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Toledo Alliance of Black School Educators Connects, Unites

The Toledo Alliance of Black School Educators is working to connect and unite African American educators in the Greater Toledo area.  Members of the organization...

#BUYBLACK419 2024

Toledo and the surrounding areas are home to vibrant businesses owned by Black entrepreneurs. Whether focused on beauty and health or the pursuit of...

Black Girls Rock in Exemplary Service Celebration

The Zeta Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority to host Black Girls Rock in Exemplary Service Celebration on Saturday, Feb. 17, 12...

Celebrate Black History Month With These Events

Fri. 9 African American Legacy Project Exhibit African American Legacy Project will host Reflect. Inspire. Lead: Nurturing the African American Legacy to Inspire the Leaders of...

Toledo School for the Arts Hosting Black History Month Art Exhibit

February is Black History Month, a month to celebrate and honor the rich history and achievements of African Americans. Join Toledo School for the...

A Day of Freedom: Juneteenth Events held around the area

Celebrated annually around the country since 1865, Juneteenth— commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans— only became a federal holiday just last year. Here...

Black History Month

Black History Month– both locally in the Toledo area and throughout the nation– is a chance to not only look at our past but...

A Living Legacy: Kenneth Spruce’s “I Apologize: A Black Man’s Plea for Forgiveness”

Throughout his lifetime Kenneth Spruce has been a City of Toledo official, Associate Professor of Political Science, Baptist Deacon, political activist, student government leader, author and CEO/founder of his own agency.

Filmmaker starts dialogue about masculinity with “Black Men: Unfiltered”

It was during a conversation with her mother a few years ago that filmmaker Ruth Leonard realized something— she had almost never seen her...

BGSU Art Exhibit Explores The Black Male Perception

  Michael D. Harris, an artist, curator and historian, wishes to make those unseen visible to everyone. The Visible Man: Art and Black Male Subjectivity is...

UT Black Theatre Ensemble goes Under the Sea

An exciting version of a classic sci-fi novel by the University of Toledo Black Theatre Ensemble is available for online viewing. 20K Leagues Under...

TMA Black History celebration goes online February 12

The Toledo Museum of Art will honor Black History Month with an online celebration held on February 12 at noon. Led by internationally-known performer...