03 February, 2018
The Tyler Public Library is excited to announce a film series for Black History Month.
We have long agonized over Black History Month.
To that end, the celebration got off to an early, historic start with the staging of playwright Jason Rip's play, Flowers and Thorns, at Wolf Performance Hall Jan. 26 that told the story of six Black Canadian women who've had an impact. Black History Month kicks off tonight with the first event featuring poet Joshua Bennett at 7:00 p.m.in Albert Taylor Hall. "There are things that my parents said to me that their parents said to them that are recognizable by black folks from MS to Miami to Chicago to Philadelphia". This is the first time LPS has had a black history class.
Students, faculty, and staff members attended the opening ceremony.
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"By me taking this class, I'm learning about my history and my culture and it's an eye-opener", he said.
"This month is important because it shows support for people of every race and is geared toward educating people that life is not about what color we are, but about who we are as people", Destiny Zenn, biology freshman, said. Later, in 1976, President Gerald Ford would officially recognize Black History Month during the United States' bicentennial anniversary. It is a continuous, cosmic beach upon which we all leave our footprints. The organization will also host an employee, private screening of the feature documentary, "The First to Do It", a story chronicling the life of Earl Lloyd - the first African American to play in the National Basketball Association.
The history class was created and approved for the 2016-2017 school year.