We view February as Black History Month, a nod to Dr. Carter G. Woodson and his push for the country to acknowledge the contributions of Black People. February is also a ritual in recognition, a performance in cultural inclusivity, a parade of promise and progress, struggle and triumph, history and future.
Join the program faculty of Africana Studies as they take up the task of reviewing and revisioning Black History Month 2018. They will review, magnify, assess, and interrogate the Black that Is and the Black that Ain’t in keeping with the spirit of Woodson. What we remember is one thing; how we remember is something entirely different.