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[Virtual] Black History Month 365
February 2 - February 25
BHM365 provides year-round programming with a special emphasis during Black History Month (BHM) in February. Programming in 2022 is organized by a planning committee of students, faculty and staff, headed by the Black Action Forum (BAF). BAF is joined by several cosponsoring groups to develop programming for Black History Month, including the Black Students Collective (BSC), Black MBA Students Association, the Ethnic Studies Program in the Department of Race, Gender and Sexuality Studies, the Black Faculty and Staff Association, Alumnae of Color, the School of Education, and the Associated Students of Mills College.
BHM22 Virtual Kick-Off Celebration: Community. Hope. Transformation.
Wednesday, February 2, 2022 | 4:00–5:00 pm
Kick-Off our Mills College Black History Month as we gather community online, give thanks and celebrate together. Hang out with fellow students, staff and faculty, and win some raffle prizes!
Black Love Film Festival
Saturday, February 5, 2022 | 2:00–5:30 pm
Join the Mills community online for a night of great cinema and the celebration of Black love, followed by discussion. Night 1 will screen a Kenyan film directed by Wanuri Kahiu.
BLM@School Week of Action—School of Education
Monday, January 31–Friday, February 5, 2022
Register for virtual programs including a Virtual Solo Art Exhibit, presented by Yétúndé Olagbaju (MFA ’20), along with our BLM@School Week of Action Interactive Community Board, created by Angela Nwokike, Keynote Speaker Dr. LaGarrett King, and The 1619 Project Online Readings & Discussions with Dr. Debbie Brown