Welcome to the FLITE & KCAD Library information and resource guide for Black History Month!
These pages contain just a small selection of highlighted resources found in the subject area of black history. Please enjoy our selections and then go explore beyond the limits of this short guide.
The 2021 theme of Black History Month is The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity. This theme is captured in a wonderful illustration created by Sacrée Frangine, a creative duo of artistic directors and illustrators composed of Célia Amroune and Aline Kpade. Visit their website to learn more about them and their creative works.
The annual themes for Black History Month are selected by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History. Please visit their website to learn more about:
2021 will also be the inaugural year for the ASALH Virtual Black History Month Festival - with events happening through the month of February.
The Office of Multicultural Studies at Ferris State University has month long programming. Visit their site for more information.