The premiere of “The Many Natalia Bolívar: Art, Utopia, and Religion” on Feb. 1 gives insight into Afro-Cuban religion and its impact on Cuban culture.
“School Daze” reveals a timeless understanding of racial tension.
The chairwoman of the black studies department compels us to “unite in our resolve” to improve life for everyone.
You may have to dust off your history books for this quiz. See how much you know about Black History Month and these notable figures.
‘X’ leaves the audience to reflect upon their place in history.
The series, “Rewrite,” displayed at MU’s Visual Art and Design Showcase, presents modern-day twists on popular paintings.
Grant: “For me, Black History is every day. Not only because I am a black woman, but also that’s what I study.”
Taylor: “We must be clear about how we got to this point. And in doing so, it is critical to remember that embedded inside of every right-wing backlash is the failure of the liberal establishment to provide a better way."
There are so many ways to get yourself involved with Black History Month here at MU.
De La Fuente talks about the racist culture after the Cuban Revolution and how to combat racism in the future.
Black History Month events are sponsored by schools and departments within the university while others are the result of partnerships with student and community organizations.
Inspired by the murder of her husband Medgar Evers, Evers-Williams became a leader in the civil rights movement.
The president of the Legion of Black Collegians is looking to leave a legacy on the organization when she graduates.
McElderry says he is proud of MU’s growth in diversity.
Middleton was one of the first black students to graduate from the MU School of Law.
Michael Middleton spoke about his experiences with discrimination while a student at MU.
Columbia held the event in honor of Black History Month.
It will also sponsor the event, 'Evolution: Black Man's Think Tank.'