Black History Month Events and Programming

Curated in collaboration with MLK Commission, the City of Albuquerque’s African American Liaison, Culture Change, Violence Intervention Program and other community organizations.


90 Days of Nonviolence Webinar Series January - March 2022

90 Days of Nonviolence, a pledge to commit to the Six Principles of Non-Violence against the Triple Evils of poverty, racism and militarism. The community is invited to participate in a series of virtual educational webinars and town halls facilitated by City employees and by community members. 

Links Homesteader Exhibition Tour

The Albuquerque Museum Foundation is excited to host The Links and friends for a tour of Facing the Rising Sun: The Journey of African American Homesteaders in New Mexico, Vision, Belief, and Sovereign Ownership at the Albuquerque MuseumThere are two tour groups available, with a maximum of 15 attendees per tour group. Please review the available slots and click on the button below to sign up. Further information will be emailed to you in advance of the tours. Thank you to The Links for sponsoring this great event!


Black Diamonds Africa Cup of Nations Finals Watch Party Fundraiser

Join Black Diamonds OUR United Soccer supporter group as we watch the finals of AFCON or Africa Cup of Nations.

  • When: Sunday February 6th, 2022 from 9am-3pm
  • Where: 50/50 Coffee House Pub located at 2122 Central Ave SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106
  • Cost: $20 adults & $10 kids 12 and under
  • RVSP: Link coming soon

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2nd Annual Black History Black Diamonds & United Soccer Clinic

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The Spectrum of Blackness-Diversity within the Black Community Learning Session

As we continue dive into Black History Month what does it mean to celebrate the spectrum of Blackness within the Black/African American community? What are barriers to doing so? This session will cover the impacts of colorism and the importance of seeing the diversity within the Black/African American community. We will examine how institutions and organizations create harm when engaging with the Black/African American community in a universal/stereotypical way.

Film Screening and Discussion with Youth Leaders. Free Parking. Dinner will be served.

  • When:    Friday, February 25th, 2022 from 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM MST
  • Where:   African American Performing Arts Center 310 San Pedro Drive Northeast, Albuquerque, NM 87108
  • RSVP:     Click here to RSVP for Free


For more information about these event, please contact Nichole Rogers at 505-768-4521 or the Office of Equity and Inclusion at [email protected]