APAH Celebrates Black History Month

As APAH’s vision for racial equity acknowledges, this work is never done. Though we celebrate Black History Month, APAH strives to celebrate this history all year. You can read about our vision for, and actions in, racial equity, diversity, and inclusion here.


APAH staff are finding small ways to celebrate and learn this Black History Month. Here are some of their recommendations:


Books Documentaries, TV, and Films Podcasts Other

“Black Boy”
a memoir by Richard Wright


“Summer of Soul”
on Disney+, Hulu, Amazon Prime


The Vanishing of Harry Pace


28 Days of Black History
newsletter published by Anti-Racism Daily


“The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois”
a novel by Honorée Fanonne Jeffers


“The Underground Railroad”
on Amazon Prime


Code Switch

Black History, Black Freedom & Black Love
history lessons by masterclass.com

on Netflix




APAH staff member Garrett Jackson reflects on Black History Month.