Black History Month, which this year follows the theme, “Reflecting on Black Femininity: The Year of the Woman,” continues on Saturday, February 22, with a celebration of the music that defines the beauty, struggle, and triumph of Black people in the Americas. Admission is free. The event begins at 7:30 .m. in the Gordon Theater. For more information, contact Joseph Streater.
Black History Month events fill the calendar for February, with programming such as learning and practicing Tai Chi, which has African origins; to a tribute to Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison; to a viewing of the film Harriet, about the life of Harriet Tubman.
Contact Dr. Keith Green, Director of Africana Studies, for more information.