African American students share the importance of celebrating Black History Month on a predominantly white campus.
The Cross Cultural Centers and Safer host dozens of events each quarter, but you definitely don’t want to miss these nine, which are free, fun and open to everyone.
Poet and educator Prentice Powell will step onto Chumash Auditorium’s stage for the fifth time on Feb. 5 for the Another Type of Groove: Spoken Word Poetry event. It is part of the MultiCultural Center’s (MCC) celebration of Black History Month.
Cal Poly’s MultiCultural Center (MCC) will host a conversation discussing the origin of “black” as a term to describe race to celebrate Black History Month.
Brutha Gimel, spoken word poet and co-founder of Da’ Poetry Lounge in Los Angeles, will be the featured poet of Another Type of Groove for Black History Month.