CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH
“There is neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” Galatian 3:28
Initially, Black History Month was a way of educating students and young people about Black-American contributions. Such stories had been largely forgotten and were a neglected part of the national narrative.
Now, we celebrate those who’ve impacted, not just the country, but the world with their activism and achievements. In the US, the month-long spotlight during February is an opportunity for people to engage with Black histories, go beyond discussions of racism and slavery, and highlight Black leaders and accomplishments.
Want to know what we are up to in the Twin Cities to celebrate our siblings in Christ? Check out this website for events online and in person!