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​African American History Month is a time to recognize achievements and reflect on history. All around the nation, there are celebrations to commemorate and reflect on the African American community’s past, present, and future. Here are a few that you won’t want to miss happening at MSU Texas.

Thursday, February 2nd

In celebration of Black History Month, MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center will host a 90s-themed skating party from 6:45-9:45 p.m. at the Family Fun Zone at 4131 Southwest Parkway. The first 150 students to pick up their tickets get in free. There is a $5 refundable deposit to secure your ticket at MOSAIC Office, CSC 194. After 150 tickets are claimed, the entry fee w/ skates is $12.

FREE Shuttle services are available. The first shuttle leaves at 6:30 PM. Pick-up at Killingsworth bus stop location.

Friday, February 3

In celebration of Black History Month, join the Men of Color Alliance and Women in Support of Empowerment (MOCA and WISE) in Maverick’s Corner in Clark Student Center at 7 pm for a night full of creative expression through poetry, singing, dancing, etc.

Friday, February 17

Join MOSAIC in the annual Black Excellence Gala at MSU Texas. Bring your best fit to the red carpet! Food, entertainment, awards, and superlatives will be awarded throughout the evening.

Tickets are on sale in MOSAIC, CSC 194. Student tickets are $10; Community tickets are $15.

7-9 p.m., Friday, Feb. 17 in CSC Comanche.

7-28 February 2023

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What is the Challenge about? Take 21 days to challenge yourself to learn something new, do something meaningful or connect with others about racial equity. Each day, the Charlye O. Farris Social Justice Resource Center will offer recommendations on something to read, a podcast to listen to, an organization to follow; but, you can choose your own adventure! Just pick one thing each day to increase your awareness, reflect on your role in promoting racial equity or motivate yourself to act.

This activity is sponsored by the Charlye O. Farris Social Justice Resource Center. The purpose of the Charlye O. Farris Social Justice Resource Center (SJRC) is to serve as a hub of education and advocacy. We strive to build community connections around the issues of racial and social justice through activities encouraging reflection and dialogue. We provide training and development opportunities for community leaders and business partners focused on improving equity and inclusion in their organizations.