TLU honors the accomplishments and impact the African American community has had on our world as we celebrate Black History Month 2023. As a campus, celebrating Black History Month helps foster diversity by promoting Black Student Union-sponsored events and creating additional opportunities for students to learn the true meaning behind the month and the history of African Americans.
Feb 1: Black is Community
Open House Presentation
Location: African American Studies Center
Join Black Student Union for an open house of the African American Studies Center. There will also be a special presentation by Dr. Bisha’s class.
Feb. 3: Black is @TLU
Location: The doghouse (next to Alumni Student Center)
Time: 12-1 p.m.
We will all as a community meet up and put our handprint and name on doghouse and mingle with our fellow black students at TLU
Feb. 6: Black is Delicious
Purple Pig Food
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Feb. 11: Beauty in Our Brain
Location: TLU Campus
Feb. 13: Black is Love Valentine’s Day Party
A Valentine's party and potluck where students will highlight and celebrate their blackness.
Feb. 2: Black is Fellowship
Feb. 23: Black is Fun
Location: The Backyard
Feb. 26: Black is Faith
Church at Second Baptist