Black History Month

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Read: Why Black History Month?

by Dr. Alphonso Simpson, Jr., Director of African American Studies and Assoc. Prof of Sociology at UW Oshkosh

Most schools still teach a history curriculum which focuses on traditional events and the achievements of white figures. Black History Month gives everyone the opportunity to share, celebrate and understand the impact of black heritage and culture.

Known as the “Father of Black History”, Carter G Woodson was born in Virginia in 1875 and was the son of former slaves. Growing up, access to a good education and job opportunities were limited, but he ended up studying at one of the few high schools for black students after saving money from working as a coal miner.  Over the years he gained an impressive number of qualifications, including a PhD in history from Harvard University. In 1926 he sent out a press release to mark the first Black History Week in the US. Throughout his life, Carter G Woodson worked tirelessly to promote black history in schools, leaving an indelible legacy.

The event was expanded in 1970, and since 1976 every US president has officially designated February as Black History Month in the US.  February was chosen in the US because it coincides with the births of former President Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass – who escaped slavery and became a key social activist. Both men played a significant role in helping to end slavery.

Dr. Woodson wanted to increase the knowledge of Black history within black communities, but he was just as anxious to spread it to interested others.  He was convinced of the therapeutic power of Black history: Blacks would be seen as integral to the country if their contributions were known.  Explaining his plan, Woodson wrote “If a race has no history, if it has no worth-while tradition, it becomes a negligible factor in the thought of the world, and it stands in danger of being exterminated.”

In 1940, W.E.B. DuBois declared that Negro History Week was one of the great 1920’s cultural innovations. The week helped Blacks to overcome the sense of inferiority that was the inheritance of slavery and Jim Crow.  Much of what the public knows today about black people of the past comes from Dr. Carter G. Woodson’s plan for a February celebration.

Watch: The True History of Black History Month

from: The Cincinnati Herald

February 2022 Calendar of Events

All times listed are in Central Standard Time (CST). Face coverings required for all in-person events.
BHM Marketing Toolkit (Posters and Graphics)

Monday, January 31

Black History Month Tabling
10 AM – 1 PM
Reeve Union Concourse

Monday Night Movie – “For Colored Girls
6:30 PM
Sage Hall 1210

Talkback by: Ms. Ahveon Smith, Ms. Raven Stamps, Mrs. Renee Simpson and Dr. Damira Grady. For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

Tuesday, February 1

Black History Month Tabling
10 AM – 1 PM
Reeve Union Concourse

Living and Learning through COVID-19
6:30 – 7:30 PM
Reeve Union Theatre 307 + Virtual via Zoom

Presentation by Shayanna Kelley, COVID 19 Representative/African American Representative.Come ask questions and get clear and concise answers about how COVID 19 is affecting the African American Community. Free N95 masks will be given out. For more information, please email rossj31@uwosh.edu.

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Passcode: 4SkUsY

DVOV Gospel Choir Rehearsal
6:30 PM
RiverValley Church in Oshkosh

Open to the public, NO AUDITION REQUIRED!  Come out and experience the phenomenology of the Gospel Choir tradition. YOU’LL BE AMAZED! For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

Wednesday, February 2

Black History Month Tabling
10 AM – 1 PM
Reeve Union Concourse

AASClub Paint Night
5 – 6:30 PM
Titan Underground         

Come out to help the African American Studies Club paint pictures of famous African American figures and Black History Month themed pictures to be featured in Reeve Union during Black History Month. For more information, please email idokoe29@uwosh.edu.

Resume Writing Workshop 
6:30 – 8:30 PM
Career and Professional Development Office + Virtual via Zoom

Students should come in proper casual attire for headshots if they have it. Students should also come with a rough resume/cover letter to be looked at. Pre-registration required. For more information, please email beckes42@uwosh.edu.

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Thursday, February 3

Black History Month Spotlight Radio Program
5 PM
Radio Broadcast via 90.3 WRST-FM

Featuring Ms. Priscilla Idoko and Ms. Jayla Ross, African American Studies Club and Black Student Union leadership. This series will spotlight individuals and discuss issues, events and activities relevant to African Americans on UW Oshkosh campus. For more information, please email rayw@uwosh.edu.

