Black History Month Events
Come celebrate Black History Month 2014 with the Plainsboro Public Library.
On Sunday, February 2, at 1:30 p.m., Plainsboro resident Jerry Hames -- a distinguished journalist published in both the U.S. and Canada -- will be at the Plainsboro Public Library to discuss Dr. Martin Luther King’s historic 1965 march from Selma to Alabama, in which Hames participated and about which he wrote a number of stories for the Canadian press.
Vanessa Johnson, head of the library’s monthly Literary Group, will introduce Hames and will discuss the origin of Black History month.
Local talent to perform:
- Vocalist Carla T. Royster
- Samuel Royster, singer, cellist and pianist
- Spoken word artist Keith Horton will present a poem
- Tony Jackson an accomplished singer, musician, and producer will perform a solo
- Derrick Braxton, C.S.D. Productions (Can't Stop Dancing)
- Carol Watson-Johnson and others from The Watson-Johnson Dance Theatre will be perfororming.
Join us for an afternoon of fun, entertainment, and reflection.
And check out video of last year's event: