Black History Month 2022
Celebrate Black History all month long by participating in various events hosted by Multicultural Student Engagement and the Black Student Union. For a full list of events and more event details, visit mcse.umn.edu or umnbsu.wixsite.com/bsumn
2022 Black History Month Events¶
Thurs, Feb 3: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Coffman Theater Gallery
Join us for a reception to celebrate the works of recent alumni and local artist Mark Khan and his exhibition “Forget Me Not.” Enjoy an artist talk and Q&A with Mark, as well as live music and snacks. Click here for more information.
Thurs, Feb 23: 5:30pm
Coffman Union President's Room
A formal event to commemorate the events and experiences that defined Black History month on campus, as well as the history that created and defines Black history month in the Unites States. Click here for more information.
Power & Privilege Series: Nicole Cardoza
Mon, Feb 28 5:00pm
Coffman Union Theater
Founder of Anti-Racism Daily, Nicole Cardoza is a social entrepreneur, speaker and educator who is passionate about equitable wellbeing. Cardoza will explain how conscious activism highlights the importance of compassion and mindfulness in social justice movements. Click here to RSVP and for more information.
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COVID-19 Safety Precautions
Keeping our campus safe continues to be a community effort, and we appreciate your willingness to contribute. Stay home when you're sick, and wash your hands. Until the mask mandate ends March 21, please wear a mask when indoors.
Continue to check for symptoms of COVID-19 before attending events. If you are experiencing symptoms or have recently been exposed do not enter, go home, and contact your doctor.