What Drew Is Doing for Black History Month

Talks, dance and a documentary.

February 2019 – Drew University is celebrating Black History Month with talks, workshops and a documentary screening. Here’s a closer look.

Feb. 4

4 p.m. Watch the documentary Soul Food Junkies. Presented by the Film Club. Ehinger Center’s The Space

Feb. 6

6 p.m. Black “Herstory.” Learn about the most influential black women in history. Presented by the Feminist Intersection, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, ARIEL and the Residence Hall Association. Crawford Hall

Feb. 20

7 p.m. Diversity and inclusion literature. An open mic night celebrating African-American poets and authors. Ehinger Center’s The Space

7 p.m. Workshop on African dance. Presented by the Drew African Students Association. Simon Forum Dance Studio

Feb. 27

Noon and 6:10 p.m. The Rev. Dr. Leslie Callahan. Callahan of St. Paul’s Baptist Church in Philadelphia leads a community forum at noon and preaches during a 6:10 p.m. chapel service. Presented by the Black Ministerial Caucus. Seminary Hall

7 p.m. Jeopardy based on African-American history. Presented by Wakanda House, the HERB Complex, Hoyt-Browne Hall and Ashbury Hall. Crawford Hall

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