Black History Month: Week 2

Ethnic Greek 101
Come to dispel myths and uphold realities about Wesleyan’s ethnic Greek life at this informational meeting.
Date: Monday, February 5th
Time: 5pm
Location: Butterfield C Lounge

Interracial Dating & Relationships Forum
Come discuss your support, reservations, beliefs, and experiences of this issue. Co-sponsors: Invisible Men, WOC Collective, Spectrum, Office of Behavioral Health
Date: Tuesday, February 6th
Time: 8pm
Location: 200 Church Lounge

National Black AIDS/ HIV Day
Join the ladies of Zeta Phi Beta to acknowledge and understand one of the most pressing issues facing the Black community worldwide, AIDS/HIV. Community discussion followed by commemorative vigil.
Date: Wednesday, February 7th
Time: 6:15 pm
Location: X-house Basement

Skittles Art Exhibit Opening Reception
Please support and attend the opening of the highly anticipated first annual student of color art show, Skittles. Enjoy amazing artwork, light refreshments, speakers, and an artist Q&A. Exhibit will be open from February 8th- March 4th. Co-sponsors: American Studies Department, Art History Department, Center for African American Studies, Studio Art Department
Date: Thursday, February 8th
Time: 7:30-9:30pm
Location: Zilkha South Gallery

Amiri Baraka
This award-winning author of several dozen collections if poetry, fiction, drama, essays, and criticism, weaves a rich tapestry of spoken word and world music with his septet, Blue Ark: The Word Ship, featuring Wesleyan Private Lessons Instructor, Pheeroan Aklaff. Co-sponsored by the Center for the Arts, the Center for African American Studies and Writer’s Bloc.
Date
: Friday, February 9th
Time: 8pm
Location: Crowell Concert Hall