Camps/Family Events

Youth Speaks Black History Month Showcase

Sunday, February 26th

Youth Speaks is a free virtual program hosted by The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. This program offers youth, 18 and under, the opportunity to express their thoughts, ideas, and feelings on history, justice, equality, and Afrofuturism!

Each week, participants will submit videos of themselves expressing one of the themes through a range of artistic forms including song, poetry, monologue, or other forms of visual expression. The videos each week will be posted on Fridays. Youth that would like to participate should submit videos to with their names, ages, and city.

A culminating live showcase will happen at the museum that is free and open to the public in March.

*Event details subject to change.