The Catonsville, Arbutus, Lansdowne and Woodlawn libraries plan to mark Black History Month in February with children’s programming and a film series.
“We have some really great programs that emphasize the fact that African-American history is American history,” said Julie Brophy, the library system’s adult engagement coordinator.
One of the most notable programs, library spokeswoman Erica Palmisano said, is “Black History LIVE! with Culture Queen,” a children’s performance celebrating African-American history that will be performed at the Catonsville, Lansdowne and Woodlawn libraries.
“She’s so engaging,” Palmisano said of Jessica “Culture Queen” Smith, who also...