Black History Month
Celebrate, support and learn about the world changers, brave leaders, our black brothers and sisters. Continue below for resources, inspiration, a highlight of key figures from black history and those shaping our future.
Key figures in black history and those shaping our future
Tribe Kids' Black History Month Series
Black owned businesses in the community
These video resources have been edited from our E58 Town Hall discussions. Town Hall is our virtual space open to all that aims to foster a culture of discovery, education, and collaboration.
Allyship Part 1 with Christina Deanne
This video focuses on allyship with special guest Christina Deanne, an educator, lover of people, and committed to the work of racial healing and reconciliation.
Allyship Part 2 with Christina Deanne + Tinasha LaRaye
This video explores the unique traumas of the Black community in our nation, as well as giving thoughtful ways to self manage any carried hardships in good health and honoring practices to minister to those weighed down by it. We hope this resource can serve to both educate and empower our E58 Community.
True freedom finally came on June 19, 1865, when Union troops arrived in Galveston Bay, Texas. The army announced that enslaved black people in the state, were free by executive decree. This day is known as "Juneteenth" more than 250,000 enslaved black people were set free. Continue to learn about its significance with the resources below.
Historian Dr. Shennette Garrett-Scott lectures on the history of Juneteenth
The Racial Wealth Gap – Senator Corey Booker and others
Michelle Alexander, “The New Jim Crow” (2013)
Celebrating Juneteenth with the Solomon Sir Jones films
The Amistad Center for Arts 2021 Juneteenth celebration
The Yale and Slavery Research Project: Student Perspectives