The community is invited! Go back to college and emerge with a head full of ideas. Here's a week-by-week schedule of the excellent events, free and open to the public, available during Black History Month at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn.
The 2012 theme is African-American Trailblazers, Pioneers and Educators. Through the month there will be films and videos, readings and story telling, art exhibits, as well as music, song and dance. Attend discussions by expert panelists, and more. (Click through for directions and specific listings ).
SEE THE 2013 SCHEDULE HERE
Discuss the The Renaissance of Black History, watch Spike Lee movies, and more.
See this exciting calendar of Media Center films and screenings, attend an HIV-AIDS Awareness Fair, discuss the history of the Voting Rights Act and its relevance today, and more.
Find out what's happening for Black History month on Valentine's Day — and more serious topics, this week.
See films, attend discussions of health disparities, Blacks & Jews, and more.
Attend a free Saturday conference with art, healing, dance, and spend the last few days of Black History Month reveling in conversation and historic films. It's a rich and varied program.