Black history month is in full swing and Buffalo NY is filled with so many historical sites. Visit Buffalo Niagara will be displaying" Celebrating Black History" window display at Visit Buffalo Niagara 617 Main St, Buffalo, NY from Feb 3-28. The photo collages were put together by local artists Floyd Baker, Tamora Lee and Michael Mietlicki. Visit Buffalo Niagara is hosting this display as the month of remembrance honoring the unique and rich history of African-Americans in the United States, particularly in the city of Buffalo NY.
The "Celebrate Black History" window display will be up Feb 3-28 at Visit Buffalo Niagara 617 Main Street Buffalo NY 14203 for info https://www.facebook.com/events/412278285572363/
In creating this project the artists wanted to reflect on the historical impact and contributions made in the city of Buffalo NY. Instead of focusing on individuals the project turns its focus on the black community where countless black men and women contributed to the advancement of human civilization. For more information on the visiting the African-American heritage sites check Visit Buffalo Niagara African American Heritage guide online at http://www.visitbuffaloniagara.com/includes/content/docs/media/Buffalo-AfricanAmerican-Heritage-2013.pdf
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Visit Buffalo Niagara operates two visitor centers - one in downtown Buffalo in the historic Market Arcade building and the other at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport. Both provide high quality, locally made Buffalo souvenirs as well as brochures, maps and information from our industry partners - distributed for the purpose of enhancing the visitor and business traveler experience.
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