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Black History Game Night
6:30 PM
Reeve Union 202

Come out and play table-top games that feature famous African American icons. Also join in on the fun and learn how to play a few games that are common to African and African American Culture. For more information, please email idokoe29@uwosh.edu.

Friday, February 4

Black Love Relationship Panel
6:30 – 8 PM
Reeve Union 212

Come out to hear different generations of couples talk about what it takes for black love relationships to work in contemporary America. For more information, please email rossj31@uwosh.edu.

Saturday, February 5

AfroBeat Dance Class Session
6 PM
Student Recreation and Wellness Center Studio Room

A dance fitness CLASS derived from a creative blend of authentic African and Soca Caribbean dance techniques in harmony with unique dance fitness movements. Everyone is welcome to join this FREE class! Come out and join the fun! MASKS ARE REQUIRED. Capacity is set for 30 people, so register early! For more information, please email batteng@uwosh.edu.

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Sunday, February 6

Black History Month Church Service
10 AM
Breakthrough Covenant Church in Appleton

For more information, please visit breakthroughcovenant.org

Monday, February 7

Monday Night Movie – The Butler
Sage Hall 1210
6:30 PM

Talkback by Michelle Kuhl & Jeff Pickron. For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

Tuesday, February 8

DVOV Gospel Choir Rehearsal
6:30 PM
RiverValley Church in Oshkosh

Open to the public, NO AUDITION REQUIRED!  Come out and experience the phenomenology of the Gospel Choir tradition. YOU’LL BE AMAZED! For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

Wednesday, February 9

Taste of UW Oshkosh
3 – 5 PM
Reeve Union 2nd Floor

Come out and sign up to participate in diverse student organizations on the UW Oshkosh campus. For more information, please email hetzelc@uwosh.edu.

AAS Liaisons “Difficult Discussions”
7 – 8 PM
Virtual via Zoom

Striking While the Iron is Hot: The Call of Black Professionals in White Spaces. Dr. Amilcar Shabazz – Professor at W.E.B DuBois Department of Afro-American Studies at University of Massachusetts-Amherst interviews with Dr. Alphonso Simpson, Jr. For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

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IMPACT Student Meeting
7 – 8 PM
Reeve Union 210

Join us for a weekly gathering where students have the opportunity to grow in their faith and deepen their relationship with God along with their peers. For more information, please email stephan.altergott@athletesinaction.org.

Thursday, February 10

AAS Lecture: What Does it Mean to be Black?
11:30AM – 1:00PM
Virtual Via Zoom 

Description: Join Dr. Alphonso Simpson in an Introduction to African American Studies class to explore the meaning and cultural applications of “Blackness” in America today. For more information, please e-mail simpsona@uwosh.edu

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Black History Month Spotlight Radio Program
5 PM
Radio Broadcast via 90.3 WRST-FM

Featuring Mr. Jarrius James and Mrs. Renee Simpson, UWO Recruitment and Advising.

This series will spotlight individuals and discuss issues, events and activities relevant to African Americans on UW Oshkosh campus. For more information, please email rayw@uwosh.edu.

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“Multiracial in America” Panel
6 – 9 PM
Sage Hall 1210

This event combines excerpts from Rebecca Hall’s movie, Passing, with a panel discussion by UWO Alumni on the Multiracial Experience in America. For more information, please email kuhlm@uwosh.edu.

Black Men “IN” the Law: Roundtable Discussion
7:00 – 8:30 PM
Virtual via Zoom

Join us in this informative and candid roundtable discussion with Black “Men in Blue” from around the country who are serving as Police Chiefs in their respective cities. Come listen to their experiences and get their perspective on policing in America as it relates to African Americans. 

Panelists:

Chief Jerel Jones – Macomb, Illinois
Chief Mitchell Davis – Hazel Crest, Illinois
Chief Nathan Osgood – Riviera Beach, Florida Chief
Chief Greg Brown – Leesburg, Virginia
Deputy Chief Mikial Ali – San Francisco, California

Moderator:
Dr. Alphonso Simpson, Jr.

