Black History Month

This Year's Events

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For nearly three decades, the sacred and scholarly work of Chadra Pittman has centered on honoring Ancestors through memory and ritual. From her role at the...

2/1 4pm
Virtual Event
Headshot of Dr. Martin-Ogunsola

Please join the IHR for a presentation by Dr. Dellita Martin - Ogunsola, Professor Emerita of Spanish, UAB. Dr. Martin-Ogunsola will give us A Journey Into...

African Redemption: The Life and Legacy of Marcus Garvey - Documentary Screening and Discussion

Central Alabama Caribbean-American Organization - in cooperation with the UAB African American Studies Program, Alabama Humanities Alliance and the National...

Kwame Brathwaite: Black Is Beautiful

Known as the “keeper of the images,” Kwame Brathwaite deployed his photography from the late 1950s and throughout the 1960s as an agent of social change....

Black History Trivia Night

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. will be hosting a Black History Trivia night. Come out and test your knowledge of black trivia with the lovely ladies of Gamma...

BlaQ-Out Film Screening: Strange World

We will screen Disney's "Strange World" and enjoy snacks and a post-film discussion. Doors open at 6:00pm; movie begins at 6:30pm. BlaQ-Out Week centers...

BlaQ-Out: Valentine's Hangout

Join us for an afternoon celebrating love in all its forms, especially platonic and self-love! Light refreshments and Valentine's themed activities will be...

Colorism: What Do You See When You See Me?

Waltina Josephat, IHR Program Coordinator and her best friend, June Weston allows you to eavesdrop and comment on their conversation about the treatment of...

2/15 4pm
Virtual Event
Movie Night: 20 Feet from Stardom

Join ArtPlay and the Student Arts Council for a viewing of the documentary 20 Feet of Stardom, featuring Ranky Tanky's Quiana Parler. A film short will also...

Diversity in Tech with WiT

Join Women in Tech at UAB for our Diversity in Tech event to discover more about the tech industry than what meets the eye. During this event, we will have a...

Black History Month Program

Come out and learn about UABlack History. There will be artwork, singing, and great information to learn. Grab a friend and join us!

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