Celebrate Black History Month by discovering a variety of local engagement programs and resources. Each unique feature is tailored to help individuals navigate and foster conversations on race and bias, community unity, diversity, and social justice.
Visit the A. Quinn Jones Museum, a permanent tribute to the contributions of the museum’s namesake in improving the quality of education available to African-Americans in Alachua County. View rotating exhibits on education, civil rights, and community.
Take a walk around the historic Heritage Trail, a companion project to the A. Quinn Jones Museum & Cultural Center. Walkers will be able to visit historic and significant sites that have been vital to the community.
View UF’s 2021 Black History Month resources, including live webinars, pre-recorded podcasts, and tributory articles.
Learn as a leader how to identify and address racism and bias in the workplace. Develop skills to facilitate important conversations about race and bias while developing enhanced self-awareness.
UF’s Office of Multicultural and Diversity Affairs has compiled an extensive list of podcasts, assessments, and websites helpful in understanding the complex nature of diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice.
Participate in this 21-day challenge to read, listen, connect, and reflect to further your understanding of power, privilege, supremacy, oppression, and equity. Participate at your own pace.
Follow along as author Ibram X. Kendi, examines how to uproot racism from society–starting with ourselves.
The Alachua County Library district provides recommendations on adult and children’s books and movies created by Black authors and filmmakers, celebrating individuals who helped define Black history and culture.