Black History Month Events

February 2014 Events

Learn more about Black History Month.

(The events below are sponsored by the Multicultural Center at SCSU)

Film: 42: The True Story of an American Legend

Showing at the Adanti Student Theater
February 4, 2014
12:00pm - 2:15pm

Join us as we watch the historical sports drama, 42, where the first black Major League baseball player, Jackie Robinson is signed onto the Brooklyn Dodgers.

Full Screening and Discussion to Follow

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Chinese New Year Celebration: The Year of the Horse

Come celebrate with us on February 5th at 12:00pm in Engleman B 121 A & B as we enjoy a show from Amity Chinese Honor Society, traditional food, calligraphy, handcrafts, singing, and red enveloped as gifts.

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Kingian non-violence training info-session

Come learn more about the Kingian Nonviolence training at the two info sessions on February 10th from 1-2pm in the Adanti Student Center Ballroom and 4-5pm in the Adanti Student Theater.

 

 


 

OFF-CAMPUS ACTIVITIES (not sponsored by SCSU)

IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH BLACK HISTORY MONTH ACTIVITIES

Sponsored by the Immanuel Youth Group

 AN INTERGENERATIONAL EXCHANGE

The Youth Group has planned activities to celebrate Black History Month.  The activities are designed for ages 13 and older and are meant to bring teens together with the older generation to discuss topics about Black history and culture.  Each evening will have a discussion, film, activity, and snack.  Please come out for stimulating discussion & fellowship!  Bring friends!

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST – 6-9PM

Black Cinema and the Representation of Blackness

Discussion Leader – Roxana Walker-Canton

Film – Ethnic Notions

Adult Sunday School Room

  

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH – 6-9PM

Civil Rights From the Bottom Up

Discussion Leader – Dr. David Canton

Film:  Eyes on the Prize:  Awakenings

Adult Sunday School Room

  

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH – 6-9PM

The Black Church

Discussion Leader – Pastor Ross Lee & Dr. Nathalie Etoke

Film – This Far By Faith:  African American Spiritual Journeys

Adult Sunday School Room