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The Black History Month Gala, hosted by “When African Women Talk,” is an extraordinary celebration of Black excellence, resistance, resilience, and activism. This year’s theme amplifies the historical and ongoing struggles, achievements, and contributions of Black individuals and communities. It is an opportunity to honor the movements, leaders, and events that have shaped Black history while encouraging ongoing efforts toward justice and equality.
The gala promises a captivating evening filled with inspiring speakers, captivating performances, and opportunities for networking and community building. It serves as a platform to recognize and honor the unwavering spirit of Black people throughout history and in the present day, fostering a sense of community, empowerment, and recognition for Black women everywhere—the core values of “When African Women Talk.”