Long Beach Black History Month
Join Mayor Robert Garcia, along with Councilmembers Dee Andrews, Al Austin II and Rex Richardson at the official City of Long Beach Black History Month Celebration February 2, 2016.
Live music and more than 5,000 historical artifacts headline a weekend-long celebration of African American history and culture at the Expo Arts Center. “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” a Black History Month event, takes place February 6 through 8 and kicks off with a special celebration at February’s First Fridays in Bixby Knolls.
Mr. Robert Dionaldo, Academic Manager, Ms. Mitra Vazeen, Center Director and Clifford Hollis, a student at Long Beach Job Corps prepare to enjoy a special Ethiopian themed lunch at Long Beach Job Corps Center.
Students at the Long Beach Job Corps Center celebrated Black History Month in a diversity of ways most recently with a culinary sampling of Ethiopian food.
The NAACP Long Beach Branch will conduct a Special Black History Program Tribute, on February 17, 2013 at 3:00 pm at Ernest McBride Sr. Park, 1550 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90801.
The purpose of this event is to recognize the contributions of African Americans have made in their community and nation’s history.
Gary DeWitt Marshall & Dark Blue Mondaze Showcase Theatre Series proudly presents two one-act plays, The Muse and The History Man, written by Leslie Perry honoring Black History Month which will preview on Sunday, February 10,2013 at The Manazar Gamboa Community Theatre, known as The Light House of the Community which features performances of historical, social, civic, and cultural relevance to the city of Long Beach.