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2023 African American Heritage Month

Eastern Illinois University 

Black Resilience 

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Thursday, February 2nd  

Lecture on Linguistic Justice: Black Language,  

Literacy, Identity, and Pedagogy 

Author: Dr. April Baker-Bell (Michigan State University) 

2030 Lumpkin Auditorium 3:30 – 4:45pm  

Reception Immediately follows 


Thursday, February 2nd  

Black History Game Night (Bingo) 

Housing and Dining  

Thomas Hall - 9:00 pm 


Monday, February 6th  

Sickle Cell Presentation 

Julie Bly (American Red Cross) 

Charleston-Mattoon Room - 4:00pm- 5:00 pm 


Monday, February 6th  

Two Freedoms, Cosmopolitan, Colonial: 

Art & Democracy in the Thought of 

C.L.R. James & Hannah Arendt 

By Dr. Minkah Makalani 

Doudna (Lecture Hall) - 5:30 pm 


Wednesday, February 8th  

UB Spotlight: Slam Poetry 

7th Street Underground - 7:00 pm 


Friday, February 10th  

Blood Drive 

University Ballroom - 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm 


Saturday, February 11th

2023 Sneaker Ball

University Ballroom - 7:06 to 10:00pm

Early Bird sale which is $10.00

After January 31st the tickets will be $15 dollars.

Link for tickets:


Monday, February 13th  

Black Freedom Lecture 

Dr. Alonzo Ward (Assistant Professor) 

2030 Lumpkin Auditorium – 4:00 pm 


Thursday, February 16th  

Dar He: The Story of Emmett Till 

Doudna Fine Arts Center / 7:30pm 



Tuesday, February 21st  

Black Resilience: Turning Degrees  

To Commas $$$$ 

Entrepreneur-Veronica Peterson  

1255 Coleman Hall Lecture Hall - 4:00 pm 


Wednesday, February 22nd   

Hip Hop Paint & Sip 

7th Street Underground - 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm 


Thursday, February 23rd  

Study Abroad 101 “Why it is crucial for Students of Color”  

Charleston-Mattoon Room – 4:00 pm 


Saturday, February 25th 

BSU 2023 Extravaganza 

Grand Ballroom – 7:00 pm 


Monday, February 27th   

Family Feud (Black Knowledge Style) 

Grand Ballroom - 7:00 pm- 9:00 pm 


Please visit the Resident Halls for our Black History Month Window Painting Competition 



American Red Cross, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Black Student Union, Doudna, English Department, History Department, NAACP, NPHC, Office of Inclusion & Academic Engagement, Housing & Dining (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee), Political Science Department, Student Life, Study Abroad Office, University Board, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.


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Mona Y. Davenport, Ph.D.
Executive Director

1122 - Blair Hall

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