Black writers and book authors based in Greater Boston Massachusetts, are invited to publicize your books for sale to readers on the BlackBoston.com Online Platform. We provide the publicity coverage by posting your titles on display. We’ll tell people where to buy your books. The Black authors book section of the website. is here.
Google is celebrating Black History month’s past and present by putting artwork on in the background on your search page. This is Afrofuturism art. View an image from Google’s Black History Month art portfolio here. Learn more about Google’s featured Black art here.
Black Boston people have a long list of things to do and places to go during Black History month. There are so many, we can’t list them here but we’re going to link to some of the opportunities to network with others while learning about Black people in town and aroind the world. The neighborhoods of Dorchester, Mattapan and Roxbury, whose zip codes have defined “Black Boston,” are rocking with things to do and place to go. Look for event listings published in major media as well. Since 1965, The Bay State Banner has been our eyes and ears for Black culture news and social issues. We suggest you also read the Boston Globe, Boston biggest daily newspaper and watch or hear what GBH radio and public television programming channels will be offering.
Checkout The Lynching Tree exhibition for Steve McQueen’s photographs on display at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. There will be critical conversations about slavery in the United States, during its limited-run exhibition. Be sure to vist the Institute for Contemporary Art, the Museum of Fine Arts and other galleries around town for Black History month topics, when you are looking for something to do.
Boston Black Heritage & History Tour guides are performing tours in Roxbury. We put a Black Tour guide directory together you can access from the link.