BHM 2023

Black History Month 2023: The Year to ReJuvenate, ReNew & RePosition


Afro Indigenous History of the U.S. with Kyle T. Mays | Thursday, February 2nd | 12-1:15 pm  

Sawubona Black Student Support Center, Pioneer 360 & Click Here to Zoom            

Kyle T. Mays is an Afro-Indigenous Associate Professor of African   American, American Indian and History Studies at UCLA. He will speak about his book An Afro-Indigenous History of the United States (2021).


Zoom Recording Click Here

ReJuvenation Starts with Self with Amara-Niani Jackson | Thursday, February 9th | 12-1:15 pm

Student Activities Center, Bertolini 1st Floor & Click Here to Zoom

Join Amara-Niani as she provide ways to rejuvenate and create tailored self care plans.

ReNewing Your Why with LaKiesha McDonald | Wednesday, February 15th | 10:30-12 pm

Student Activities Center Bertolini, 1st Floor & Click Here to Zoom

Join LaKiesha McDonald for this interactive workshop that focuses on re-identifying your why and how to renew your vision.

Black Wellness: Cultivating Legacies of Vibrancy | February 21st & 23rd | 12-1:00 pm            

Our House, Jacobs 116, Petaluma campus Click Here to register in person w/ zoom option upon registration           

Come explore the impact of systems of oppression on the Black Body, Psyche, and Black Spirituality / Cosmologies while focusing on a spectrum of anecdotes to support our healing.

CANCELLED: Power of RePositioning | Thursday, February 23rd | 12-1:15 pm      

Student Activities Center Bertolini, 1st Floor                            

Black by popular demand, Dr. Loggins will discuss the power in and importance of repositioning oneself to get to where you desire to be.

Black Cinema Series: Join us for free screenings of the following movies (reserve your free tickets by clicking here). Please note: you have to get tickets for each screening. All movies will be screened at the Summerfield Cinemas in Santa Rosa, Ca. Free small drink, popcorn and candy included.

Dope: Sunday, February 5th | 4 pm (doors open at 3:30 pm)  

The Woman King: Sunday, February 19th | 4 pm (doors open at 3:30 pm)   

Moonlight: Saturday, February 25th | 4 pm (doors open at 3:30 pm)