Black History Month
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Reginald F. Lewis Museum has announced its events for Black History Month. The events will focus on the Civil War and Antebellum periods, the Civil Rights Movement and the present day. […]
The National Archives is placing the original Emancipation Proclamation on display in Washington to mark Black History Month.
Fifteen years ago, Marc Cottman left his job as an architectural engineer to pursue his passion and that passion has turned into a successful career as an artist.
Amtrak will be celebrating Black History Month at Baltimore’s Penn Station.
Student musicians from Bowie State University will perform the music of the late jazz saxophonist and arranger, Rick Henderson, in honor of Black History Month.
Inspirational stories at Sunday’s Black History Oratory Contest. For years, WJZ has been a proud sponsor of the event.
See what the Great Blacks in Wax Museum has planned for Black History Month. Also, we have the latest on chocolate trends.
It’s a history lesson wrapped into artwork. A Baltimore artist is paying tribute to little known African American inventors for Black History Month.
The Smithsonian is celebrating Black History Month with a series of programs in February.
Black History Month ends in a few days and that’s still enough time to celebrate African-American heroes, especially those from Maryland.
He studied music with the late Dr. Nathan Carter at Morgan State University and went on to the Peabody Institute. This talented musician and composer is now bringing his music to the Hippodrome Theatre in honor of Black History Month.
President Barack Obama heralded a new national black history museum as “not just a record of tragedy, but a celebration of life” as he marked Wednesday’s groundbreaking of the long-sought-after museum on the National Mall.