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Upcoming Black History Month Events

Sistah to Sistah Discussion Group (Re-ocurring)

Sistah to Sistah 
Sistah to Sistah is led by the Cross Cultural and Gender Center African American Programs and Services, noon Wednesdays beginning Feb. 3. This discussion group provides a safe space for Black and African American women to connect and build community while discussing relevant and current topics. Open to students, staff, faculty, and the community!
February 3, 2021
12 pm
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Barbershop Talk Discussion Group (Re-Occuring)

This discussion group provides a safe space for Black and African American men .
Date: (Recurring) Feb. 8 and 22
Time: 5 pm

The Racial Healing Circles

Racial Healing Circles, presented by the Cross Cultural and Gender Center African American Programs and Services, 3-4:30 p.m. Feb. 9 and 23. This discussion group will be facilitated by Dr. Ramar Henderson, assistant professor in the Department of Counselor Education and Rehabilitation. Racial Healing Circles are designed to help students heal from the trauma of racism. All students are welcome to attend.
Date: Feb. 9 and 23 (recurring)
Time: 3-4:30 pm

The Impacts of COVID-19 on Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC)

COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the world and continues to have an impact on everyone, especially marginalized communities. Latino/a Programs and Services is providing a space for BIPOC to discuss personal and community impact drawing from the circumstances of COVID-19. This is an informal community dialogue event and is open to everyone! 

Date: February 22, 2021

Time: 2 p.m.- 3 p.m.


A Celebration of African American Cinema: Film Discussion

A Celebration of African American Cinema and Film Discussion, presented by the Henry Madden Library,
The final part of a two-part event, this series features a viewing of two films, followed by a discussion. This guided conversation on African American films will explore themes of manhood, racism and African American relationships. “Higher Learning” (1995), directed by John Singleton, and “Nothing But A Man” (1964), directed by Michael Roemer, will be available prior to the discussion for viewing. Pre-registration will be required for both the film viewing and discussion.
Date: Feb 15
Time: 6 pm
Link: TBD

Real Talk: Getting Involved

Real Talk: Getting Involved, hosted byOff-Campus Student Life and African American Programs and Services.
Featuring Fresno State alumnus Keith Arthur Bolden, Spelman College professor and actor, this “Real Talk” discussion will include conversations on building meaningful community and finding pockets of support on campus. Students, staff, faculty and community members are all invited to attend and take part in this thoughtful dialogue centered around involvement.   
Date: Feb 16
Time:12 pm

Family Feud

The Office of Black Student Success and Cross Cultural and Gender Center’s African-American Programs and Services are hosting a virtual, Family Feud, game night of Family Feud. All are welcome to attend!


Date: February 17, 2021

Time: 5:30 p.m.


Natural Hair Night

Natural Hair Night
Natural Hair Night will feature natural-hair wearer testimonials and demonstrations on hair care techniques.
Date: Feb. 24
Time: 5:30 pm