Cascade Events: February 25 — March 1

All Week Long

Cascade Campus Food Services Presents: A Taste of Southern Hospitality

Our cafeteria will serve menu items as rich, exciting, and diverse as the culture.

Monday, Feb. 25

Black Student Union/ASPCC Presents: Black History Month Jeopardy

1:30pm-2:30 pm, “The Underground”

Have fun, laugh, and learn interesting and fun facts about African American history.  Prize, food, fun and everyone is welcome.

The Illumination Project

3pm-4:40pm, MAHB Auditorium

The Illumination Project celebrates Black History Month by presenting interactive social justice theater, with a goal of creating a campus community that values people of all backgrounds. The plays will focus on racism and the challenges faced by people of color.

Tuesday Feb. 26   

Black History Month Bazaar

10am- 2:00pm, SC Free speech hall

Arts, crafts, clothes, bike helmet information, community organizations, resources and much more! At the first floor lobby area, between the library and the information booth.

The Illumination Project

11am-12:40pm, MAHB Auditorium

The Illumination Project celebrates Black History Month by presenting interactive social justice theater, with a goal of creating a campus community that values people of all backgrounds. The plays will focus on racism and the challenges faced by people of color.

Wednesday, Feb. 27

From the Spirituals to Hip-Hop: The Socio-Political Importance of Black Music in American Society

11:30am-12:50pm, MAHB 104

Presented by Hasan Salaam and Walidah Imarisha. An eloquent presentation of the evolution of Black music in America from its earliest beginnings to the present day. The lecture builds on how Black music is/was born as a response and tool in the fight for freedom, justice, and equality. Sponsored by the Cascade Women's Resource Center and Cascade Black Student Union.

Thursday, Feb. 28

The Illumination Project

3pm-4:40pm, Cafeteria

The Illumination Project celebrates Black History Month by presenting interactive social justice theater, with a goal of creating a campus community that values people of all backgrounds. The plays will focus on racism and the challenges faced by people of color.