Black History Month

SR Intercultural Center Black History Month Programming


Past events


Black Disability in Resistance and Creating: Story Telling and MooreBlack Disability in Resistance and Creating: Story Telling and Moore

 

Presented by: Leroy F. Moore Jr/ Krip-Hop Nation

What does Black disabled resistance looks & sounds like through time, ancestry stories, to today’s Krip-Hop stories and cultural work worldwide through book readings, songs, visual arts, videos and podcasts. Through this presentation, Leroy shows Black disability resistance & creating from our Black disabled ancestors to today Krip-Hop Nation’s cultural work in USA & internationally

When: Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Time: 1-2:30pm

Read the event's coverage by the Oak Leaf: https://www.theoakleafnews.com/news/2021/02/23/krip-hop-nation-creating-art-to-resist-oppression/

 


Poster for event. All information in textCovid-19 Views & the Importance of Education in the Black Community

 

A Conversation with Domonique Thomas, RN BSN

When: Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

Time: 2-3:30pm

During this presentation, Domonique Thomas RN, BSN will be discussing two timely topics. She will be presenting information about COVID, and the effects of the vaccine. Thomas will also be presenting on the importance of education in the black community, with a focus on her personal journey to reach her career goals. Join us for an informative, and meaningful conversation.

 

 

 

 

 


Action Beyond Solidarity Statements Flyer. Image of Dr. Wilson, Dr. Cooks, Tommy Reed. Text on flyer is on the right. Creating Black Equity: Action Beyond Solidarity Statements

 Friday, February 26, 2021

 8:30am - 12:00 pm

 Our charge is to move SRJC into a more intentional and less performative anti-racist campus.  The purpose of this event is to ignite and accelerate the work of dismantling current structures, policies, and practices that produce inequities across SRJC campuses and build the foundation for an inclusive, equity-minded, anti-racist campus. Our summit will feature special guests Dr. Jeanne Wilson, Dr. Jamal Cooks, and Tommy Reed, all from Chabot College to talk about how they are working to transform their campus dynamics.

 

 

 


 

 

 

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