Black History Month at Harlem's George Bruce Library
February 04, 2021
The New York Public Library, a great resource to New Yorkers, is celebrating Black History Month with events, book recommendations, and more. As part of an ongoing partnership with the George Bruce Library on 125th Street to provide regular updates from the library staff, Columbia Neighbors is sharing some of those programs.
Black History Month Events
Between the Lines: Four Hundred Souls: Join Ibram X. Kendi and Keisha N. Blain on Tuesday, February 9, as the, discuss how they brought together 90 writers to produce their dazzling new history of Black life in America.
Make Your Own Graphic Novel: This month's Virtual Kids Crafts is focused on Black cartoonists, and kids ages 3-12 can make their own graphic novel at home.