Black excellence goes virtual: How Cleveland CDCs are celebrating Black History Month
Posted February 11, 2021 in Articles
Author: Brandon Baker
The ongoing pandemic ensured that February 2021 would be a Black History Month like no other. As a result, community development corporations (CDCs) and the entities they help to promote decided to bring celebrations and educational programming to virtual platforms with a touch of creativity and perseverance.
This is just a sample of what some area CDCs are doing to celebrate Black History Month.
Dancing and folklore
University Circle Inc. [UCI] is promoting a month full of programming for area organizations, including an interactive rendition of the African folklore story, "Anansi the Spider,” for students from pre-kindergarten through third grade on Friday, Feb. 19. The performance takes place at Karamu House, as will workshops on family African dance, line dancing with the Lion King, and Hip-Hop on Fridays, Feb. 12, 19, and 26, respectively. The events are part of Karamu's "Our Roots Run Deep" program for Black History Month.
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