Thirty-degree weather didn’t ruin the Black Student Association’s cookout event on the final day of Black History Month. “My favorite part was the people,” Blen Hussain, BSA’s secretary, wrote in an email. “They came out, they ate, they wanted seconds, they danced, laughed, and at the end told me how
Video by LaTerraWair On February 22, 2019, The Black Student Association holds Luncheon and Lecture with guest speaker, Dale Long.
Fort Worth councilwoman and Texas Wesleyan board member Kelly Allen Gray opened the Black History Celebration event in Nicholas Martin Hall during free period on Tuesday by encouraging the audience to find an unsung hero. The event had several guest speakers, a piano performance by junior music major Alicia Smith,
The Black Student Association kicked of Black History Month with a read-in on Feb. 8 in the orientation room of the Eunice & James L. West Library. The event featured Arlington author Louie McClain II, who talked about his experience with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, scholarship programs in
Black History Month celebrates the achievements made by black Americans and recognizes the hardships they have overcome. The annual celebration began half a century after the abolishment of slavery in the United States, according to history.com. Historian Carter G. Woodson and minister Jesse E. Moorland founded the Association for the