Black History Month

The City of Cleveland’s Black History Month “Building a Sense of Community” celebration honored African American arts and culture on Feb. 21 in City Hall Rotunda. 

The celebration featured the world premiere play The Hollow Image: A Daughter Trilogy  written and directed by City of Cleveland Arts and Culture Coordinator Cornell Calhoun III. Renowned musician, composer and educator Ed Ridley was also honored at the ceremony for his contributions to African American arts and culture. 

Remarks were given by Chief of Public Affairs Natoya Walker-Minor and Community Relations Board Director Grady Stevenson. Food samples were available to attendees. 

Photographer: 
Ruggero Fatica