• October 21, 2020

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El Paso Museum of Art to Celebrate Black History Month

As part of Black History Month, the El Paso Museum of Art welcomes the public to enjoy a lecture and reception on the life of African-American artist, Jacob Lawrence at 2 p.m. on February 23 at the museum. The event is related to the exhibit Jacob Lawrence’s: “Toussaint L’Ouverture” Series: The Haitian Revolution that is […]Read More

Andress High’s Black History Celebration Honors Contributions, Legacy of African-Americans

African-Americans have played a key role in the development of the United States and continue to have a tremendous impact on communities like El Paso, students at Andress High learned during the school’s annual Black History Celebration this week. “We want to honor, uplift and recognize the important contributions that African Americans have made,” said […]Read More

EPCC Celebrates Black History Month via Films, Readings and Events

El Paso Community College (EPCC) will celebrate Black History with its annual month of activities this February. All activities are free and open to the public. Each campus will have displays and activities on Black History throughout the month. “Recognizing the accomplishments of Black Americans is an important part of Diversity Programs at EPCC,” said […]Read More

NMSU College of Education, Black Programs host Black History Month

The New Mexico State University College of Education and Black Programs will host several events this month recognizing Black History Month with cultural music performances. The college’s Dance Program and Black Programs will sponsor a performance by Soriba Fofana, director of the MORIA West African Dance & Drum Ensemble in New Mexico. The performance will […]Read More

Andress High School celebrates Black History Month

The Andress High School community celebrated Black History Month Thursday night with a lesson on the Buffalo Soldiers, a taste of soul food and the words of poet Maya Angelou. The event kicked off with a performance by Powell Elementary students and a poetry reading from the high school’s CDL program. Andress Military Family Liaison […]Read More

NMSU celebrates Black History Month in February

New Mexico State University will celebrate Black History Month with 11 events on campus throughout the month of February. Festus Addo-Yobo, director of Black Programs at NMSU, said that history, culture and identity are important reasons to host Black History Month events. “African Americans have contributed greatly, not only to this nation, but to the […]Read More