The Afro Latin American Film Festival is a celebration of our cultural diversity through the great stories told in this selection of movies. Proudly presented in collaboration between the Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies, the Black Studies program, Kitchener Public Library and the Spanish Film Club, the festival provides KW audiences with an opportunity to experience a dynamic selection of contemporary Afro Latin American films that celebrate the rich and diverse cultures of the region.
Grappling with tremendous personal tragedy, writer Isabel Wilkerson sets herself on a path of global investigation and discovery as she writes Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents.
Black History Month Basketball Game Presented by KW Titans, Waterloo Regional Police and the City of Cambridge
The Registry is presenting the renowned Canadian choir, the Nathaniel Dett Chorale as part of our annual Registry Winter Jazz Weekend in a concert celebration of Black History Month, and also the occasion of the Dett Chorale’s 25th anniversary, conducted by founding artistic director Brainerd Blyden-Taylor.
As we recognize Black History Month 2024, join the University of Waterloo for a free community talk and discussion. This event is held in partnership with the Kitchener Public Library and hosted by CBC Kitchener-Waterloo.
For Black History Month 2024, Rhythm & Blues Cambridge is hosting their Black Love Day event on Saturday, February 17th at Cambridge Community Players, formerly Galt Little Theatre.
Find answers to common questions about event details, access, participation, and support for Black History Month.
Black History Month is an annual celebration of the achievements and contributions of Black individuals and communities. It aims to recognize and honor the rich history and culture of the Black community.
There are various ways to participate in Black History Month events. You can attend workshops, seminars, performances, and exhibitions. You can also volunteer or contribute to community initiatives that celebrate Black history and culture.
Some events may be free, while others may require tickets or registration. It is best to check the event details for information on ticketing and pricing.
You can support Black History Month by attending events, spreading awareness, and engaging in conversations about Black history and culture. You can also consider making donations to organizations that promote and celebrate Black heritage.