African American History Month Events

Thursday, February 14

Notable African Americans in History and the Career Pathways They Represent

Career Services presents a table in the 2nd floor hallway of WSTU to spread awareness of notable African Americans and the career pathways they chose to follow.

African-American Heritage Month (HHM): Exhibit

Come observe our African-American Heritage Month Exhibit. Featuring the MLK Timeline created by the SE MLK Committee displayed at the SE MLK Multicultural...

Fire and Freedom: Food and Enslavement in Early America (National Library of Medicine)

This six-banner traveling exhibition uses George Washington’s Mount Vernon as an example of how meals reveal how power is exchanged between and among...

Tarrant County Heritage Traveling Exhibit

The Tarrant County Historical Commission created this traveling exhibit which consists of 45 panels covering Tarrant County History up to 1900. Topics...

Black History Month: What's up Doc?

Talking about mental and sexual health in the black community can be taboo. Learn from health professionals how to better take care of ourselves.

Jazz Jams Featuring: Memphis Soul

Enjoy your lunch in the Riverfront Café and experience the sounds of Memphis Soul!

Black History Month Lecture Series- Fred Hampton in Your Campus: Portrait of a Revolutionary

Join us for a presentation by Bradley Borougherdi chronicling the life of late Fred Hampton, Black Panther Party member. This lecture series is hosted by...

African American Heritage Month: The Laws of Love

Join us as we celebrate Loving Day. Loving Day is a celebration of the Loving v. Virginia (1967) Supreme Court decision that declared all laws against...

Thursday, February 14