Black History Month

This Black History Month, we invite you to join us in the celebration from Feb. 1 through Feb. 28.  You can get a discount on AARP membership (25 percent off for new or renewing members) and on the online AARP Driver Safety course. You may even be able to get together with friends and neighbors for a free movie screening of The Butler and The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks Story in Central Virginia.
50 Years of Remembrance 
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Black History Month is an annual celebration commemorating African Americans who contributed to the monumental movement of equal rights for men and women in our society. The month of February allows individuals to pay homage by reflecting on the past, while focusing on the future. In commemoration of Black History Month, AARP is offering a free admission day to the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018. The first 300 people will enter free of charge.
AARP and the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage are pleased to bring you This Light of Ours: Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement as well as two unique events with Lori Stokes and photographer Matt Herron.
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Celebrate Black History Month and get up to 25% off membership dues plus a free gift when you Join or Renew with AARP. Membership comes with immediate access to all the perks and benefits that help you and your family thrive.
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In recognition of Black History Month, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority (Wilmington Chapter) presents August Wilson’s play Two Trains Running. The play explores the social and psychological manifestations of changing attitudes toward race, from the perspective of urban blacks in the late 1960’s.
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AARP and the Greater Cleveland Urban Film Foundation are proud to offer a free screening of unique movies celebrating the tremendous impact African Americans have had on our country.
Maya Angelou Black History Month
In honor of Black History Month, AARP Nevada will, as part of its on-going Movies for Grownups series, will screen American Masters - Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise, Thursday Feb. 16 at 6:45pm at the AMC Rainbow Promenade, free of charge.
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