Campbell University’s Multicultural Council announced its calendar of events for Black History Month. The lineup features a diverse range of conversations, important screenings, showcases at athletic events and cultural gatherings on the Campbell University campus.
Black History Month festivities kick off on Feb. 13 with a Dinner and Panel Discussion. This event partners members from the Student Government Association, Campbell Uplift, and the Campbell University Black Student Association.
Another highlight of February’s festivities will be multiple screenings of historical significance inside the Oscar N. Harris Student Union Theatre. These events are available to Campbell students/parents, faculty, or staff with valid Campbell University ID.
Campbell Athletics will host two Black History Month awareness nights with Women’s Basketball on Friday, Feb. 16 along with Men’s Basketball on Monday, Feb. 26. Both games can be seen inside the John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center.
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The Campbell University Student Activities Board will host an important conversational series on Thursday, Feb. 22 Spotlighting Black Excellence in the community.
Through the lens of our university mission, the Campbell University Multicultural Council is charged to promote multicultural awareness and inclusivity through engaging experiences that promote cultural awareness, respect, and humility and prepare the members of our Campbell community to engage diverse identities.