Black History Event
February 25, 2021
Event Flyer

The month of February is Black History Month. It's an annual celebration of recognizing the achievements and the role of African Americans in U.S. History. For Black History Month, the BYU Student Service Association PEN Talks with collaboration with the Kennedy Center, Global Women's Studies, and clubs including BYU Women of Color, and BYU Black Student Union are hosting a panel discussion on the topic "Black Women Throughout Social Movements."

Gina Dorsan from the Department of Computer Science will be a member of a panel discussing "Black Women Throughout Social Movements."

The panel takes place Thursday, February 25th, from 6:30-8 pm via zoom. The panel will feature all Black women from diverse backgrounds and experiences. They will speak to their own experience and how social movements through time have influenced them today. If you are interested in other similar events like this please check out the BYU Kennedy Center's website for a list of their calendar events.Happy Black History Month. 

You can find the recording here

https://byusa.byu.edu/pen-talks

It's the first video named "PEN Talk February 25, 2021."

Zoom link to watch: https://byu.zoom.us/j/3284989136