There are all sorts of ways that you can mark Black History Month, which is celebrated every February. You can learn about important yet under-celebrated Black Americans who have contributed to the country across each and every profession. You can watch media that’s performed by or celebrates the Black experience in the country. And you can also try to get out and about to see some of the sites that were witness to moments in our country’s history tied to important Black Americans.
For example, if you live close to or within driving distance of Dallas, Texas, you can schedule a visit to the African American Museum. There, you’ll find an important, diverse, and wide-ranging collection of folk art and Black Renaissance paintings and other artwork. Although much of the programming is limited for the time being, you can still check to see what they might offer online. What else can you enjoy and learn from? This graphic offers some ideas.