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Black Liberation Month Calendar Events

Feb. 3

“The Living Legacy of the Black Panther Party”

Docu-series and discussion organized by UMOJA CENTER.

5 P.M. – 8 P.M. | Nelson Hall 102 – Goodwin Forum

Friday Night Movie: King Richard

8 P.M. | SAC Movie Lounge

Feb. 5

Black to the Land: Paddle out to Big Lagoon

11 A.M. – 3 P.M.

Lunch is provided and space is limited.

Register by emailing umoja@humboldt.edu or by visiting Nelson Hall 206

Feb. 6

Afro-Rithms: From The Future Game Event

4 P.M. | Library 209
A storytelling exploration game exploring the themes of science fiction and racial justice.

Diaspora Day! Stories from the African Diaspora

5 P.M. | Nelson Hall 102 – Goodwin Forum

Discussion and upliftment of Black voices.

Feb. 7

Leveraging our Ancestral Intelligence with Afrofuturism: Searching for our Undiscovered stories with the Megascope

5 P.M. | The Great Hall 260
Afrofuturism aims to reclaim and transform the trauma of past atrocities against the black and Afro-queer diaspora.

Feb. 8

AfroLatinx Dialogue: Beauty, Double Standards, and Appropriation in Afro-Latinx Culture

5:30 P.M. | The Great Hall 260
Speaker is Crystal Roman, founder, CEO, Head Writer and Producer of the Black Latina Movement, a vibrant grassroot theater and film production company in New

Feb. 9

Proud + Grounded: Weaving Our Identity into the Higher Education Experience

5 P.M.| Nelson Hall 106
Screening of a Proud Family episode that illustrates the Nguzo Saba followed by discussion.

Feb. 10

Friday Night Movie: Get Out

8 P.M. | SAC Movie Lounge

Feb. 11

Black Out Game & Black Staff/Faculty Appreciation Night

5:30 P.M. : Women’s
7:30 P.M. : Men’s
CPH basketball teams VS CSU Dominguez Hills.

Feb. 18

Black Women Empowerment Dance Workshop

12 P.M. – 3 P.M. | KA 202A
Learning the dance routine to Beyonce’s “Brown Skin Girl.” Optional free dinner at Northtown Coffee afterards.

Feb. 22

Black and Asian Solidarity

5:30 P.M. – 7 P.M.

Dialogue led by ADPIC, Umoja, the Ethnic Studies department and Akemi Kochiyama about the history of Black and Asian solidarity.

Black Family Movie Night

5 P.M. – 9 P.M. | The Minor Theater

Feb. 24

Black Networking Mixer

5:30 P.M. – 9:30 P.M.
Exclusive for people who identify as Black, African American, or from anywhere in the African Diaspora.

Feb. 26

Renaissance Cardio with Mo HD

12:30 P.M. – 2 P.M. | Body High Pole Studio

Free dance, all levels and ages $5 suggested donation.

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