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SCCC students embrace Black History Month

For students at Suffolk, Black History Month held many meanings. Each student gave me a gist of how they  celebrate Black History Month and I found out that many don’t hold a certain tradition to the month but for the most part all like to pay tribute by watching films and learning more of how far African Americans have come.

A Brief Memory of Justice Marshall

The announcement of the film “Marshall“, to be shown in the Collington auditorium on Monday, reminded me of the one time I was lucky enough to even be in the same room with him… 451 more words

Events

"Our Day Will Come - Ruby And The Romantics"

Our Day Will Come” is a popular song composed by Bob Hilliard and Mort Garson, which was a million-selling No. 1 chart hit in 1963 for Ruby & the Romantics. 173 more words

Music

RECOMMENDED BOOKS: BLACK AND BRITISH: A FORGOTTEN HISTORY BY DAVID OLUSOGA

In Black and British, award-winning historian and broadcaster David Olusoga offers readers a rich and revealing exploration of the extraordinarily long relationship between the British Isles and the people of Africa. 126 more words

Writing

"THE ISLEY BROTHERS - THIS OLD HEART OF MINE"

“This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You)” is an The Isley Brothers song from 1966 that was a hit for them during their brief tenure on Motown’s Tamla label. 145 more words

Entertainment

1988 Black History Month Celebration

Black History Month at UIC in the Spring semester of the 1988 academic year was multifaceted, offering a variety of events to enhance the black student experience. 137 more words

Archival Findings

Vox Pop: Black History Month in the Borderland

This was an in-class assignment to do a vox pop, or person on the street interview to find out how whether UTEP students feel Black History Month has a significance on the Mexican border. 58 more words

Class Work