» We Celebrate Year Round, a Black History Month Virtual Program (February 26, 2021 at 12 p.m.)

February 24, 2021
Programming, News & Notes
Join the College of Charleston’s Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture for its newest virtual programming: We Celebrate Year Round Virtual Black History Program.  It is an interactive, thought-provoking and inspiring virtual Black history program created to spark meaningful conversation and engage students grades K-12, while reiterating the importance of Black influence on the world. Produced by Eye of Elohim Videography, We Celebrate Year Round carefully configures local artisans, creatives, historians and storytellers alike to seamlessly express the importance of not only our local history, but how we continuously enhance the world as we know it. With special guest Minerva King, Amethyst Ganaway, Geechee Experience, the CofC Gospel Choir, Chef Wibi and Avery staff, viewers will be able to not only celebrate during the anniversary, but obtain knowledge to continue the conversations year round.

We Celebrate Year Round will be available to view on all Avery streaming platforms, including:
● The Avery Research Center YouTube channel 
● Instagram @averyresearchcenter 
● Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture Facebook page

MUSEUM TOURS: The Avery Research Center offers self-guided tours Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1030AM-12PM and 2PM-330PM. For large groups we ask you limit 25 people or fewer per time slot for self-guided tours. Due to staffing shortages Avery will not be offering guided tours to the general public until further notice.

ARCHIVES: Researchers must have a consultation BEFORE making a research appointment.

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