Honoring Black History Month in Oakland
Check out resources and events below to celebrate Black History Month in Oakland
Oakland is a city renowned for its diversity and deep roots in Black culture, and for many groundbreaking individuals and influential local businesses that have contributed to the fabric of Oakland, from restaurants and fashion retailers to Oakland’s only Black-owned adult store and ‘crystal botanica’.
While Oakland’s Black legacy is vibrant year-round, this month we honor and celebrate our City’s food, music, art, political and creative history.
This Black History Month, Your Library is hosting a series of events to help you Explore, Connect, and Grow!
From story-time to crafts to historical lectures, we’ve got something for you and your loved ones. All our events are free and open to the public.
In honor of Black History Month, the Temescal BID has created a new engaging and updated webpage celebrating Black-owned businesses in Temescal. The website features a full directory of Temescal‘s Black-owned Businesses within the District, and includes descriptions of each business, and business owner.
In honor of Black History Month, OMCA is sharing the many different ways you can remember important people and events in Black history. From artists to activists, and everything in between, their galleries highlight numerous people whose contributions to American history should be celebrated this and every month. Check out ways you can celebrate at the link below: