It’s important to celebrate the current and future accomplishments of Black people as well as the past during Black History Month, says Marium Tolson-Murtty, UWindsor director of anti-racism organizational change.
That’s why organizers have chose the theme “Black History – Black Futures” for a series of events through February that will engage faculty, students, staff, and alumni.
“Black people are not trends or fads,” says Tolson-Murtty. “People of the African diaspora are integral to the fabric of our society not only in Canada but worldwide.”
Learn more on the Black History – Black Futures website.
The site includes a calendar of the month’s events, which range from giveaways and contests to lectures and performances. To add a listing, email email@example.com.