Black History Month 2021

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International Programs is celebrating Black History Month this year by highlighting Black voices and international experiences as well as some opportunities for you to learn and engage through various events within the FSU community:

Blog Posts and Resources:

Influential Black Americans Who Lived Abroad: What They Learned “From Another Place”

Nomadic Noles: Black Beyond Borders

Noles Abroad: Little by Little: Living Abroad as a Person of Color

Meaningful Travel Tips & Tales: African American Perspectives

Amanda Gorman, National Youth Poet Laureate, Talks About Her Study Abroad Experience

 

Podcast Episodes:

Casey Daley, alum: Connecting to Heritage

Christina Williams, student: “No Fear”

Victoria BienAime, student: Use the Resources

Dr. Marcía Porter, faculty: Everything is Music

 

FSU Events:

2/4: Lecture: “Music as an Instrument of Violence Against Black Girls on YouTube (or Twerking at the Intersection).”

2/7: First Sunday: Black History Month

2/8: African American Trivia

2/9: Black Alumni Discussion Panel

2/11: Lecture: Black Chicago and the Rise of the Carceral State

2/18: Black Wealth Seminar

2/18: Black Panther: Trivia

2/24: From Lemons to Lemonade: Beyoncé, blackgirlmagic, & Lessons from Miss Hattie’s Kitchen

 

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