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Baldwin Hills Crenshaw’s annual Black History Month celebration is underway, kicking off with the critically acclaimed Pan African Film and Art Festival—the largest Black History Month event in the country – which continues through Feb. 15.
Special events also include a meet and greet with Grammy award-winning gospel artist Erica Campbell and a ChildrensFest for the whole family to enjoy together. The month-long celebration is part of Baldwin Hills Crenshaw’s ongoing community programming designed to offer year-round high-quality and diverse events for the community.
MEET & GREET WITH GRAMMY WINNING GOSPEL ARTIST ERICA CAMPBELL
ACTIVITIES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
The Black History Month celebration will conclude with a meet and greet event with Grammy award-winning gospel artist Erica Campbell of the Billboard chart-topping duo Mary Mary. Ms. Campbell and her sister Tina co-star in Mary Mary, a television series on WE tv that follows their daily lives as they balance their households and careers.
The meet and greet will take place in the Center Court on Thursday, February 25, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Baldwin Hills Crenshaw’s Black History Month celebration includes events for the wholefamily. BHCP Kid’s Club is collaborating with the Pan African Film Festival to host a ChildrensFest, which will include a free film screening on Saturday, Feb. 13 at 10 a.m.
Following the film, there will be storytelling and interactive activities focused on the beauty and artistry of African culture on the Macy’s Bridge from noon to 2 p.m.
This event is free and open to the public.