Black History Month - February 2022
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Crafton Hills College Celebrates Black History Month: Remembering the Past, Shaping the Future. February 3-24 on Zoom

Crafton Hills College invites all to join in on the 2022 Black History Month events celebrating the culture and contributions of African Americans. Join us for a month of thoughtful discussions, movie screenings, music, and guest speakers.

Crafton Hills College Celebrates Black History Month 2022 - National Theme: Black Health and Wellness. February 2-23 on Zoom


2022 CHC Events

Wednesday, February 2 at Noon

BHM '22 Opening Event

Join us for this opening event that celebrates the National Black History Month theme of Black Health and Wellness.  Learn about culture, contributions, and upcoming events; and win prizes!

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Thursday, February 10, Noon to 1 p.m.

BHM '22: "Between the World and Me" Relationship Discussion 

Join us as we explore father/son, parent/child relationships. Our discussion will highlight hopes and fears in raising children in America.

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Monday, February 14 ,11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

BHM '22: "Pariah" Screening and Discussion

View and discuss this award-winning independent movie about the Black LGBTQIA+ experience with CHC English Professor, Ryan Bartlett.

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Wednesday, February 16, Noon to 1:30 p.m

BHM '22: "Movies for Mental Health" Screening and Discussion 

A virtual workshop featuring award-winning short films, mindfulness activities, and panel discussion with students and mental health resources. 

Sponsored by the CHC Student Senate

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Thursday, February 17, Noon to 1:30 p.m.  

BHM '22: "Between the World and Me" Movie Screening 

Join us for a screening of the HBO Special, “Between the World and Me.”  This special includes celebrity readings, archival footage, and more. 
A One Book, One College Event 

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Wednesday, February 23, Noon to 1:00 p.m. 

BHM '22: Closing Event 

Join us  for a closing celebration.  Learn about the Langston Hughes’ poetry, his impact on the Harlem Renaissance, and more about the Langston Hughes Project.  

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Additional Resources

Outside Events