Black History Month

Black History Month

Celebrate Black History Month with Xavier. There are a number of resources and events around campus to celebrate
the achievements and history of African Americans.
“We must never forget that Black History is American History. The achievements of African Americans
have contributed to our nation’s greatness.” Yvette Clarke

Upcoming Events

Power Playing with Damon Jones ‘97, Chief Communications Officer at Procter & Gamble - Jones will share an intimate look at his global career, thoughts on Xavier’s future, and finding power in your own voice.

Wednesday, February 24 @ 6:30pm EST
Register for Power Playing
Read a recent interview with Damon Jones

Author Publication Celebration – Gather your children in front of the screen and celebrate children’s book author and XU alum, Jacqueline Hutsell '89 and ’95, and her first book, Asha’s Journey to Her Incredible Self.

Thursday, February 25 @ 7:00pm EST
Register for Publication Celebration
Read a recent interview with Jacqueline Hutsell

Students, Faculty & Staff celebrate on campus

Check out what campus centers and student organizations are doing throughout the month of February:

Ways to follow along this month

Stay up-to-date with current events and information by following us on the Alumni Social Media pages and for additional information follow the Center for Diversity and Inclusion Instagram page.

Student Organizations:

Stained Glass Initiative

Xavier’s Stained Glass Initiative is an ongoing initiative established to further cultural restoration, healing, and repair for descendants of enslaved Africans at Xavier University.

Learn more about the Stained Glass Initiative.