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Black Hair + Storytelling as a Form of Social Activism

St. Clair Detrick Jules will discuss her journey photographing and interviewing 101 Black women with natural hair.

Sponsored by: Clark University Office of Diversity & Inclusion

Black Pop-Up Market

Higgins Atrium, Dana Commons, 2nd Floor

Support local Black businesses, entrepreneurs, and creatives, who will be on campus to sell food, artwork, photography, jewelry, and other handicrafts.

Alumni & Friends Virtual Book Club

Online

Join the Clark Black Alumni Association (CBAA) and Alumni & Friends Virtual Book Club to celebrate Black History Month with a discussion of “The Warmth of Other Suns” by Isabel Wilkerson.

Sponsored by: Alumni and Friends Engagement

CEV Speaker Series: The Village

Fireside Lounge, Dana Commons

The CEV Speaker Series presents Sha-Asia Medina, director of The Village — an Afrocentric cultural, learning, and healing center in the Main South neighborhood.

Sponsored by: Community Engagement and Volunteering

Classroom -> Career: Black in Tech

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Hear from a virtual panel of accomplished Black tech industry professionals at this in-person event.

Sponsored by: Office of Identity, Student Engagement, and Access

Mental Health in the Black Community

Fireside Lounge, Dana Commons

The Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise invites Black students, faculty, and staff to participate in this collective healing experience. Register by Feb. 10.

Sponsored by: Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise

Black Pop-Up Market

Higgins Atrium, Dana Commons, 2nd Floor

Support local Black businesses, entrepreneurs, and creatives, who will be on campus to sell food, artwork, photography, jewelry, and other handicrafts.

Black Pop-Up Market

Higgins Atrium, Dana Commons, 2nd Floor

Support local Black businesses, entrepreneurs, and creatives, who will be on campus to sell food, artwork, photography, jewelry, and other handicrafts.

Panel of the Decades (Black Alumni Homecoming Weekend)

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Honor the past and celebrate the futures of former and present Black students at this panel discussion featuring Black alumni from a range of graduation years.

Sponsored by: Office for Identity, Student Engagement, and Access

BlackExcellence Ball (Black Alumni Homecoming Weekend)

Tilton Hall, Higgins University Center Tilton Hall, Higgins University Center

The Black Student Union, with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Caribbean African Student Association, is sponsoring their first Black History Month Ball — BlackExcellence. Formal attire requested.

Sponsored by: Clark University Office of Diversity & Inclusion

Soul Food Brunch (Black Alumni Homecoming Weekend)

The Grind, Higgins University Center 950 Main Street, Worcester

Black Alumni Homecoming Weekend concludes with a special brunch featuring traditional soul food favorites, live music, and the chance to mix and mingle with students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Sponsored by: Clark University Office of Diversity & Inclusion

‘Black Panther’ — Part 1 of a Black History Month Double Feature

Jefferson 320

“Black Panther” highlights Afrofuturism, a cultural aesthetic that combines science-fiction, history, and fantasy to explore the African American experience and connect those from the Black diaspora with their forgotten African ancestry.

Sponsored by: Office of Identity, Student Engagement, and Access