Black History Month Program



NAACP, Amarillo Branch Presents
Black History Month Program

Theme: The Year of the Woman

Date: February 23rd, 2019

Location: Amarillo College Concert Hall Theater

Time: 3pm

Tickets: $25 Adults*, $15 Students*
* Ticket price includes the program and the reception.

For Tickets call Jerri: 530.913.7254, Maxine 806.690.0192, or Melodie 806.640.8184

Soul Food Dinner Reception at In This Moment 707 S. Polk at 5pm

Living History: A Collection of Experiences



Join us for the premiere of Living History: a collection of experiences. The 70-minute mini-documentary produced by Leeann Kossey Overstreet presents the whole story about the experiences of African American leaders in our community with racial discrimination. project is meant to preserve that history and to acknowledge the progress our area has made and has yet to make with equal opportunity.

When: Friday, February 22, 2019 at 6 PM
Where: Bud Joyner Auditorium, Amarillo College, Polk Street Campus

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day March


Please join us for the the annual march in honor of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Monday Jan. 21st
10 am – meet at MLK Park 1501 West Amarillo Blvd
11:30 am – march to the Potter County Courthouse
Noon – a program at Potter Country Courthouse

Our keynote speaker will be Reverend Nell Newton with speeches by Amy Taylor and Melodie Graves. There will be a musical performance by Devlon Jones, and an induction ceremony for incoming NAACP officers and Committee by Potter Country Commissioner Mercy Murguia.

Closing remarks by Amarillo Branch NAACP President Floyd Anthony.

The March Route

The March Route