Celebrate, Learn, and Participate in Black History Month with GSU

Madelynn Prieboy, Phoenix Staff Writer

February brings a month of celebration and education on Black history. GSU’s Center for Student Engagement and Intercultural Programs recognizes the importance of emphasizing this heritage by scheduling events for students and staff alike … remotely, of course.  

GSU’s Black History Month event schedule includes everything from film screenings to virtual performances and extends from this Feb. 3 to Feb. 22. The events listed on the CSEIP’s web page include: 

“13th” Virtual Movie Screening on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 7pm – 9pm 

“Combining archival footage with testimony from activists and scholars, director Ava DuVernay’s examination of the U.S. prison system looks at how the country’s history of racial inequality drives the high rate of incarceration in America.” 

RSVP at Jaguar Connection. 

Virtual Black History Trivia on Thursday, Feb. 11, 7pm 

How well do you know Black history? Join us for an online game-show-style trivia competition.  

To sign up as a participant email [email protected] 


Black Greek 101 on Thursday,  Feb. 16, 6pm 

Presentation on the history and influence of historically Black fraternities.  

RSVP on Jaguar Connection. 

Step Afrika on Friday Feb. 19, 7pm 

Virtual celebration of the arts through creative performance. 

RSVP on Jaguar Connection. 

Annual African American Read in on Monday Feb. 22, 6pm 

Annual event to promote literacy and African American authors and poets.  

RSVP on Jaguar Connection