African American/Black History Month


Black History Month:
Our Past. Our Heritage. Our Future.

 

Join us during February for a series of virtual events celebrating African American traditions, music, food, literature and more. Our theme this year is “Black History Month: Our Past. Our Heritage. Our Future.”

Join us for historically Black colleges and universities transfer fairs, faculty presentations, cooking classes and everything in between. You’ll even have the chance to get involved and let us know what Black History Month means to you!

 
 

Roland S. Martin

From his show "Washington Watch with Roland Martin" to being a CNN contributor, our keynote speaker carries an impressive resume. Read his full bio.

"The Black Vote and the Future of Black America"

Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2-3 p.m.

 

2021 Civil Rights Speaker Series

Join us in February and March for virtual speeches and panel discussions that highlight the history of civil rights as well as issues facing Black Americans today. The speaker series is a precursor to a Fall 2021 student trip to civil rights museums, memorials and historic sites in Mississippi and Alabama.

 
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Click on an event below to view the full event description, including a link to join.