- The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture host Johns Hopkins Professor of Philosophy Christopher Lebron as he gives a lecture titled “The History of Civil Rights in America: A 21st Century Perspective.” Professor Lebron’s talk will be a deep dive into the rights activists featured in his book, The Making of Black Lives Matter, which connects the Black Lives Matter movement to the struggle for freedom and equal rights for African Americans.
- In Fort Worth, there is an opening reception for the 2020 TCU Annual Juried Student Exhibition at the Moudy Gallery. The exhibition is open to all TCU students and features a wide range of works including painting, photography, video, drawing, sculpture, and more.
- And, there’s still time to take advantage of Penguin Days at the Dallas Zoo. Admission to the Zoo is discounted through the end of February.
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