Black History Vigil, Feb. 16

CU’s Divas with a Purpose, a female organization that aims to inform students on campus of health awareness, social interaction, and academic excellence, is hosting a Black History Vigil to celebrate Black History Month. The purpose of the Black History Vigil is to remember the prominent events and African Americans throughout history that have greatly impacted the world.

This year’s vigil is being held tomorrow night, Dec. 16, at 6:00 P.M. in Baird Chapel. The guest speaker is Kalonji McClellan, a member of the NAACP in Nashville. Please attend if you can.

(Modified from Nicole Gardner’s e-mail announcement)

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