Woods Hole Black History Month

Come and join the Woods Hole community in its annual celebration of Black History Month! This year marks the 40th anniversary of this festive event in Woods hole. The theme for the Woods Hole Black History Month will focus on this year’s national theme of “The Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity.”

The Woods Hole Black History Month Committee will be hosting a number of great virtual events throughout the month of February, including panel discussion, a live interview and a virtual Harambee. Our Virtual Harambee asks that members of the community share food recipes and pictures to be added to our Virtual Harambee website throughout the month.

All activities will be held virtually, and while all are still free, require advance registration on our website.

Mark your calendars for the events below or visit the Woods Hole Black History Month website for more details. Hope to see you there!

2021 Black History Month Events Flyer (PDF)

2021 Events:

February 4 @ 12 – 1pm: Forty Years of Black History Month in Woods Hole: The journey and the future

February 9 @ 12 – 1pm: In the Eye of the Storm, an Interview with Dr. Walter Massey

February 17 @ 12 – 1pm: “A Beautiful Resistance” Panel Discussion