Lansing Community College

The celebration includes a variety of events such as concerts, films, special guest presentations, health fairs, business expos and more. Join the community and partake in these educational, enlightening and uplifting experiences!

If you would like to dive deeper, take the challenge to research on your own! There is an abundance of content online that highlights the history of the African diaspora and the black experience. Further, see what your favorite local organizations and publications are doing to celebrate Black History. Check out this events calendar below for a list of special virtual events happening nationally and at LCC in February.

Black History Awareness 365

Soul Food Fridays

Soul Food Fridays

Our mission is to create a safe space open to all, focusing on black students and staff at Lansing Community College. We will foster community through discussion, networking, shared experiences, and mentorship. Soul Food Friday events happen all year long. See the dates and topics below to rsvp.

Soul Food Recipe Booklet

Explore Black History 365

Explore Black History 365

We know 28 days is not long enough to fully embrace and celebrate Black History. Take the challenge to dive deeper by learning and celebrating black stories. Add a new book to read or film to your watch list or maybe try a new podcast. Even further, engage in conversations that speak to the experiences of African Americans.

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Upcoming Black History Events

Full Schedule

Contact Us

 

Questions? Want to join the Black History Awareness Commitee?

Email: bha@lcc.edu

Annescia Dillard

Black History Awareness Committee Co-Chair
Lansing Community College
517-483-1407
dillara1@lcc.edu

Robin Moore

Black History Awareness Committee Co-Chair
Lansing Community College
517-483-9616
caldwer@lcc.edu