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2nd Annual New Mexico Black History Month 2013 Festival Guide

Posted by on January 24, 2013

The New Mexico Black History Month Organizing Committee’s mission is to preserve the rich cultural heritage that African Americans have made to the state of New Mexico and the United States. We do this by producing an annual slate of events that cover five focus areas: Arts and Culture, Cuisine, Education, Positive Youth Development and Health. There is something for everyone here…Enjoy and celebrate with us!

The 2013 New Mexico Black History Month Festival is February 5 – 24, 2013. Something for everyone: Roots Revival cabaret, Griffin’s Best Sweet Potato Pie contest, Dreamgirls at Popejoy, The Cotton Club Refined Gala, CommUnity Dance Party, WorkItOut Wellness/Fitness day, New Mexico’s Gosepl Best and seriously good times!

The purpose of the 2013 Black History Month Festival is to promote multiculturalism and increase awareness of the contributions that African Americans have made to New Mexico. Each event of this festival showcases the culture and talent of African Americans and encourages engagement and participation by the entire Albuquerque community.

-New Mexico Black History Month

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