Black History Month (BHM) at Wesleyan has been a huge success with a number of well attended events that discussed various issues within the Black Community and celebrated black culture.

Historically, BHM has been an active time for members of the black community to pause and reflect on the progress that has been made and the progress that has yet to occur. 1st Black History Month kicked off with convocation, featuring renowned community activist and director of trauma services at the Boston Public Health, keynote speaker Courtney Grey.

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Lives beyond magazine covers and murders that don't reach the news, this event propelled and expanded Wesleyan’s #BLACKLIVESMATTERSJubilee Feb.

28th The finale of Black History Month came with Ujamma’s annual BHM cultural show!Throughout the brunch, additional speakers featured were Alumni Nyasha Foy ’06-Chair of Wesleyan’s Black Alumni Council-Senior Aissa Gueye '15 and Freshman Victoria King '18. 6-8th On the weekend of February 7th twenty Wes students traveled to Smith College for the Young Gifted & Black conference.The weekend consisted of workshops, networking and bonding with other students and graduates of color.Caribbean American- including the privilege of having citizenship in America. 26th CO-sponsored by SPECTRUM and QUEERWES, Justice 4 Jane organizers, Al Ricco and IV Staklo hosted a presentation and discussion on the intersectionality between race, queerness and displacement.The hosts opened up the dialogue to the trans* brothers and sisters who are often left out of the conversation.Feb 19th On Thursday night Psi U was shaking with the power of verse, music and movement.