Chapman BSU's Black History Month

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February 4th, 8-10PM : Soulfest

UPB is joining BSU to...

February 4th, 8-10PM : Soulfest

UPB is joining BSU to host our annual Soul Fest on Thursday at 8pm in the Student Union; there will be student performances, music, and free food.

February 8th, 6:30PM: Speaker Jim Lucas

Reflections: The Life and Times of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – The Office of the President, Cross-Cultural Initiatives, Black Student Union, and Fish Interfaith Center are hosting Jim Lucas, a student of the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in Memorial Hall next Monday, February 8, at 6:30pm. In this dramatic one-man show, Mr. Lucas chronicles the civil rights movement through the eyes of Dr. King, and walks the audience through the twelve and half years of Dr. King's life as a civil rights leader. The program presents little known facts about Dr. King and the movement as well as excerpts for some of his well-known speeches.

February 18th, 6-8PM: MLK Awards

The Chapman Black Student Union Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Awards were created in order to highlight individual students, staff, faculty, community leaders, and groups at Chapman that embody the spirit of Dr. King's work of "service to the community" in conjunction with the Chapman BSU mission to promote diversity as well as a nurturing and inviting environment for Chapman's Black students. Held in FISH Interfaith Center.

Feb 22nd, 8PM before BSU General Meetings: Natural Hair Event
Let's talk about hair. Come join celebrity hairstylist Aingeel Z for a night dedicated to hair. The event will consist of discussions about natural hair, relaxed hair, beauty standards, and protective styling tips in addition to activities and live styling demos.
More information on the website of the event.



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