For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

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Friday, February 11

Love Letter To Yourself
4 – 5:30 PM
Reeve Union 212

Participate in some fun and eye opening activities that can help to influence you to learn more about self-love, self-care and why it’s important to be aware. For more information, please email fremm09@uwosh.edu.

AfroBeat Dance Class Session
6 PM
Student Recreation and Wellness Center Studio Room

A dance fitness CLASS derived from a creative blend of authentic African and Soca Caribbean dance techniques in harmony with unique dance fitness movements. Everyone is welcome to join this FREE class! Come out and join the fun! MASKS ARE REQUIRED. Capacity is set for 30 people, so register early! For more information, please email batteng@uwosh.edu.

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Saturday, February 12

“Chill Night Vibes” Poetry Slam “Open Mic”
6:30 – 8:30 PM
Reeve Union Theatre 307

Come and join BSU to express your creativity using your captivating voice. Sign up sheets in advance to pick a time slot! For more information, please email rossj31@uwosh.edu.

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Sunday, February 13

Black History Month Church Service
10 AM
Breakthrough Covenant Church in Appleton

For more information, please visit breakthroughcovenant.org

Monday, February 14

Monday Night Movie – “Brown Sugar”
6:30 PM
Sage Hall 1210

Talkback by special guest of African American Studies. For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

Tuesday, February 15

McNair Scholars Open House
2 – 5 PM
Halsey 121

The McNair Scholars program is a United States Department of Education initiative with a goal of increasing “attainment of PhD degrees by students from underrepresented segments of society,” including first-generation low-income individuals and members from racial and ethnic groups historically underrepresented in graduate programs. Come out to learn about the Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program at UWO. For more information, please email bowlusc@uwosh.edu.

DVOV Gospel Choir Rehearsal
6:30 PM
RiverValley Church in Oshkosh

Open to the public, NO AUDITION REQUIRED!  Come out and experience the phenomenology of the Gospel Choir tradition. YOU’LL BE AMAZED! For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

Wednesday, February 16

WAGS Speaker Series Talk: “Bad Girl Brooks: Refusing Respectable Reading in the Black Chicago Renaissance”
1 – 2 PM
Virtual via Zoom

Dr. Mary Unger of Ripon College discusses the early poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks. She argues that this early poetry reveals how Brooks ultimately resists a gendered narrative of racial uplift and instead rethinks the responsibility of popular poetry to police Black girlhood and Black reading practices during the Depression. For more information, please email kleinu@uwosh.edu

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2nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Celebration and Awards Program
6:30 – 8 PM
Reeve Union Theatre 307 + Virtual via Zoom

Keynote address by Pastor Reginald Johnson of Believers in Christ Ministries, Inc. – Milwaukee, WI, and Wisconsin District Director of Alpha Phi Alpha, Fraternity, Inc. Participants that want to attend in-person must pre-register. For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

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Thursday, February 17

Various Voices: Discussing the Intersection of Race and Mental Wellness 
12:30 – 2 PM
Reeve Union 212 + Virtual via Zoom

Come out and hear what Professional Mental Health advocates and experts will be sharing at this event as they focus on centering Black wellness and health. For more information, please email wilesm@uwosh.edu.

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African American Studies Open House
2 – 5 PM
Sage Hall Lobby

Learn more about what African American Studies as a discipline has to offer, and hear about some of the many programming initiatives taking place within the AAS program. You can also make a decision about joining the AAS minor and sign up on the spot! For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

Black History Month Spotlight Radio Program
5 PM
Radio Broadcast via 90.3 WRST-FM

Featuring Mr. Byron Adams and Pastor Charles Butler, Jr., UWO African American Alumni. This series will spotlight individuals and discuss issues, events and activities relevant to African Americans on UW Oshkosh campus. For more information, please email rayw@uwosh.edu.

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AAS Lecture: The Cultural Appropriation of Black America
5 – 8 PM
Virtual via Zoom

Join Dr. Damira Grady in an African American Studies class, as she identifies and discusses the historical implications of a very contemporary issue in Black America.

