Black History Month: The Crisis In Black Education

Black History Month: The Crisis In Black Education

Join North Lake College for the following Black History Month Events:

Varying Degrees
Discussion Panel
What is the crisis in black education?
Various causes will be discussed by our five-member panel.
Wednesday, February 1
12:30-2 p.m.
Room H200

Searching for Answers
Wild Detectives Pop-Up Book Shop
How would you identify the crisis in black education?  This pop-up book shop sponsored by the Wild Detectives will give you the opportunity to explore and expand your own perspectives on the issue.
Tuesday, February 7
11 a.m.- 6 p.m.

Developing Sentiments
Performance and Book Signing by Keya McClain
Performer and Author Keya McClain will share her views on education and personal development.
Wednesday, February 15
12:30- 2 p.m.
Room H226

Sweet Connections with Lasting Repercussions
African American Read-In and Desserts
Students, staff, and faculty will share excerpts from literature to express their personal perspective on the crisis in black education. A variety of traditional African-American desserts will be served afterwards.
Wednesday, February 22
12:30-2 p.m.
Room H200


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