With performances, panel discussions, films, social gatherings and more, Northwestern is celebrating African, African American and Caribbean peoples, cultures, and histories during Black History Month. Organized annually by African American Student Affairs (AASA), Black History Month celebrations at Northwestern began in January with the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service and will continue through February. Below is a list of just a few of the upcoming events that AASA is providing as part of its yearly programming.
For a complete list of Black History Month events at Northwestern, visit African American Student Affairs.
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