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African American Heritage Month
The Meaning of Social Justice: A Call to Action

The Meaning of Social Justice: A Call to Action. Join Rev. Darryl G. Gray, Political & civil Rights Strategist

Beloved Community Exhibition: Panel Discussion

“But the end is reconciliation; the end is redemption; the end is the creation of the beloved community. It is this type of spirit and this type of love that...

The Unpaid Labor Project

The Unpaid Labor Project seeks to recognize and acknowledge the collective contributions of the first 12 generations of African Americans to our nation,...

Motown Tribute with Cheryl Brown and Friends

Bring your lunch, bring a friend, and enjoy a musical peformance by Cheryl Brown & Friends!

Movie Screening "Whose Streets"

Join us for a viewing of the movie "Whose Streets." This film is an account of the Ferguson, Missouri uprising. Damon Davis' film looks at how the killing of...

AAHM:  Gift Raffle

Stop by the Harrison Education Center Bookstore to enter a raffle.

St. Louis Joins the National Conversation

Join Keith Fuller, director of diversity and inclusion at STLCC, for a conversation on racism and other current issues. Lunch will be provided. Sponsored by...

Presentation "Long Daze x Dark Knights"

Presented by Shawn Harrell This presentation will explore the existence and experiences of Melenated people during the Medieval period, and will make...

AAHM: Black History Month Lunch Trivia

Join the Harrison Education Center for Lunch Trivia. Come test your knowledge on black history and enjoy lunch! o Location: Multi-Purpose Room o Time:...

The (Black) Student Experience

Join your fellow students for an open discussion on Black History and what it means to be African-American in our world today.

The Neo African Americans: A film viewing and discussion

Director Kobina Aidoo’s film disrupts the dominant narrative associated with the term African American. It presents a multitude of thoughtful, emotional and...

Soul Food Sampling

In celebration of Black History Month, come sample foods traditionally eaten by African-Americans.

"African Americans and the Vote" Lunch & Learn

Presented by Dr. Linda Collins, History Department This presentation will focus on African Americans and the right to vote and the impact it had on...

A Deeper Look into Racial Disparities

Join Professor Kimberlee Vaughn as she explores the racial inequalities experienced by African-Americans with leading roles in movies as well as head...

MLK Jr. Culminating Event

The 2020 MLK Classroom Activities Showcase featuring the theme of "Let's Build Bridges, not Walls" will be held at the Florissant Valley Student Center. Come...