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BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Browne Popular Culture Library

Black History Month in the display case at the Ray Browne Popular Culture Library will take a different approach to highlighting the contributions of African...

2/1
Virtual Event
Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives

For Black History Month 2021, the Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives are spotlighting Ma Rainey. She helped move the traditional blues harmony into...

2/1
Virtual Event
Taste of February: Movements That Moved Us

SMART will be hosting our annual Taste of February event virtually this year throughout the entire month of February! Taste of February is a celebratory...

2/1
Virtual Event
Your Body is a Beautiful Work in Progress: Our Incredible, Beautiful Bodies

Feb. 10, 2020 at 7 p.m. | For EVERYONE Mirna Valerio "The Mirnavator" | Runner, Speaker, Author Presents: Your Body is a Beautiful Work in Progress: Our...

2/10 7pm
Virtual Event
Next Gen Conversation with Erin Upchurch

Join Student Engagement, Diversity and Inclusion in conversation with Erin Upchurch, Executive Director of Kaleidoscope Youth Center. This conversation will...

2/11 12:30pm
Virtual Event
Taste of February: BLM: Self-Care: Take Your Power

Self-Care is an Act of Activism. Take time to de-stress and relax in order to replenish your power as a change agent on campus and in your community.

2/11 6pm
Virtual Event
artwork of Black woman created by Allie Hicks

Black Expo registration is now open! This exciting day of Black centered information for faculty and staff has arrived! The Office of Multicultural Affairs...

2/13 11am
Virtual Event
Beyond the Dream Keynote: Talithia Williams

KEYNOTE and Q & A with Talithia Williams | 6 - 7:15 p.m. Big Data Expert, Math Professor & Host of NOVA Wonders (Student Session, Noon - 12 - 12:45...

2/16 6pm
Virtual Event
Taste of February: Lift as We Rise: Black Panthers

Organizations such as the Black Panther Party gave back to their communities and uplifted others by sharing resources. Let’s come together to give to those...

2/17 6pm
Virtual Event
2021 BLACK ISSUES CONFERENCE

2021 BLACK ISSUES CONFERENCE | February 25, 2021 | 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Black Issues Conference expores "Our Untold Story," featuring keynote speaker...

2/25 9:30am
Virtual Event
Taste of February: Breaking the Silence: Me Too Movement

Tarana Burke founded the Me Too Movement in 2006 as a way to help women stand up for themselves. Hear from both professionals and student leaders within the...

2/25 6pm
Virtual Event

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