A Black History Month event. Hear community leaders discuss current civil rights hot topics. Add your voice to a meaningful dialogue on voting, civic engagement and more. Refreshments will be provided.
A Black History Month event. Explore the similarities and differences of negro soldiers on both sides of the battle. Topics will include why the soldiers may have chosen to fight, the symbolism of the flags and the truth about the Emancipation Proclamation. Open to the public/community.
Please join your colleagues and students at the African-American Networking Mix and Mingle Open Mic on Thursday, Feb. 19, from 3 – 4 p.m. in the Winnet Building, Great Hall, Room S2-19. The emcee will be Darlene Monts of the Spoken Word Poetry Club. This event is sponsored by the Student Leadership and Involvement Center, The Spoken Word Club and the President's Diversity Council. Light refreshments will be served.
A Black History Month event. Join the Student Programming Board for a viewing of the film "Dear White People,” a film about African-American students attending an Ivy League college facing cultural conflict.
A Black History Month event. Join us as we recognize the heritage, accomplishments and culture of African Americans in the United States. The Student Programming Board will play Blues music and present an interactive timeline of various historical events.