Black History Month 2019: Celebrating African-American HeritageFebruary is Black History Month, and all month long KDKA will be celebrating local African-American heritage and some of its leaders.
AMC Theaters Offering Free Screenings Of 'Black Panther' For Black History Month"Black Panther" is heading back to movie theaters, and you can see it for free.
Monroeville Woman To Celebrate 102nd BirthdayA Monroeville woman with her mental and physical health intact will be celebrating her 102nd birthday next month.
Pittsburgh Theatre Company Tells Story Of 1967 Detroit Riots In Haunting PlayIn honor of Black History Month, New Horizon Theater's production of "Detroit '67," written by Dominique Morisseau, is taking place at Falk School in Oakland.
Black History Month: Preserving The Work Of Teenie HarrisThe Carnegie Museum acquired the Teenie Harris collection in 2001 and created an endowed position to organize the nearly 80,000 images, prints and evidence of his work.
Black History Month 2017: Celebrating African-American HeritageFebruary is Black History Month and all month long, KDKA will be celebrating the local African-American heritage and some of the leaders.
Black History Month: Local Color Guard Team Beating The OddsIn honor of Black History Month we are shining a light on a local African-American color guard team that is beating the odds.
Black History Month: Det. Howard McKinney & Hill CityIn the late 1930's, an African-American Pittsburgh Police detective came up with a novel approach to helping children in the community.
Black History Month: African American Police Officers In 1880sA look back in time in honor of Black History Month.
Black History Month: RMU's First African-American PresidentA local university is making progress and history at the same time with the hiring of a new president.
Black History Month: Erroll GarnerAs we celebrate Black History Month, we take a look at another jazz great that a new exhibit is bringing back into the limelight - Erroll Garner.
Black History Month: The Ballad Of Emmett TillThe death of a 14-year-old boy in the 1950s south was a pivotal incident in the Civil Rights movement. A new play is telling his tale.
"Young And Gifted Choir" Celebrates Diverse History90-year-old Almeda Pryor, the founder and first director of "the Young and Black Choir" at California University of Pennsylvania, is happy to see it's still going strong.
Black History Month: LeMoyne HouseThe home of one local abolitionist still stands, providing a unique look into just one of the many stops on the Underground Railroad.
Black History Month: Local Congregation Around For 150-Plus YearsAs we celebrate Black History Month, we visit a local congregation that's been around for more than 150 years.