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Black History Comes To Life Day is the perfect event to co-sponsor with other organizations. Bring up to 7 of our fully costumed re-enactors to your campus. Frederick Douglas, Carter G. Woodson, Harriet Tubman or any of our 20+ reenactors will arrive at your campus for a full day of planned activities. Start the day with a VIP Breakfast for your campus officials and event sponsors. Next, our characters rove and interact with students in your highly trafficked areas. We also set up our BHCTL booth loaded with information, giveaways and complimentary photos. Lastly invite the campus and surrounding community for the evening's main event -- a full 75 minute performance of your choice. Offer your students an experience of a lifetime, a Black History Comes To Life Day will remain in their memories for years to come. 

Includes: Morning Activity, afternoon BHCTL display and booth, complimentary photos, giveaways and 1 full performance. 

Maya Angelou   
Mary Mcleod Bethune
Henry Box Brown
George Washington Carver 
Frederick Douglas 
W.E.B Dubois
Langston Hughes
Zora Neale Hurston
Billie Holiday
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 
Thurgood Marshall 
Paul Robeson
 Emmett Till
Sojourner Truth
 Harriet Tubman
 Denmark Vessey 
 Ida B. Wells
 Madam CJ Walker
Booker T Washington
Carter G Woodson

Additional Shows:
Slam Poetry      Classic Poetry 
Madame CJ Walker & Dr. King 
College of Lake County 
Let our characters take over your cafeteria 
  • Up to 7 fully costumed reenactors on your campus
  • Includes Lively BHCTL Booth w/ Giveaways
  • Students ask and get their questions answered
  • Take pictures with our reenactors
  • (1) Full performance of your choice
  • Roving reenactors offer tons of information on their historical figure

Make it an EPIC experience 

Students get a real life history lesson in one day

Turn in questionnaire to win a laptop computer

Set up a display table in a visible area where students can openly see and ask question about Black History