Black History Month 2018 Events for Oakland. Know of more? Add them! Also check Black History Month events in Alameda.
Black History Walk
- Saturday, February 10th, 10:00AM-12:30PM. With Oakland Urban Paths, Oakland Walking Tours, and AAMLO.
Fouches Hudson Black History Month Remembrance
- Friday, February 16th, 7:30PM at Cathedral of Christ the Light. Hosted by Fouches Hudson Funeral Home and the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir
Film Viewing: “Gina’s Journey: The Search for William Grimes”
Huey P. Newton Community Celebration
- Saturday, February 17th, 1:00PM-4:00PM, at the West Oakland Branch Library. With author Lisa Perlman.
Col. Charles Young and the Buffalo Soldiers at the Presidio
- Saturday, February 17th, 2:00PM, at AAMLO. Presented by National Park Service Ranger Frederick Penn.
Black History Month Film Series: “13th”
Blaxican History and Other Blatino Fact
- Saturday, February 17th, 4:00PM. Dr. Gloria Arjuno, plus food, music and vendors before and after the event.
Surviving Smash & Grab: The Real Black Panthers
- Saturday, February 17th, 7:00PM, at First Congregational Church. Presented by Community Ready Corps.
Black History Tour at Mountain View Cemetery
Pio Pico, Black, Native and Spanish: The Last Governor of Mexican California
- Saturday, February 24th, 5:00PM, at Peralta Hacienda Historical Park
What Happened to the Black People in Oakland?
Ricki Stevenson on the Centennial of African American Soldiers in World War I
- Saturday, February 24th, 2:00PM, at AAMLO.
Black Joy Parade
- Sunday, February 25th, 12:30PM, downtown.