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Black History Month 2019 At Texas A&M

View a schedule of on- and off-campus events and activities.
By Sam Peshek, Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications January 22, 2019

Black History Month

The Department of Multicultural Services at Texas A&M University has announced a slate of on- and off-campus events this February for Black History Month.

The month of events will begin Friday, Feb. 1 with a kickoff event at 6 p.m. in the Rudder Forum presented by the Black Student Alliance Council (BSAC).

Sponsors for Black History Month at Texas A&M include the Black Student Alliance Council, the Memorial Student Center Woodson Black Awareness Committee (MSC WBAC) and The Association of Former Students.

  • Free Admission for Black History Month presented by Brazos Valley African American Museum

Month of February · Brazos Valley African American Museum

  • Black History Month Kick-Off presented by BSAC

February 1 · 6 p.m. · Rudder Forum

  • Soulful Sunday presented by MSC WBAC

February 3 · 4 p.m. · MSC 2406 A

  • Where Are They Now? West Africans in Post Civil Rights America presented by MSC WBAC

February 4 · 6 p.m. · MSC 2405

  • Black History Scavenger Hunt presented by NAACP

February 5 · 6 p.m. · MSC

  • Black History Month Bingo presented by The Bush School Diversity & Inclusion Committee

February 7 · 7 p.m. · Rec Center 281

  • Black to Business presented by NAACP

February 7 · 8:30 p.m. · Rudder 402

  • Dinner Celebration: The History of Soul Food presented by Access and Inclusion Program College of Engineering & National Society for Black Engineers (NSBE)

February 8 · 6 p.m. · Zachry Engineering Building

  • Afro-Latinx Festival in Aggieland presented by MSC WBAC & MSC CAMAC

February 11 · 6 p.m. · MSC 2300, Bethancourt Ballroom

  • Slavery By Another Name: Viewing & Discussion presented by Texas A&M Libraries

February 12 · 3 p.m. · Evans Library 204E

  • Erasing Queens of Color: The Past, Present & Future of Drag presented by GLBT Resource Center

February 12 · 5 p.m. · Rudder Tower 402

  • How African Americans Have Influenced the Field of STEM & Engineering presented by Access and Inclusion Program College of Engineering & National Society for Black Engineers (NSBE)

February 12 · 6 p.m. · Zachry Engineering Building

  • Reading Imperium in Imperio in the Context of Sutton E. Grigg’s Experiences in Texas and Virgina presented by Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanitites Research

February 13 · 4 p.m. · Glasscock 311

  • Do You See What I See? A Discussion About Blacks in the Media presented by MSC WBAC

February 13 · 5:30 p.m. · Rudder 410

  • Black Love presented by Black Graduate Students’ Association

February 15 · 5:30 p.m. · TBA

  • State of the Black Aggie Symposium presented by BSAC

February 16 · 10 a.m. · Rec Center 1130

  • Flint Demonstration presented by NAACP

February 20 · 2 p.m. · Rudder Plaza

  • Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland – Film Screening and Dialogue presented by Multicultural Services, Office of Diversity, MSC Aggie Cinema, BSAC, MSC WBAC, Lambda Lambda Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority

February 20 · 4 p.m. · MSC 2300A · Registration Required

  • Annual Appreciation Banquet presented by African American National Heritage Society

February 22 · 7 p.m. · Hilton College Station

  • Family Dinner, Knowing Our Heritage: The Importance of Preserving History presented by Black Graduate Students’ Association

February 24 · 6 p.m. · Brazos Valley African American Museum

  • A Celebration of Black Culture and Education presented by Teaching, Learning and Culture

February 27 · 11:30 a.m. · TBA

  • BHM Hump Day – Wildin’ Out Edition presented by BSAC

February 27 · 5 p.m. · MSC 2300, Bethancourt Ballroom

  • Thinkfast Interactive Game Show presented by MSC WBAC & Aggie Black Male Connection

February 28 · 7 p.m. · MSC 2400, Gates Ballroom

  • She Matters presented by The Wright Gallery, College of Architecture

March 3 · 4 p.m. · The Wright Gallery

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