Sweet Thangs Study Break II (back to top)
February 6, 2007 7pm – Murray Dodge Basement
Students attending this event can enjoy a ton of sweet goodies while learning about the upcoming events of the month. Calendars and T-shirts will be distributed at this time. RSVP to BHM@princeton.edu.
Opening Dinner (back to top)
February 7, 6:30p.m. – Friend Center Convocation Room
This kick-off dinner will have a speaker, performances by PUGE, Natalia Namen '08, and a Jazz Ensemble, and soul, African, and Caribbean food.
Luv Jones (back to top)
February 10, 8:00 p.m. – Cafe Viv
Luv Jones is the Valentine-themed talent showcase held the Saturday closest to Valentines
day. Men and women perform throughout the evening through song, poetry, dance, and whatever
else comes to mind. Whether you have that special someone or you just want to do a quick performance,
sign up. It only has to be 3-5 minutes long, and you have total creative freedom over what you want to do.
Contact Bobbie King at blking@ if you are interested in performing.
Alumni Panel(back to top)
February 15, 6:39 p.m. – Frist 307
Stony the Road We Trod: The Real Black Experience at Princeton. Black History Month Alumni Panel-Bringing back alumni from the previous years to speak candidly with current Princeton students about their experiences while at Princeton and after they have graduated
Black Cultural Expression Showcase: A Glimpse of Black History as Portrayed Through the Arts(back to top)
February 16, 9-11pm p.m. – Richardson Auditorium
The history of African-Americans starting from Africa through today will be "told" through numerous artistic forums which include dance, acting, singing, and poetry.
Film Series: Hurricane Katrina(back to top)
February 18. – McCormick 101
This event will involve showing clips of and discussing Spike Lee's documentary "When the Levees Broke".
Performing Race: Cross-Cultural Experiences in Higher Education(back to top)
February 20, 7:00 p.m. – McCosh 10
In-dept discussion about “Acting White” and African, Caribbean and Bi-racial representation on campus as oppose to African-American representation and how these two pertinent topics relate and affect African-Americans in higher education.
BHM Closing Party!(back to top)
March 3 – 11pm-2am
An end of the month celebration at the Quadrangle Club.
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