Africana Studies invites you to participate in this year’s Black History Month programs.  Click HERE for more detailed info!

 

Black History Month

February 2018

Theme: Reclaiming the Truth, Challenging the Narrative
BHM Book: Buck: A Memoir, by MK Asante
 

Courageous Conversations: The “N-Word”

Wed, January 31 @ 5:00pm in the Student Works Gallery

Sponsored by The Office of Diversity and Inclusion

 

Black History Month 2018 Kickoff featuring Sandra Turner-Barnes

“Critical, Little Known Truths, Regarding African Enslavement within the State of New Jersey” in the Multi-Purpose Room, Campus Center

Thurs, February 1 @ 12:45

Sponsored by the Africana Studies Program

 

Ida B. Wells-Barnett Keynote Lecture featuring MK Asante, author of Buck: A Memoir

Thurs, February 1 @ 6:00pm in the Multi-Purpose Room, Campus Center

Sponsored by the Offices of the Chancellor, Campus Center, Civic Engagement, Diversity & Inclusion, Student Involvement, and the African Studies Program

 

Field Trip to the African American History Museum in Philadelphia

Sat, February 3

Sponsored by The Office of Student Involvement

 

More than MLK: LGBTQ+ in Black History

Wed, February 7 @ 5:00pm

Sponsored by The Office of Diversity and Inclusion & Club 26

 

Tri-State Catholic Gospel Concert

Sun, February 11 @ 3:00pm in the Gordon Theater

Sponsored by The Office of Diversity and Inclusion

 

Film Screening & Discussion of Timbuktu

Mon, February 12 @ 6pm in Viewing Room

(lower level of Campus Center)

Sponsored by the Africana Studies Program

 

Slam Poet Dru Law

Thurs, February 15 @ 8:00pm in the Multi-Purpose Room

Sponsored by The Office of Student Involvement

 

To Kneel or Not to Kneel: Sports, Activism, and Social Justice

Mon, February 19 @ 6:00pm

Sponsored by The Office of Student Involvement and Social Work

 

Film Screening & Discussion of Marshall

Mon, February 26 @ 6:00pm in the Raptor Roost

(lower level of Campus Center)

Sponsored by The Office of Student Involvement and The Office of International Students and Global Programs

 

Black History Month Closing Discussion

Wed, February 28 @ 5:00pm in the Student Works Gallery

Sponsored by The Office of Diversity & Inclusion