White House reporter, media journalist, and author April Ryan is coming to share her latest book “UNDER FIRE” as the Winter Gateway Speaker at Northeastern University. The public is invited. Its a free event.
You must RSVP online for admission.
Doors open at 10:30 a.m. Omarosa and Jason Riley are not invited! (just kidding).
The event is presented by Northeastern Crossing, City and Community Affairs, Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, Center for Intercultural Engagement, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Cultural, Residential and Spiritual Life, Department of Cultures, Societies and Global Studies, Dukakis Center, Humanities Center, John D.O’Bryant African American Institute, Latino/a Student Cultural Center, NULawLab, School of Journalism, Social Impact Lab, and Scholars Program & Office of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships.
Feb 16th BIG visits the MAAH BIG Black History Month plans
BIG is Blacks in Government, Boston Chapter
Big members are visiting the Museum of African American History Sat. Feb 16th at 12:00 noon. You must provide your own transportation. The RFBJ Chapter of BIG invites you to visit the MAAH with them. The Museum of African American History is New England’s largest museum dedicated to preserving, conserving and interpreting the contributions of African Americans.
Feb 20th, Wed at 11:30 a.m.
BIG does “Black Migrations” at Hanscom
Throughout the month of February, the Hanscom Airforce Base African American History Month Observance Committee will offer events to commemorate the 2019 theme, “Black Migrations.” This theme emphasizes the movement of people of African descent to new destinations, and subsequently, to new social realities.
While inclusive of earlier centuries, this theme focuses especially on the 20th century through today. Not only does the theme also allow us to commemorate the migrations, but also the subsequent opportunities for great strides in African descent Americans contributions to the military, arts, education and more.
BIG will be there Feb 20th, Wed. 11:30 a.m.Location Hanscom Minuteman Commons, 1419 Kirtland St, Bedford, MA 01731, USA
Feb 23rd – STAJEZ Presents “GO TELL IT”
Stajez Cultural Center celebrates the history of African American heritage through a journey of time with phenomenal dance choreography, dynamic musical selections from many genres and powerful spoken word. This is a show for all ages young and mature! it’s a hand clapping, foot stomping, burst out laughing and inspiring show! $$ Location: Performance at Randolph High School (781) 885-0143
FEB 27th UMASS Day on Pan AfricaUMass Boston Africa Scholars (617) 287-5550 McCormack
Pan Africanist Student Groups Host First Africa Day During Black History Month 2019