Throughout the month of February, the Judson campus will host events in honor of Black History Month! Stop by and show your support.

February 12 – Black Student Union Potluck
6 p.m., HAWAC, Room 221: 
Join the Black Student Union for a time to come together and enjoy each other’s company over a hot plate of soul food, card games and good music.

February 18 (Preview Day)
10 a.m., Herrick Chapel:Beyond Colorblind series in chapel commences with Propoganda, poet and Christian rapper

February 18 
9 p.m.-3 p.m.External Diversity Council meeting

February 19
6 p.m., HAWAC Room 221 – the Black Student Union is looking to bring in a few local barbers and hair stylists to give students a feel for what the barbershop atmosphere (in Black culture) is like. Students can come out and get cheap cuts done by some great barbers and stylists. 

February 20
10 a.m., Herrick Chapel:Beyond Colorblind series in chapel with Ray Chang, Ministry Associate for Discipleship at Wheaton College

February 22
10 a.m., Herrick Chapel:Beyond Colorblind series in chapel with Charlie Dates, Pastor at Progressive Baptist Church in Chicago

Feb. 26 – Fireside Conversation with Dr. Crume
Time TBA, HAWAC Room 221: 
Join the Black Student Union for a conversation with Dr. Crume in an open conversation about diversity.

Additionally, watch Judson’s Facebook for book highlights that honor the African American experience.