Buffalo State is heralding Black History Month with a slate of music, film, poetry, and talks that are free and open to the public.
Events kicked off on February 2 when Michaela Angela Davis, writer, editorial director, activist, and regular CNN contributor, delivered the keynote address for the college’s Martin Luther King Jr. celebration.
“The program brought people together including students, faculty, staff, and the Buffalo community," said Jason Parker, diversity program coordinator in the Equity and Campus Diversity Office. "Ms. Davis's engaging discussion laid the foundation for conversations that will be happening beyond Black History Month.”
Other Black History Month events on campus:
For more information, contact the Equity and Campus Diversity Office at (716) 878-6210.
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