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Black History & Culture Month: Celebrations & Collections

To Honor the Past; To Celebrate the Present: and Inspire the Future!


BHM 2023, Black History Month

The National Museum of African American History and Culture Theme:

BLACK RESISTANCE: Journey to Equality

"The world's largest African American museum, to humanize history and objects through the lives, tragedies and triumphs of everyday people—while paying tribute to Black pioneers' trailblazing contributions."

Campus Events

from Seattle Central Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Community

Black History Month Event

Wednesday, February 22nd, 10am - 12pm

Pancakes and Podcast, facilitated by EDIC Pancakes and Podcasts: Reclaiming Aunt Jemima! |  BE1110

Join the EDIC team  
for a facilitated conversation about being canceled, Black history, and symbolism, all while eating delicious pancakes!

We will listen to the podcast Still Processing and have intentional moments of dialogue and discussion prompted by the podcast episode.

For event inquiries, please contact EDIC via email

Black History Art Show  Black History Art Show image

Exhibit runs from
Feb 1st -  Mar 1st
M. Rosetta Hunter Art Gallery

Seatle Central College

Celebrations of Black Joy


Disability Justice must be rooted in the dismantling of white supremacy, anti-blackness, and colonialism. Any less cannot be considered true justice.

- (a site of political engagement for disability arts and culture)

Disability Justice quote


The AfroFuturist Project: Interviews of artistis, futurists, technologists, scientists, media professionals, and anyone in between creating the world of tomorrow today.


Hip Hop & Science Fiction: Gabriel Teodros at TEDxRainier"If we don't write ourselves into the future, we get written out of tomorrow as well." This talk was given at TEDxRainier in Seattle on November 10, 2012.

Afrofuturism in popular culture: Wanuri Kahiu at TEDxNairobi: Wanuri Kahiu is a Kenyan film director, producer, and author. She has received several awards and nominations for the films which she directed, including the awards for Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Picture at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2009 for her dramatic feature film From a Whisper.