Is Black History Month still necessary? Relevant, even? This conversation compels a reconsideration of the historical experiences and contemporary legacies associated with being Black in America. Join us online for a lively webinar that will bring a fresh perspective on the value of Black History Month, and why Black History happens 365 days a year!
Presented by Dr. Holly Y. McGee, Associate Professor, Department of Africana Studies at the University of Cincinnati. Currently, Dr. McGee teaches undergraduate courses in black history and film, culture and counterculture, and African American history in early and colonial America. She specializes in U.S. History and African American History, emphasizing black women’s activist and intellectual history, comparative political activism in the United States and South Africa, and popular culture in the twentieth century.