch an empowering TED Talk by activist, educator, writer and leader Brittany Packnett Cunningham.

Saturday, February 20

Learn a bit about Black History in two minutes. Today, tune in to the Harlem Renaissance.

Sunday, February 21

Listen to words of affirmation by Christine Smith.

Monday, February 22

Join us as we explore books that encourage kindness and embrace diversity. Let's expand our horizons, and see how we can all be similar while still unique.

Tuesday, February 23

Learn a bit about the history of Black Churches in two minutes.

Wednesday, February 24

Watch how soul food is expressed through L.O.V.E. and cooking. "E"ntertaining: A Traditional Soul Food. Chopped salad, carribean smothered chicken, skillet cornbread.

Thursday, February 25

Tune in to learn about the birth of Jazz.

Friday, February 26

Emmanuel Acho sits down to have an “uncomfortable conversation” with white America to educate and inform on racism, social injustice, rioting and the hurt African Americans are feeling today.

Saturday, February 27

Take a day for you. Rest up from the past week and energize.

Sunday, February 28

ASALH and PBS Books present A Special Conversation on Black families. This conversation, which features Ngugi Wa Thiong’o, Nubia Kai & Sundiata Cha-Jua will stream live between 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST