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Main Office

510 339 6100

1757 Mountain Blvd

Oakland, CA 94611

Monday - Friday

8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Black History Month

Microsoft Virtual Black History Month Museum for K-12 children and schools

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https://sway.office.com/ZWfSTm0Rdn8jpLfX?ref=Link

Smithsonian, Museum of African American History Culture

In celebration of Black History Month, the Museum invites you to engage with digital resources to preserve, digitize and share African American family history.

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https://nmaahc.si.edu/

Google Arts & Culture

Explore the history, arts and culture of Black experience in the United States virtually

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https://artsandculture.google.com/project/black-history-and-culture

Chicago Children’s Choir

Virtually attend the choir’s Black History performance in late February

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https://www.facebook.com/ccchoir/events/?ref=page_internal

Red Tricycle

28 Black History Month Resources for Kids

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https://redtri.com/black-history-month-resources-for-kids-of-all-ages/

African American History Museums You Can Explore from Home

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https://mommawanderlust.com/black-history-museums-and-you-can-explore-from-home/

510 Families

Guide to Local Black History Celebration Activities, Outings and Resources for Kids

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https://www.510families.com/black-history-month-for-kids-and-families/

Oakland Museum of CA
Oakland A Capella Group SoVoSó Interactive Performance on Friday, Feb 19
Experience this fun, interactive virtual performance that acknowledges a history of oppression and celebrates the dreams and contributions of African Americans. Oakland a cappella group SoVoSó will lead students on a musical journey through themes related to the experiences of the African American community. Students will discover how music is a way to communicate the challenges and hopes of Black people—past, present, and future.
$15 for families
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Project Kleidoscope
Black History Month with Mr. Clyde Cole, Educator and Advocate for Black History in Schools
Mr. Cole talks about the fact that black history is American history and the need to talk about and elevate black history in our schools