Throughout the month of February, the Judson campus will host events in honor of Black History Month! Stop by and show your support.
4 p.m., Herrick Chapel: Architecture Lecture with Carolyn Armenta Davis on Inclusion: Black Architects + Today’s Diaspora.
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
9 p.m.-3 p.m.External Diversity Council meeting
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.
10 a.m., Herrick Chapel:Beyond Colorblind series in chapel with Ray Chang, Ministry Associate for Discipleship at Wheaton College
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.