Penn College is proud to celebrate Black History Month. Join us for the events:
Thursday, February 9
7 p.m., Bush Campus Center, CC Commons
It’s our weekly tradition – with a twist for Black History Month!
Monday, February 13
13th – Netflix Documentary
7 p.m., Bush Campus Center, Penn's Inn
Filmmaker Ava DuVernay explores the history of racial inequality in the United States, focusing on the fact that the nation's prisons are disproportionately filled with African-Americans. Join us for this powerful documentary. Discussion to follow, refreshments provided.
Thursday, February 16
Valencia Clay, Black History Month Speaker
7 p.m., Professional Development Center, Mt. Laurel Room
Black History Month speaker will join us to share insights from her new book Soundless Cries Don’t Lead to Healing: A Critical Thinking Guide to Cultural Consciousness. Book signing/purchase available at the end of the presentation. Refreshments provided.
Wednesday, February 22
Soul Food Dinner
6 – 8:30 p.m., Dauphin Hall, Capitol Eatery
Cooking Demonstration, Music, Slam Poetry, Dance Competition, Trivia AND of course SOUL FOOD! Board Plan can be used and limited FREE tickets can be picked up at the CC Info Desk starting Feb. 13.
Throughout the Month:
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