Black History Month 2021
February 10: Convocation: Black History is Now - 10:15 a.m.
This student-led convocation will focus on celebrating Black History Month as well as educating others on the true meanings of Black History Month. The theme of this event is Black History is Now. It will feature students from the Black Student Alliance talking about the importance of Black History at EMU and universities in general. Students will share their experiences as well as their knowledge. There will be music, videos and a litany all prepared by students of the Black Student Alliance.
This is an online only convocation. Register with your emu.edu email for convocation points.
EMU students, faculty and staff can access secure Zoom links for events by visiting the Calendar page after logging into my.emu.edu. Events opened to the public will be available via Facebook Live from our EMU Facebook page.
February 11: Town Hall on Race, 7 p.m.
Please join BSA for our Annual Town Hall on Race. Our topic for discussion is the impact of the Prison Industrial Complex on the African American community.
February 16: Trivia Night, 8:15 p.m.
February 18: Soul Food Dinner in Dining Hall, 5:15 - 7:30 p.m.
All dinners will be boxed to go.
February 18: "Somethin' to Talk About: Race", 7-8 p.m.
"Somethin' to Talk About," a three-part series on race and racism, hosted by Master's in Counseling students. Series continues March 3 and April 8.
February 18: Open Mic Night with On the Road Collaborative, 7 p.m.
Everyone is welcome to join BSA and On the Road Collaborative to share your artistic talents through spoken word (original or other), music, dance, artwork. Please come to participate or just enjoy yourself watching.