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Black History Month Events

Reinhardt University’s Black History Month observance lasts the entire month of February and features activities that celebrate the many accomplishments and the proud heritage of African-Americans.  Reinhardt’s annual observance of Black History Month includes symposiums, performances and film screenings.


DREAMS Know Your History Trivia Night

Thursday, February 2 from 8-9:30pm in the Glasshouse

Learn about the contributions of black scholars, doctors, actors, athletes and so much more through DREAMS' Know Your History Trivia Night! School your friends in things you already know, and be amazed by the facts and people you had never heard of before. Team sizes are recommended to be 6 people, but you do not need to arrive with a team to play. At the end of the night we will be awarding bookstore credit to the 1st place team.

Eagle Cinema: Loving

Saturday, February 11 from 9-11pm in the Glasshouse

Celebrate Valentine's Day and Black History Month by watching Loving with Student Activities Council. Loving tells the story of Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple who fell in love and were married in 1958. They grew up in Central Point, a small town in Virginia that was more integrated than surrounding areas in the American South. It was the state of Virginia, where they were making their home and starting a family, which first jailed and banished them. Richard and Mildred relocated with their children to the inner city of Washington, D.C., but the family ultimately tries to find a way back to Virginia. Popcorn, couches, and tissues will be provided.

Growing Cities Viewing and Discussions

Saturday, February 13 from 7pm in the Glasshouse

Reinhardt University Green and Dreams are partnering together for Black History Month on Monday February, 13 at 7pm in the Glasshouse for Speaker and a Movie Night. We will be hearing from a Local Atlanta Urban Farmer then we will be showing the documentary movie ” Growing Cities”. This wonderful movie is about two friends who travel across the country to interview leaders in urban agriculture and learn more about how cities are being revitalized by urban farming. We will have Free food and soda. Movie night is free to Reinhardt students, faculty, staff and community. Bring a friend!!

African Descendants Student Association Book Stamping Event

Thursday, February 16 from 4-5:30pm on Floor 3 of the Hill Freeman Memorial Library

Help the African Descendants Student Association stamp books to be sent to Igbajo Polytechnic in Nigeria. Before and during the event, make sure to donate books using the boxes distributed around campus. Everything from children’s books to college textbooks are appreciated. The 2016-2017 donation goal is 2,500 books!

Center for Civil and Human Rights Bus Trip

Sunday, February 19 from 11:30am-6pm

Join the Office of Student Activities on a visit to the Center for Civil and Human Right on Sunday, February 19. The Center of Civil and Human Rights has become one of the few places in the world educating visitors on the bridge between the American Civil Rights Movement and the contemporary struggle for Human Rights around the world. Tickets and transportation are free of charge for Reinhardt students, staff, faculty, and guests. Register here:

Community Gathering: Perspectives

Wednesday, February 22 at 1pm in the Glasshouse

Although February is the shortest month of the year, the student and faculty organizers behind the Black History Month events at Reinhardt University hope to make this event one of the most influential and impactful, by bringing black history, experiences, perspectives and culture to the forefront of campus conversation. The keynote address will be delivered by Tony Harrison, whose business, Cousins Maine Lobster, has been featured on ABC’s Shark Tank.