Black History Month Events Across the Inland Empire

Black History Month Events Across the Inland Empire

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SAN BERNARDINO
SB Public Library Presents “Voice of King” in celebration of Black History Month
Thursday, February 26, 2 pm

The San Bernardino Public Library is presenting “The Voice of King” in recognition of Black History Month on Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 2:00 PM. Dr. Dennis Morgan Brown will re-enact the speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., present the historical events of the time, and will be joined by a three piece band performing music of the era. Dr. Brown has presented this program all across the country and has spoken before the State Assembly, the Senate at the State Capitol, the Mayor’s mansion in Los Angeles, and at the Martin Luther King Center for Social Change in Atlanta, Georgia. This free program will be located in the Bing Wong Auditorium at the Feldheym Library at 555 West Sixth St., San Bernardino. Contact Linda Adams Yeh at 909.381.8238 or visit www.sbpl.org for more information.


PERRIS
2015 INLAND EMPIRE EXPO
Saturday, February 28, 2:30 pm

Celebrate African American History Month as the Perris Valley Arts and Activities Committee celebrates Black history with two events. Beginning at 2:30 p.m. will be a Youth Talent show held at the Bob Glass Gym, 101 N. “D” Street, Perris. Tickets are $8 per person. At 5:00 p.m. will be an Evening Old School Concert held at Foss Field Park, 138 N. Perris Blvd. Tickets for this event are $10. For more information visit: pvaac.com or contact 951.943.2601.


47th Annual Black History Parade
Saturday, February 28, 10 am

The 47th Annual Black History Parade in North Fontana will be held on February 28, 2015 beginning at 10:00 a.m. This year’s theme is “Unity in Community.” The parade route will be on Citrus Avenue between Summit and Sierra Lakes Pkwy with an expo to follow in the North Fontana Home Depot Parking Lot, 16005 Sierra Lakes Pkwy, Fontana. Sponsored by The City of Fontana, Lewis Corp, Home Depot, Rotolo Chevrolet, Dickey’s Mortuary, Fontana Nissan, The Concerned Citizens for the Development of North Fontana, and the Black Awareness Black History Parade Committee.

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