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Feb. 22: “Black Fatherhood,” 12-2 p.m., Film & Discussion, Dr. Khalid White

14 February 2018

Black History Month is a meaningful opportunity to promote cultural awareness, as well as appreciate and preserve the heritage of people of African ancestry. The African-American Studies Program, chaired by Jason Seals, along with the Black Student Union invite you to join them in this month of reflection, learning, and celebration with a variety of excellent events to enlighten the Merritt community and beyond. Please invite your friends and colleagues. (See list of events below the flyer).

Celebrating Black History Month: Focusing on The Black Family

Feb. 7 – 11-12

Black Family Forum, Professor Jason Seals

Feb. 12 11:30-1

How to Love Black Women: The Process of Learning and Unlearning

Facilitator: Dr. Charity Clay

Feb 14 – 11-2

Black Relationship Forum

Facilitator: Talia Taylor

Feb 22, 12-2

Black Fatherhood: Trials and Tribulations

Film Screening and Discussion with Dr. Khalid White

Feb 28, 11-12:30

“Awakening the Natural Genius of Black Children,” Jason Seals

 

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