“Black History – Black Futures”Activities with the theme “Black History – Black Futures” are set through February.

Black History Month activities promise to look forward as well as back

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 abr@uwindsor.ca.