Apple to celebrate Black History Month with special Today at Apple program
What you need to know
- Apple is holding a month of creative sessions to celebrate Black History Month.
- They'll run from February 1 to February 29.
- It's a chance to learn from "dynamic creators who are changing cultural narratives".
Apple has announced that it will hold a month of Today at Apple Sessions to celebrate Black History Month.
Over on its website Apple stated:
The sessions will differ from place to place. For example, one such announced session at Apple's 5th Avenue store in NYC is a Music Lab with Chief Ayanda Clarke of THE FADARA GROUP:
San Francisco's Union Square store has an exclusive even with Brandon Santiago, Javier Reyes and Porsche Kelly on February 4:
It doesn't appear that these sessions are being extended worldwide, so they are likely confined to the US.
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