BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Kellogg Community College’s annual celebration of Black History Month continues this February with a return to in-person events along with initiatives and resources focused on the African American experience.
Black History Month Events & Activities
Calendar coming in 2023!
Black History Month Resources
- View our list of 16 books to read during Black History Month, recommended by KCC English professor Ron Davis
- View our list of 23 movies and TV series to watch during Black History Month, recommended by KCC English professor Ron Davis
- KCC Vice President of Instruction Dr. Paul Watson answers the question: What does Black History Month mean to me? on YouTube
- KCC Vocal Arts Director and Music Coordinator Dr. Gerald Case-Blanchard answers the question: What does Black History Month mean to me? on YouTube
- Here is a special performance by the Brandon Fitzpatrick Trio, created specifically for KCC’s Black History Month celebration in 2021
- Check out last year’s “Unsung Americans Sung: A Celebration of the Black American Musical Tapestry,” a special Black History Month virtual concert series presented on YouTube and featuring performances in three parts
- Check out last year’s virtual museum tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC
For more information about Black History Month events, initiatives and resources at KCC, contact KCC’s Student Life office at 269-565-2634 or [email protected].