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Celebrating Black History Month at RCC

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In a city so rich with history, there are many ways to celebrate Black History Month. Join RCC as we honor the achievements, culture, and history of black people - in America and abroad - through lectures and panel discussions, theatrical performances and more.

WEDNESDAY, 2/9/2022

Time: 12:00 PM | Virtual Event
Of Ebony Embers
Vignettes of the Harlem Renaissance.
Zoom Link:
Meeting ID: 974 5431 0294 | Passcode: 994292

THURSDAY, 2/10/2022
Time: 1:30pm | Location: Student Commons and on Zoom
The Evolution And Origin Of The Steel Pan
This lecture/demonstration will be presented by Professor Justin Petty and will focus on the invention of the steel pan, which is the only acoustical instrument invented in the twentieth century.
To attend in-person events, students must bring their vaccination card or a picture of it!
Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 972 8852 4693 | Passcode: 252845

TUESDAY, 2/15/2022
Time: 1:30 PM | Virtual Event
Roxbury: Past, Present, & Future
This event being hosted by the Social Sciences Department to celebrate Nubian Square’s rich history. The event will include presentations, an audience-led discussion, and a game (with prizes)!
Zoom Link:
Meeting ID: 945 4586 5078 | Passcode: 050294

TUESDAY 2/15/2022
Time: 1:30 PM | Virtual Event
A Zoom Reading of Divorce Dog
Come see a very good mother get mad as hell!
Zoom Link:
Meeting ID: 94010428329

}THURSDAY, 2/17/2022
Time: 1:30 PM | Virtual Event
The President’s Office Doesn’t Have Afros
A discussion about natural hair in the workplace and school with Mia Hazlett.
Zoom Link:
Meeting ID: 891 529 2805

TUESDAY, 2/22/2022
Time: 1:00 PM | Virtual Event
Sustainable Self Care: Tips for Better Wellness Amidst the Chaos
Learn how to manage stress, manage screen time, and how to take a moment for yourself!
Zoom Link:
Meeting ID: 891 529 2805

WEDNESDAY, 2/23/2022
Time: 4:00-5:30 PM | Virtual Event
Porsha Olayiwola – Poet Laureate for the City of Boston
Sankofa is a word in the Twi language of Ghana that translates as “Go back and get it.” Folks in this writing workshop will explore identity through narrative poetry. This intimate workshop allows students to examine their personal and ancestral history as a to use a lens for their future. Existing at the intersection of nostalgia and reclamation, this powerful workshop will beckon folks to explore their own culture and identity as well as those around them.
Zoom Link:

THURSDAY, 2/24/2022
Time: 8pm | Virtual Event
Black History Bingo
Please join us and other community colleges for Black History BINGO Live on Zoom with Cedric Baggett. Participants will have an opportunity to win Amazon e-gift cards while we celebrate and learn all about Black His-tory including influential People, Events, and Movements.
Zoom Meeting:

THURSDAY, 2/24/2022
Time: 1:30 PM | Location: Great Room, 3rd Floor, Building 1
Xtreme Hip Hop with Shocktroopfitness
Come join us for a sweat session stepping to the sounds of hip hop. Just bring your towel and water! Students must bring their vaccination card or a picture of it!


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