A range of activities will take place throughout February on the CSU campus to help mark Black History month. A complete lineup can be found at the Black/African American Cultural Center website, including topics for the weekly Real Talk sessions on Tuesdays in Lory Student Center 335.
Here are a few highlights:
Feb. 14 — Black Hair Show, 3 p.m. LSC Theater
Feb. 18 — Crash, a film about race, class, family and gender in Los Angeles in the aftermath of 9/11. 7 p.m., LSC Theater. Co-sponsored by RamEvents.
Feb. 20 — Got Soul? Soul Train Line: Dance to the music of the 1960s, ’70s, ’80s and ’90s — come in your best era attire, or just be comfortable and enjoy food, drinks and desserts. 6:30-8:30 p.m., LSC Ballroom A.
Feb. 25 — Douglas Mpdoni, African American Studies professor from Metro State University, will talk about Africans in diaspora, including recent migrations from the continent. 6 p.m., LSC 386.
Feb. 25-26 — Lunch at the Aspen Grill will feature a special menu of traditional Southern cuisine. 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Lory Student Center, reservations highly suggested, 491-7006.
Black History Month is sponsored by CSU’s Black/African American Cultural Center, Africans United, ASCSU, Aspen Grille, Black Student Alliance, COLORS, RamEvents, United Men of Color, United Women of Color, and Coke Grant.