Still We Rise: Black History Month at Princeton

When:
February 9, 2018 – March 2, 2018 all-day America/New York Timezone
2018-02-09T00:00:00-05:00
2018-03-03T00:00:00-05:00
Details:
Various Locations
Still We Rise: Black History Month at Princeton @ Various Locations


 

 

Friday, February 9, 2018
Day of Service: Princeton Homefront Pantry
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Join us for a Day of Service. RSVP here.


Radical Love: A Conversation
 –  Carl A. Fields Center 

Join us for an informal community conversation about black self-love and beloved community at Princeton and beyond. Dinner will be provided.



Still We Rise Poetry Slam
 – Carl A. Fields Center RM 104 

Join us for a night of spoken word and poetry themed, Still We Rise. If you are interested in participating as a poet, submit your piece here by February 5th.



Natural Hair Day Workshop
 – Carl A. Fields Center RM 104 

Join us for a Black Hair Fair day to learn tips and tricks for Natural Hair. Lunch will be provided. Looking for ways to be involved in this event, see how here.


Soul Food Shabbat
 – Center for Jewish Life Dining Room


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Me Too Monologues
McCormick 101 

Join us for this event as the Princeton Mental Health Initiative Board presents, The Me Too Monologues Project. The Me Too Monologues project was started to let students open up anonymously about their experiences involving identity, race, sexuality, mental health and more.


  
Sounds of Blackness Social
Wilson Blackbox 

Join us in the Wilson Black Box for a night of fun and amazing music.



Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Educational Center Visit in Harlem
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Join us as we commemorate and celebrate the life of Malcolm X. To participate in this event RSVP here. There is limited space, so it will be on a first come, first serve basis. We also will hold a visual display within the Frist Campus Center A Level during this week.



The New Jim Crow with Michelle Alexander
 – McCosh 10



Muslim Life Presents: An Evening with Biographer Johnathan Eig on the Legacy of Muhammed Ali
 – Carl A. Fields RM 104



Radical Healing
 – Carl A. Fields Center RM 104 

Blackness and mental health panel with David Campbell, Nathalie Edmond, and Rev. Theresa Thames



Women of Color Dinner
 – Carl A. Fields Center RM 104



Still We Rise: Black Gala
 – Carl A. Fields RM 104 

Semi formal attire. RSVP here for this event.