Black History Month 2022
Black History Month is a time for the KSU Family to celebrate the African American heritage and culture! With the help of the Black History Month Committee and all of our campus partners, the CARC will present various events throughout the month that will engage the campus in the African American heritage.
Black History Month 2022 Schedule of Events
Program TitleDate, Time, LocationDescription
Black in Business
To attend this virtual session, please RSVP in Handshake (click on "Join Event Online" for a link to the event in Handshake).
Join representatives from black-owned businesses online for a discuss about their businesses and/or how they support the black community through programs and resources.
Sponsored By: CARC & Career Planning and Development
Womxn and Hair
Carmichael Student Center, 164
Womxn and ___ is a monthly discussion series developed to facilitate group dialogue about the many ways KSU women experience college life.
This month, we discuss the impacts of hair discrimination.
Sponsored By: Women's Resource Center
Mali Fashion Show
Carmichael Student Center University Rooms
Join the student organizations to learn about Mali, Malian and West African fashion, and to practice your French!
All students are welcome!
Sponsored By: French Club & the International Student Association
National Black HIV Day Social Media Event
CARC and LGBTQ Resource Center's Instagram Pages
@carcksu & @lgbtqksu
Learn important health information and where to get tested for HIV on campus and in the community.
Sponsored By: CARC & the LGBTQ Center
Race Around the World
Carmichael Student Center, 255
Join the CARC & Global Village for the Around the World conversation group which explores topics relating to cultural experiences around the world.
February’s discussion will focus on race around the world and sharing diverse experiences.
Sponsored By: CARC & Global Village
The Black Musicians Coalition Presents: The Blueprint
Location: Morgan Concert Hall
Masks are recommended for In-person attendance
The Black Musicians Coalition is pleased to present The Blueprint: #TheBlackAwakening, an interdisciplinary Black History performance that is centered around the innovations and experimental/contemporary art by Black people that are revolutionizing society and the practice/field of art today.
Sponsored By: Black Musicians Coalition
QPOC Community Group Meeting
Carmichael Student Center, 253
The QPOC Community Group provides a safe space for LGBTQIA+ identifying Students of Color to gather, connect, and support each other with love.
Sponsored By: LGBTQ Resource Center
JMW Student Center, Second Floor Lobby
Join the Unity Center for a Jeopardy Contest! Free pizza and wings will be served, and the winning team will win prizes! Bring a team of up to 4 people or come by yourself and join an existing team.
Carmichael Student Center, 263
Join the CARC for food, games, and trivia, and fun during the BHM game night.
Sponsored By: CARC
Trip to Center for Civil and Human Rights
Join the Department of Student Leadership and Service on a reflective experience as they visit the Center for Civil and Human Rights museum.
Sponsored By: Student Leadership and Service
Lift Every Voice
The Bailey School of Music honors Black History Month with inspirational music, featuring the Percussion Ensemble with KSU Dance Company, Jazz Ensemble I, Chamber Singers, and Gospel Choir.
Sponsored By: Bailey School of Music
Turn Up Tuesday: Black Artist Around the World
Carmichael Student Center, University Rooms
Tune into CCC's Turn-Up Tuesday events, held monthly in the Carmichael Student Center or the Campus Green, if the weather is nice! Grab some free snacks, free swag, and hang out or check out the playlist online.
The playlist will be available at: @carcksu
Sponsored By: CARC
Super-powered Beings and Representation Luncheon
JMW Student Center, Student Affairs Conference Room - Room 230D
Join Eugene Burton, Coordinator of Student Activities, and learn why representation in super-powered beings is so important. You'll also get to discuss amazing BIPOC super-powered beings that are in the media now, including Black Panther, Kingo, and more. There are only 10 spots available, so reserve your seat through OwlLife! Lunch will be served.
Deeper than Roots
Social Science, Room 1021
Join the Ladies of Distinction as they discuss relative topics pertaining to the experiences of women of color.
Sponsored By: Ladies of Distinction
Black Male Initiative Reception
Prillaman Indoor Plaza
This program welcomes students who identify as black men attend a networking reception with campus and community partners.
Sponsored By: KSU Department of Athletics, Bagwell College of Education, Cultural & Community Centers, Division of Diverse and Inclusive Excellence