accessAtlanta has your 2019 guide to celebrating Black History Month in Atlanta.
In the latest episode of the podcast, AJC Sepia editor Ernie Suggs shares things to do, venues to see and opportunities to learn more in Atlanta during Black History Month.
Suggs also previews the paper’s upcoming, month-long Black History Month Series, featuring profiles on notable figures, unsung heroes and cultural touchstones.
AJC Sepia is one of the newspaper’s special content sections, which features curated content and news for and about black people. The page also features original content like Facebook Lives, Spotify playlists and more.
Go with us behind the scenes for interviews with the people who create movies, music and art that’s making waves around the world. We’ll share some fun things to do in Atlanta over the next 10 days, too. Subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify or find previous episodes on the web at ajc.com.
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