PNC Bank Partners with the National Center for Civil and Human Rights for Black History Month Programming for the Community
PNC Bank is sponsoring the Local Take for Black History Month. Additionally, PNC will host a month of innovative programming at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. From gospel to jazz to Ambassador Andrew Young, there is something for everyone. Cristel Williams, Director of Client and Community Relations, joins us to discuss some of the highlights.
I asked Williams about the programming and why it was important for PNC Bank to participate with the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. She speaks about the importance that PNC Bank being viewed as a Main Street Bank with Wall Street capabilities.
On February 11th, Giawayen Mata Atlanta’s all-woman African Drumming and Dance group will perform throughout the day. This creative group creates original music that addresses challenges faced by people and women of color.
On February 18th, there will be an Evening of Jazz that will include performances and speakers to celebrate the innovative and transformative power of the genre. They will speak to the relationship between jazz and the civil rights movement.
On February 23rd, journalist Erine Suggs will speak with Ambassador Andrew Young. The Many Lives of Andrew Young was released in 2022. The gentlemen will come together for a conversation that you can listen in on.
On February 25th, the Trey Clegg singers bring the spirit of gospel music to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. They will discuss the power of gospel music which inspired the Civil Rights Movement.
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