Northwest Black History Committee in Metropolitan Phoenix Area
We expect more than 100,000 people to attend the Fabulous 4th of July celebration at Steele Indian School Park. The Northwest Black History Committee in Metropolitan Phoenix Area (NBHC) is partnering with the City of Phoenix to host the state's largest such event.
In the Works
Our group is planning events throughout 2021 and 2022, including the 2021 Multicultural Music Festival in El Mirage. Check back for the date and time.
In May of this year, we've scheduled Launching Out Deeper. This is a dialog and musical presentation on mental, physical, spiritual, and community health.
Area on Aging Spring Partnership Event. Date and time to be announced.
Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Series Jan. 2023.
Black History Celebration February 2023
About the NBHC
Founded in 1997, the committee is a community-based organization. Among our members are community leaders, clergy, business owners, students, military, and citizens of various social, economic, and racial backgrounds.
Our purpose is to bring communities together to explore experiences and ideas that define and connect us. We do this through community and cultural events that showcase the best the American experience has to offer.
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