Black History Month Events

Black History Month

February 1–29

Black History Month 2020

Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of blacks in U.S. history. ASU celebrates Black History Month by honoring the rich culture and history through a variety of student-led educational and engaging programs.

Black History Month Committee

We are currently planning Black History Month 2020 celebrations at ASU. Interested in serving on the committee? Students, organizations, faculty, and staff are welcome to join us at any of our upcoming meetings which you may participate in person or on the provided conference line. To learn more about how you can get involved, please contact James Randall at James.Randall@asu.edu.

DateTimeLocation
January 17, 20201–2 p.m.MU 248, Rincon
January 24, 20201–2 p.m.MU 210, Plata
January 31, 20201–2 p.m.MU 302, Maroon and Gold
February 7, 20201–2 p.m.MU 302, Maroon and Gold
February 21, 20201–2 p.m.MU 302, Maroon and Gold
March 6, 20201–2 p.m.MU 302, Maroon and Gold

Call for Programs

The committee is now accepting programs for the 2020 Black History Month at ASU! We invite student organizations, faculty, and staff to take part in this wonderful opportunity to honor and celebrate African American heritage as well as share knowledge. To submit an event for Black History Month at ASU, you may use the following Event Form. Also, feel free to tell us about events that you are aware of occurring in the community.

Celebrating Black History Month with Monica Niá Jones

Celebrating Black History Month with Monica Niá Jones

Monica Niá Jones, a senior majoring in interdisciplinary studies, with a concentration in business and special events management, is celebrating her heritage all throughout this month: Black History month.

  

Members of the Black African coalition

Black African Coalition increases enrollment, retention rates for ASU students

Nearly 350 students are currently a part of the organization that strives to unite black and African students across all of ASU's campuses.

 

Artist Kyra Trent creating a mural for Black History Month

ASU organizations celebrate 'strength and perseverance' during Black History Month

The Black African Coalition and other organizations celebrate the month through lenses of history and culture.

Get Involved

The Black History Month planning committee are starting to plan for this year’s celebration. Students, organizations, faculty and staff are welcome to join us at our upcoming meetings. To learn more about how you can get involved, please contact Wadell Blackwell.