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Friday, February 18

AfroBeat Dance Class Session
6 PM
Student Recreation and Wellness Center Studio Room

A dance fitness CLASS derived from a creative blend of authentic African and Soca Caribbean dance techniques in harmony with unique dance fitness movements. Everyone is welcome to join this FREE class! Come out and join the fun! MASKS ARE REQUIRED. Capacity is set for 30 people, so register early! For more information, please email batteng@uwosh.edu.

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Saturday, February 19

“Big Brother/Big Sister” Mentorship Event with Oshkosh North High School BSU
1:30 – 8 PM
Reeve Union 202 + Rev’s Bowl

The first part of the activity will take place in Reeve Memorial Union. The group will travel together for bowling between 5 – 8 PM. Sponsored by the African American Studies Club and Black Student Union.

Sunday, February 20

Black History Month Church Service
10 AM
Breakthrough Covenant Church in Appleton

For more information, please visit breakthroughcovenant.org

“Know Your Black History” Kahootz Styled Trivia Game for Undergrads
6:00 PM CST
Virtual via Zoom

To be “eligible” to play, you must be a current undergraduate student. You must log in and represent your school with a visible piece of clothing (hat, sweatshirt, t-shirt)—something to show your school pride! Winner will receive a $100 Visa Gift Card. For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

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Monday, February 21

Monday Night Movie – “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks”
6:30 PM
Sage Hall 1210

Talkback by Dr. Laura Smolinski (Nursing), Dr. Michelle Kuhl (History), Dr. Heidi Nichols (Anthropology), and Dr. Alphonso Simpson (African American Studies). Co-Sponsored by The African American Studies Program and the College of Nursing. For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

Tuesday, February 22

Taste of Nations
11:30 AM – 12:45 PM
Reeve Union Ballroom 227

Co-sponsored by Reeve Union, University Dining and Aladdin Dining Services. For more information, please email wyliec@uwosh.edu.

Pride2: Discussions of Being Black and Queer
4 – 5 PM
Reeve Union 306 + Virtual via Zoom 

Join us for a moderated discussion and Q&A centering Black pride and queer pride. Come and hear a diverse panel of guests speak about their life experiences and ways they celebrate being Black and queer. Snacks and Pepsi products provided! For more information, please email croftz@uwosh.edu.

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Kohler BLK Catalyst group: Transforming Corporate Culture from Within
4:30 – 5:30 PM
Virtual via Zoom

Have you ever worried about going out into the workforce, bachelor’s degree in hand, only to find out that your business and/or coworkers don’t value you for who you are? Indeed, prejudice and stereotyping, whether it is conscious or unconscious, undermine morale, often leading to high worker turnover. Join us to learn what UWO College of Business alumna and digital analyst Shakura Salahaladyn is doing within her company to affect change and create a more equitable and inclusive work environment in which coworkers become allies. Also, learn how her involvement in UWO student organizations and academic programs helped her find her voice as one of the founding members of the Kohler BLK Catalyst Group. The event will be moderated by Alex Passewe. For more information please e-mail bowlusc@uwosh.edu

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Passcode: 476925

DVOV Gospel Choir Rehearsal
6:30 PM
RiverValley Church in Oshkosh

Open to the public, NO AUDITION REQUIRED!  Come out and experience the phenomenology of the Gospel Choir tradition. YOU’LL BE AMAZED! For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

Wednesday, February 23

“The Imaginary Middle: Black History Month Programming and Beyond in a Predominately White School”
5:30 – 6:30 PM
Virtual via Zoom

A candid roundtable discussion with black educators from rural areas in Alabama and Wisconsin discussing the successes, failures and strategies for effective delivery of Black History Month programming in predominantly white K-12 schools.

Panelists:
Ms. Cassandra Anderson
– Administrator, Straughn Middle School – Straughn, Alabama
Ms. Paula Simpson
– Educator, Straughn Middle School – Straughn, Alabama
Mr. Bobby Jackson
-Administrator, Jefferson City Schools – Birmingham, Alabama
Mrs. Kecia King
– Educator, Platteville School District – Platteville, Wisconsin
Dr. Belynda Pinkston
– Educator/Administrator – Oshkosh, Wisconsin

Moderator:
Dr. Alphonso Simpson, Jr.

