Celebrating Black History Month: Here's a Look at How Some Colleges and Universities around the Country Are Celebrating Black History Month

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Celebrating Black History Month: Here's a Look at How Some Colleges and Universities around the Country Are Celebrating Black History Month


California Lutheran University

Concert: "Ain't I A Woman!" Core Ensemble and Taylore Mahogany Scott

Foothill College (Calif.)

Lecture, Demonstration & Petite Performance: "Dallas Black Dance Theatre"

Book Discussion: Author Richard Thompson Ford will present a reading from his book, The Race Card: How Bluffing About Bias Makes Race Relations Worse

Talent Show: "College Hour"--The Black Student Union, Brother to Brother, Shades of Africa and the Hip-Hop Club, among other groups, will showcase their talents

Concert: "Make a Joyful Noise Gospel Concert"--Foothill College Gospel Choir and Bay area gospel choirs will gather to perform

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

Event: Soul Cinema, "The Great Debaters"

Event: African American Cultural Leadership Luncheon--A Black community leader will offer students advice on the road to success and leading a diverse organization

Event: Bowling with the Black Student Union

Discussion: "Black and Brown Get Down"--The Black Student Union and Latino Student Association will discuss stereotypes, myths, truths and commonalities between the two communities

The Ohio State University

Event: Black History Month Cultural Celebration--Hosted at the Fisher College of Business, the celebration will feature African-American art, music, food and dance

University of Georgia

Presentation: Posters honoring African-American achievements will be on display across the campus featuring Black inventors, activists and contributors who impacted society

Speaker: Dr.

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