black history month

MOSS POINT TEACHER GOES VIRAL FOR BLACK HISTORY MONTH

One Moss Point teacher is going viral online, after she shared her black history month themed project on Facebook. News 25's Kristen Anzuini spoke with the teacher today about her powerful message. Jovan Bradshaw is a sixth grade math teacher…

Black History Month Preview of Events

Several programs and events will take place on the Coast in honor of Black History Month. First Missionary Baptist Church of Biloxi will host a program on February 23rd, acknowledging local African-American leaders on the Coast. St. Paul United Methodist…

Black History Month Events

The goal is to strengthen the heritage identity between the communities and how do you do that? You take a picture. The 100 Men Hall is hosting events for Black History Month. The People Project will take place from Sunday,…

Program honors African American war heroes

Military is the theme of the annual Black History Month Program at the Biloxi Civic Center. The City of Biloxi teams up with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to host the event every year. For our…

Black History Month Program

Military is the theme of the annual Black History Month Program at the Biloxi Civic Center. The City of Biloxi teams up with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to host this event every year. News 25’s…

Black History program in Biloxi

The City of Biloxi will celebrate Black History Month tomorrow. The Black History Month program will take place at the Biloxi Civic Center on Howard Avenue. There will be speakers and table top photo displays. The event is free. Doors…

Black History Month Program at Pass Road Elementary

Black History Month continues as February comes to an end and a local elementary hosted their annual program to celebrate and honor the month long event. News 25’s Payton Malone traveled out to Pass Road Elementary in Gulfport and has…

Black Love Matters panel discussion

Today, the University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Park Campus continued their Black History Month programming with a panel discussion centered around black love. Tonight’s Black Loves Matter panel featured three couples who shared their journey and experiences to finding and…

Black History program at Lyman Elementary School

Students at Lyman Elementary School put on a Black History play to educate their classmates on several Civil Rights leaders. The play featured three parts. The first part, “Yes, Black Americans Invented That,” featured a class of students being educated…

Students celebrate Black History Month

BB King and other African American artists made an appearance at Pass Road Elementary School this afternoon. Students dressed up as various musicians during this year’s Black History Month program to showcase the role African Americans played in the creation…

Black History Month Art Exhibit

Students and staff at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College are celebrating Black History Month through artistic expression. Stroll through the Jefferson Davis campus library and you may be able to recognize important African-American figures, from President Barack Obama to pop…

Tribute to Fannie Lou Hamer

Students from Pass Road Elementary School now know all about an African-American Civil Rights figure. Children sang, clapping together for a Black History Month program held in the school gym. Parents and students came to watch actress Billie Jean Young…

Local African-Americans Making History

February 1st marked the beginning of Black History Month. News 25 caught up with Karen Sock, who made history right here along the Coast as the first African-American woman to run the daily operations of a casino. Originally from Ohio, Sock…

The Success of Karen Sock

Today marks the beginning of Black History Month, a time used to highlight and celebrate the achievements African-Americans have made throughout our country over the years. News 25’s Kendra Turley joins us live to tell us more about one African-American…

Black History Month: Jeramey Anderson

We complete our Black History Month series by highlighting a young man whose story impacted the entire state when he became the youngest candidate to win a House seat in Mississippi.

Alumni Association to Host Free Black History Month Program

The public is invited to attend “It Takes a Village and a Neighborhood” Black History Month program on Saturday, February 28th beginning at 3 p.m. at the Aaron Jones Family Interactive Center located across from Pascagoula High School.

Black History Month Locals: James Crowell

News 25 focuses on one of south Mississippi's own, James Crowell, President of the Gulf Coast chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (N.A.A.C.P.)