Celebrating Black History Month:
A Night Of History
Saturday, February 26th
Off-Site Event at Ebenezer United Church of Christ
AACAHC hosted “A Night of History” as the Annual Black History Month Event on Saturday, February 26th. This recurring event was hosted at the ECCO Building at Ebenezer United Church of Christ in Burlington.
Audience members immersed themselves in rich, inspiring, African traditions with the DON Foli African Drums/Dancing Ensemble as well as history with Diane Faison who performed a captivating monologue as Harriet Tubman.
Photography by Lauren Branch
DON Foli African Drums + Dancing Ensemble
Diane Faison's "The Spirit of Harriet Tubman"
Audience + Vendors
Preview of 'The Spirit of Harriet Tubman' by Diane Faison:
Featured Alamance-based vendors include QueenMe Accessories, Divine Purpose Designs, ReNew Me Body Soaps, BeCute Imporium, and D.I.V.A.'s Originals.
This event was funded in-part by the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation and the Alamance County Convention and Visitors Bureau.