Black History Month: 1st Ever Film Festival Coming To Queens The 1st Ever International Black History Month Film Festival will be bringing features, shorts, music videos and web episodes to the Jamaica Performing Arts Center.
Black History Month: Retired Staten Island Teacher Fills Home With Artifacts Charting The African-American ExperienceA Staten Island woman has a jaw-dropping collection of historical artifacts charting the African-American experience.
Black History Month: Sculptor Vinnie Bagwell Shapes A Historical Memory Through Bronze FiguresStatues showing figures from Colonial-era slavery in America will soon stand on the shores of the Hudson River.
Black History Month: Carver Bank Has Become One Of Harlem's Greatest Success StoriesAn African-American-operated bank in Harlem is not only a staple in the community, it puts its money where its mouth is.
Black History Month: Yogi Berra Museum Honors Negro Leagues With Traveling ExhibitThe Negro Leagues started in 1920 because black players were banned from playing in the major leagues.
Black History Month: Hayden Greene On Why Audiences Connect To Spoken Word PoetryThroughout February, CBSN New York is celebrating Black History Month, highlighting the achievements of African-American trailblazers and trendsetters.
Black History Month: Lining The Walls Of Learning With LegacyTwo teachers came up with the idea and recruited some helping hands to decorate the walls with photos, maps, descriptions, and artwork.
Black History Month: NJ Bookstore Shines Spotlight On African-American StoriesThe store offers book clubs, signings, readings and more, but most importantly, young readers say Source Of Knowledge offers perspective.
Black History Month: 'A Soldier's Play' Is As Relevant Today As It Was During World War IIThe Roundabout Theatre production of "A Soldier's Play" is at the American Airlines Theatre on 42nd Street now through March 15.
Black History Month: Crown Heights, Brooklyn Was Once The Thriving Cultural Hub WeeksvilleIt's now known as Crown Heights, Brooklyn, but more than 180 years ago Weeksville was a thriving community of free black people, one of America's first.
Black History Month: 'Namesakes' Photo Exhibit Pays Tribute To African American Success StoriesMany of our city parks and monuments honor African Americans who shaped the landscape of our culture. NYC's Parks Commissioner Mitchell Silver talks about a photo exhibit paying tribute to their lives and accomplishments.