Black History Month

February is Black History Month

As part of Indiana University’s commitment to create environments in which all students, faculty, and staff feel welcomed, the university is proud to honor the backgrounds and identities of the members of IU’s community through heritage month celebrations. Supported by OVPDEMA, IU’s 2019 Black History Month celebration includes a variety of programming, such as discussion panels, lectures, musical performances, film screenings, and other activities on each of its campuses.

The vast majority of these events are open to the entire IU community and its neighbors, so OVPDEMA encourages you to participate and learn more about the black experience and its past, present, and future contributions to society.

Black History Month events

Remembering the Freedom Struggle: Lessons for Today

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

5 p.m.7 p.m.

Neal-Marshall Grand Hall

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A conversation with Charlie Cobb Jr. of SNCC who will be speaking on his experience during Freedom Summer and providing words of wisdom to the next generation of student change agents. ... Read more

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