For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

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IMPACT Student Meeting
7 – 8 PM
Reeve Union 210

Join us for a weekly gathering where students have the opportunity to grow in their faith and deepen their relationship with God along with their peers. For more information, please email stephan.altergott@athletesinaction.org.


“The Struggle To Be Recognized: Highlighting The Black Presence in the Bible”
7:30 – 8:30p PM
Virtual via Zoom

A roundtable discussion about the lives, legacies and importance of Black people found throughout the Biblical Narrative. Co-sponsored by African American Studies Program and IMPACT Student Movement.

Panelists:
Pastor Charles L. Butler, Jr.
– Breakthrough Covenant Church – Appleton, WI
Pastor Reginald Johnson
– Believers in Christ Ministries, Inc. – Milwaukee, WI
Elder Todd Haywood
– Holy Cathedral C.O.G.I.C – Milwaukee, WI
Reverend Dr. Darryl Calloway, Sr.
– First Baptist Church Whatley Street – Andalusia, AL
Reverend Al. Curley.
– Cornerstone Baptist Church – Arlington, TX
Moderator:
Dr. Alphonso Simpson, Jr.

For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

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Thursday, February 24

“Black Studies and Black Sexuality Studies Towards a Shared Generative Discourse and Productive Practice”
10 – 11:30 AM
Virtual via Zoom

Join a conference session for the National Council for Black Studies.

Presenters:
Dr. Valerie Grim
– Indiana University – “From the Margins to the Middle: Ways An Inclusion of Sexuality in Black Studies Enhance Our Study of African Descended People.”
Dr. James Stewart
– Penn State University – “Black Queer Studies and the evolving Black /Africana Studies Project.”
Dr. Maulana Karenga
– California State University, Long Beach – “Black Studies and Black Sexuality Studies in Creative Tension: Issues of foundation Disciplinary Commitments and Open-Textured Expansiveness”

For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu

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“Power and Pain: The Black Superwoman and Mental Health”
12 – 1:30 PM
Virtual via Zoom

Join a conference session for the National Council for Black Studies.

Presenters:
Marita Golden
– Author and LIterary Consultant – Black Superwoman: Power and Pain
Dr. Ain Grooms
– University of Iowa – Black Women Educators in White Schools: A Thick Fog of Ugly
Dr. Deborah Whaley
– University of Iowa – Chemo Chronicles: Why Pink Ribbons Make Me Angry
Dr. Cathay Jackson
– Norfolk State University – The Power of Representation: Black Women, Stereotypes, and Other Depressing Images in Film
Dr. Sharon Honore
– University of the Virgin Islands – Less Stress, more Joy: Focusing on Positivity and Gratefulness as a Black Superwoman

For more information please e-mail simpsona@uwosh.edu
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Black History Month Spotlight Radio Program
5 PM
Radio Broadcast via 90.3 WRST-FM

Featuring the UW Oshkosh African American Studies Program. This series will spotlight individuals and discuss issues, events and activities relevant to African Americans on UW Oshkosh campus. For more information, please email rayw@uwosh.edu.

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Film Screening and Talkback – Vel Phillips: Dream Big Dreams
5:30 – 7:30 PM
Sage Hall 1210

Wisconsin Public Television tells the story of civil rights leader Vel Phillips. Discover how Vel Phillips achieved an impressive list of “firsts” as part of her legacy, including the first African American judge in Wisconsin and the first woman, and African American, in the nation elected to executive office in state government. After the documentary, Judge LaKeisha Haase, an alum of UW Oshkosh, will reflect on the legacy of Vel Phillips and share about her journey to becoming the first African American judge in Winnebago County! For more information, please email johsnonal@uwosh.edu.

