Black History Month Events
Military Readiness in a Changing World
When: February, 1 – 8:00-9:00 Continental Breakfast 9:00-11:00 am
Where: Gateway, Davis Auditorium
Description: Discussing the highlights and powers of the military. Adjunct Fellow, U.S. Army Veteran, Ms. Asha Castleberry.
Inspiring Author’s Café Forum
When: February 5– 9:00 -1:00pm.
Where: Gateway, Davis Auditorium – 9:00 – 1:00 pm.
Description: 5 Authors, Henry A. May, Dr. Althea Phillips, Dr. Richard Courage, Tai Allen and Ivan Fernandez. Also Featuring, Ann Mitchell – Film Writer and Alumni. “Up On Sugar Hill,” – Where their outcomes are landing them into their futures.
The Struggle Between Patriotism and Civil Rights
When: February 6 – 10-12pm.
Where: Classroom Building Rm. 200.
Description: What that means for Black Patriots and the Black Experiences, Dr. Carla DuBose.
Battle of the Sexes
When: February 7 – 11-1pm
Where: Student Center – 11 – 1pm.
Description: Black Student Union Club – Where the talks get down to the Nitty Gritty.
Buffalo Soldier’s Documentary
When: February 8 9:00-11pm
Where:Library Media Theater – 9:00 -11:00pm.
Description: Italian Filmmaker, Producer and Social Advocate, Fred Kumornu
Where: Student Center– 11- 1:00pm
Ms. Ruth Hunt
WCC Veteran’s Standup Rally
When: February 14
Where: Student Center – 11 – 1:00pm.
Description: Featuring “The Mayhem Poets” – Where the shifting of Poetry meets the Real World.
Student, Faculty and Staff Meeting
When: February 20
Where: Student Center 11:00 – 1:00pm.
Description: – Keynote Speaker, Professor Kristyan (Rose) Gilmore.
Gold Star Mothers
When: February 21
Description: A Play written and directed by Professor Cynthia Robinson-Williams – Phenomenal rendition of the lives carried out after serving in the Armed Forces.
Soul Food Cuisine Meets American Cuisine Lunch by Westchester Community College Culinary Arts’ Students
When: February 22
Where: Dining Hall – 11:00 – 1:00 pm
Description: – Allow your taste buds be tantalized and enjoy the decadent soul food cuisine. $12 and please RSVP your reservations.
African American Women in Times of War
When: February 26
Where: Classroom Building Room 100 – 11:00 – 1:00 pm
Description: Dr. Christolyn Williams. . Who were our distinctive Women in Times of War?
Honoring the Gospel in Warring Times
When: February 27
Where: Gateway Auditorium – 5:00 pm. – 8:00 pm
Description: Keynote Speaker – Reverand Dr. Robert E. Young, and the Mount Olivet Mass Choir, and also Featuring Soloist Lady Misha. Dinner will be served.
Culminating Awards Luncheon Ceremony
When: February 28
Description: Honoring faculty and staff for years of service and merits of service. Associate Dean of Diversity Equity & Inclusion | Chief Diversity Officer- Tiffany SW Hamilton