More Resources and Updated Programs for Black History Month
As we continue to mark Black History Month, we want to invite you to take advantage of our great online resources and check out our upcoming programs.
Explore our Hip-Hop History map, which shows the crucial role that Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo played in the development of this music, art, performance, and fashion genre, and the people and places who made such an impact.
NOW VIRTUAL: THE NEW BROWNIES’ BOOK: A Love Letter to Black Families
Tuesday, February 13 at 6 pm
Free Zoom webinar
Now a virtual event! Join Village Preservation for a Zoom presentation about an exciting new children’s book that follows in the footsteps of The Brownies’ Book — the first magazine specifically aimed at Black youth, created by scholar, author, and activist W.E.B. Du Bois in the 1920s and published right here in our neighborhood at 70 Fifth Avenue. Nearly 100 years later, author, educator, and Du Bois scholar Dr. Karida L. Brown, and award‐winning artist and children’s book creator, Charly Palmer, revived and expanded upon The Brownies’ Book legacy and showcased new art and writing for children from today’s brilliant Black creators.