Kishwaukee College to host multiple events for Black History Month
Kishwaukee College will celebrate Black History Month throughout February by hosting several virtual or in-person events and discussions. Black History Month is annually observed to recognize and honor the accomplishments Black people have made in the United States and across the world. The events hosted by Kish are free and open to the public.
Wednesday, Feb. 9 — Black Health and Wellness — 12 pm-1 pm via Zoom
Tuesday, Feb. 15 — Black/African Americans and Mental Health — 12 pm-1:30 pm via Zoom
Thursday, Feb. 17 — Virtual Zumba — 5 pm-7 pm via Zoom
Wednesday, Feb. 23 — Black Academic Success Stories — 12 pm-1:30 pm via Zoom
Thursday, Feb. 24 — Paint and Create — 12 pm-2 pm in Room C1133-34
Monday, Feb. 28 — Black Jeopardy — 12 pm-1 pm in Intercultural Center, C1132
Kishwaukee College is honored to celebrate Black History Month by hosting programs that open a dialogue about diverse experiences while sharing the heritage and accomplishments of Black Americans. The College is committed to a sustainable culture of equity, focused on respect and fairness, in all aspects of the Kishwaukee College experience.
To find Zoom links for the events or learn more, visit www.kish.edu/diversity.