Monday, January 25, 2021

Montana State University's "Celebration of Blackness," with Racially and Sexually Segregated Panels in Honor of MLK Jr.

Mon, Jan 25, 2021 7:27 p.m.

Montana State University's "Celebration of Blackness"

Words of one syllable ...

It was on 1/15, and I wasn't aware of it.  

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MLK Jr.'s Birthday: Celebration of Blackness

Friday, January 15, 2021 from 11:30am to 4:00pm
Come and join the MSU community in celebrating Rev. [sic] Dr. [sic] Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday!
This year's theme is Celebrating Blackness through a virtual day of panels and discussions with MSU campus leaders. The celebration will begin with an acknowledgment of Rev. [sic] Dr. [sic] Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday and will continue with student panels revolving around student-athletes, healthcare, and an interactive African names presentation. Our day will end with a panel of women, led by the DISC's Program Manager, from different professions discussing the intersections of their work and identities.
Schedule includes:
  • 11:30a: Rev. [sic] Dr. [sic] MLK Jr. Tribute & Celebration Kick-off
  • 12p: Black Student-Athlete Experience Panel
  • 1p: Black Students & Patients in Healthcare Panel
  • 2p: Interactive African Names Presentation
  • 3p: Exploring our Identities & Professions Panel 
The event will be presented on Webex at Event Password: MLKJR2021
Diversity & Inclusion Student Commons (DISC)
Precious Diamond


Anonymous said...

Montana?I can't move THERE now?


Anonymous said...

Lots of blacks in Montana? I seen them in Fargo ND. They even had a riot in Fargo. Those people are so lucky that live there.