Activities and thoughtful experiences happening throughout Black History Month in and around downtown Ithaca
Gallery Night Downtown
In honor of Black History month, included in this February’s Gallery Night on Friday Feb. 5th, are four featured local black artists that have been set up with galleries to display recent works giving a space for black voices and art.
For your at-home yoga practice, you'll need a yoga mat, 2 yoga blocks, 1-3 thick blankets, & 1 bolster or a long, firm pillow.
Greater Ithaca Activities Center (GIAC)
GIAC will be presenting our annual Black History Month Community Talent show themed "A Party for Kamala” virtually on Feb. 26th at 6 pm. Stay tuned for details and links! At GIAC, Black History Month is every month.
The History Center in Tompkins County
Buffalo Street Books
Black Lives Matter Kiosks
Martin Luther King Jr. Statue
February 25 at 6pm you are invited to join a virtual event featuring Dr Carolyn Finney author of Black Faces, White Spaces. This event is sponsored by Fingerlakes Land Trust, USFWS, Cornell Botanic Gardens, Ithaca Childrens Garden and The Learning Farm. This event is an opportunity to explore how we meet this moment in American history as it relates to green space, race, and the power to shape the places we live in our own image.