Celebrating Black History Month 2022


Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to infuse them with deeper meaning” — Maya Angelou, 1969.

“We live in a world where Black voices are stereotyped and sensationalized as aggressive, insignificant, unintelligent, invisible, and more. The perspective of both past and present day is that Black voices should be silenced, and that the history of Black Americans should be erased. The importance of raising and amplifying Black voices in America not just today, but every day will increase conversations and promote change for a diverse & inclusive society.”

—Kristina Ebanks, Assistant Director, Student Services