The A.C. Clark Library and BSU’s Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will co-host a Black History Month book corner every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the month of February.
The book corner, located on the main floor of the A.C. Clark Library, is free and open to the public and will feature librarian-recommended book selections of various themes from iconic African American authors along with a communal reflection board.
See the photo gallery.
Just a reminder of this free event, sponsored in part by the A. C. Clark Library:
Panel Discussion on Native Health Issues – Thursday February 7th 4-5pm in the American Indian Resource Center.
Discussion will be moderated by Raven Peltier – Native nursing program student.
Dr. John Gonzalez, BSU Professor of Psychology; Dr. Misty Wilkie, BSU Assoc. Professor and Niganawenimaanaanig Program Director; Dr. Cornelia Santos, BSU Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies; Joe Beaudreau, Indian Health Advocate- Sanford Health, Bemidji, and Cindy Wilson, Native nursing program student, will be our panelists.
Light refreshments served.
More about the Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness exhibit, on display in the Library from January 9 through February 14:
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