Black History Month
Black History Month was launched in 2008 and was developed after talks with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community groups indicated strong support for a specific cultural program.
The communities suggested a range of activities for the broader community to enjoy and better understand the history and cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Brisbane.
Black History Month runs throughout July each year and is a showcase of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, heritage and cultures which acknowledges and celebrates First Australians' achievements and contributions.
Black History Month 2018 events
Now in its 10th year, Black History Month continues to attract a growing audience and interest from across academia, education, corporate and community sectors.
This year's program offers unique experiences from Family Fun Days, children story time, dance, movie screenings, art exhibitions and more.
View the full program of Black History Month events and activities including NAIDOC Week celebrations.
If you would like to learn more about Black History Month, phone Council on 07 3403 8888.