Black History Month
Feb 2, 2012 by Kecia Baker
National African American History Month is a time to recognized the extraordinary achievements of African Americans and their essential role in shaping of America. In honor of their courage and contributions, let us resolve to carry forward together the promise of America.
"If there is no struggle, there is no progress."
Date Event Location & Time
Thursday, February 2nd Black History Month Kickoff Comet Cafe @ 12:00pm
Tuesday, February 7th Soul Food Cafe (Cost $9.00) Dining Hall (Lunch Menu)
Wednesday, February 8th African American Inventors Museum
Founders 1st Floor Atrium (12pm-3pm)
Wednesday, February 8th A Tribute to the Minneapolis Sound The Pub @ 8pm
Thursday, February 9th Celebrating "Hair"-itage: Getting Back to Our Roots Galaxy Rooms @ 12 pm
Tuesday, February 14th Comet Comedy Series: Marvin Michaels The Pub @ 8pm
Thursday, February 16th Underground Poetry Circus: Zero Skidmore The Pub @ 9pm
Thursday, February 23rd Ladies' NIght with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Galaxy Rooms @ 7pm
Tuesday, February 28th Black History Celebration: The Big Dinner Galaxy Rooms @ 4:30pm
ALL MONTH "African Americans in Film" History Display Second Floor Lobby in McDermott Library