Friday, February 25

“The Legacy of Anna Julia Cooper and the Resiliency of Jim Crow into the Twenty-First Century”
10 – 11:30 AM
Virtual via Zoom

Join a conference session for the National Council for Black Studies.
Presenters:
Dr. Michael D. Royster – Prairie View A&M
Mr. Darryl Johnson – Prairie View A&M
Ms. Quinesha Bentley – Prairie View A&M
Ms. Tamaralyn Grant – Prairie View A&M

For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

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AfroBeat Dance Class Session
6 PM
Student Recreation and Wellness Center Studio Room

A dance fitness CLASS derived from a creative blend of authentic African and Soca Caribbean dance techniques in harmony with unique dance fitness movements. Everyone is welcome to join this FREE class! Come out and join the fun! MASKS ARE REQUIRED. Capacity is set for 30 people, so register early! For more information, please email batteng@uwosh.edu.

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Saturday, February 26

“Title IX at 50: Examining Equity for Black Girls and Women in Sport”
1 – 2:30 PM
Virtual via Zoom

Join a conference session for the National Council for Black Studies.

Presenters:
Dr. Courtney Flowers – Texas Southern University
Dr. Jasmine Hamilton – Prairie View A&M University
Dr. Jacqueline McDowell – George Mason University
Dr. Akilah Carter-Francique – San José State University
Dr. Joyce Olushoa-Ogunrinde – University of Houston
Dr. F. Michelle Richardson – Coppin State University

For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.
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“See Me!: The Invisibility of Black Women in Intersectional Spaces”
3 – 4:30 PM
Virtual via Zoom

Join a conference session for the National Council for Black Studies.

Presenters:
Samantha Horton
– Indiana University Bloomington – “Black Catholic Women Religious Womanist Theology”
Alexus Hunt
– Indiana University Bloomington – “Black Women Entrepreneurs and the Makeup Industry”
Monica Long
– University of Louisiana Lafayette – “Sexual Liberation in Toni Morrison’s Sula and Tina McElroy Ansa’s The Hand I Fan With”
Nya Anthony 
– Indiana University Bloomingtoin – “Disaster, Black Feminism, and Speculative Life: On Black Women and Ethical Considerations of the Human”
Taylor D. Duckett
– Indiana University Bloomington – “The Black Queer Body as a Site of Contested Space” 

For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

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DVOV Gospel Choir Concert
6:30 PM
RiverValley Church in Oshkosh

Come out to this FREE and FANTASTIC concert of Gospel/Praise and Worship Music performed by students of UW Oshkosh. Directed by Dr. Alphonso Simpson, Jr, and supported by the Breakthrough Covenant Church Praise Band of Appleton, Wisconsin.  This event is one you MUST EXPERIENCE! For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

Sunday, February 27

Black History Month Church Service
10 AM
Breakthrough Covenant Church in Appleton

For more information, please visit breakthroughcovenant.org

Soul Food Sunday
1 – 3 PM or 4 – 6 PM
Rodney’s Cafe in Oshkosh

Dinner plates will be CARRY OUT ONLY! Orders can be placed in advance by texting “BHM” to (833) 924-3892 or visiting the link below. Pick up times must be indicated on the order form along with your name. Your order will be made based on your selections. The order form will close on Friday, February 25 at Noon. Limited reservations available – 50 cap. For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

Flyer with Menu

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Free Ice Skating with BSU & AAS
3 – 5 PM
Oshkosh 20th Street YMCA

Come out and enjoy a true Wisconsin winter past-time with the students of BSA and AAS Club. Dress warmly! Free skates are provided on a first-come first-serve basis. For more information, please email rossj31@uwosh.edu.

Monday, Feb.28

AAA: The CROWN Act & Racial Injustice
12:40 – 1:40 PM
Reeve Union 212 + Virtual via Zoom

Presented by Zayn Croft & Maddie Wiles. For more information, please email wilesm@uwosh.edu.

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Monday Night Movie – “Just Mercy”
6:30 PM
Sage Hall 1210

Talkback by Yante Turner, Co-Founder of Sun Seeker Collective and Dr. Alphonso Simpson, Director of African American Studies at UW Oshkosh. For more information, please email simpsona@uwosh.edu.

For more information about information about individual events,
contact Dr. Alphonso Simpson at simpsona@uwosh.edu or call (920) 424-0964.

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