Lower Hill Redevelopment partner, Pittsburgh Penguins are kicking off a month of Black History celebrations with Black Hockey History Day at PPG Paints Arena followed by a hockey game on Sunday, January 30th against the LA Kings. Throughout the month of February, the Penguins will celebrate Black History Month through virtual programming focused on elevating Black leaders and change-makers, sharing inspiring stories of historic resilience, and connecting fans to one another through their love for hockey.
"The Penguins are devoted to supporting the youth of our city and the Black community. It's part of our mission, and we're happy to lead the National Hockey League and the city of Pittsburgh in celebrating Black History Month all through February," Penguins President David Morehouse said.
The Penguins 2022 Black History Month, where we will feature NHL players and executives, community leaders, and Penguins’ front office staff, as we come together to celebrate the achievements of Black individuals, then, now and in the future.
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