Black History Month

Black History Month started in 1925 as “Negro History Week” by Carter G. Woodson to raise awareness of African American’s contribution to civilization and American society. The event was first celebrated during a week in February 1926 that encompassed the birthdays of both Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass. The celebration was expanded from one week to a month in 1976, the nation’s bicentennial, to signify the importance of Black history, the Civil Rights movement, and the contributions of African Americans to our history and culture.



Black History Month

IME x CSCCI Community Circle
Thursday, February 10th
7:00 PM

IME x Admission Social Justice Tour

Keynote Speaker: Cameron Whitten
Wednesday, February 16th

IME x GSOCA Trivia Night
Friday, February 18th
4:30 PM
Graduate Campus

IME x LCCS Cheer & Step Workshop
Friday, February 18th
7:00 - 8:00 PM

Black History Month Dinner
Friday, February 25th
5:00 PM
Smith Hall

More information and RSVP forms in our LinkTree!
IME’s LinkTree
Learn about our Black Student Union (BSU) student affinity group!

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