Woods Hole Black History Month
Come and join the Woods Hole community in its annual celebration of Black History Month! The theme for the 2022 Woods Hole Black History Month will be “Black Health and Wellness”.
Due to restrictions caused by COVID-19, the annual Harambee event has been canceled.
All events are free, open to the public and require advance registration. Click here for more information and to register for BHM 2022 Events.
THURSDAY, FEB 3 AT 6PM ET – VIRTUAL
Virtual book reading of I AM EVERY GOOD THING and The Me I Choose to Be, in partnership with Footprints Café
FEB 10-13 – VIRTUAL
“Human Nature” film screening and panel discussion, in partnership with the Woods Hole Film Festival
THURSDAY, FEB 17 AT NOON ET – VIRTUAL
“Who Inherits the Waves?” panel discussion, in partnership with the WHOI Committee for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
THURSDAY, FEB 24 AT 6PM ET – VIRTUAL
“What Lies Beneath: Unearthing Not-So-Subtle Roadblocks to Wellness”
Presented By Dr. Misty Boachie, Founder And Chief Executive Officer At Excavate Wellness
MONDAY, FEB 28 AT 7PM ET – VIRTUAL AND IN PERSON AT FALMOUTH ACADEMY
“COVID-19 and Health Inequality – The Strained Alchemy of Two Pandemics”
Presented By Dr. Kathryn Hall, Deputy Executive Director Of The Boston Public Health Commission