Black History Month & Queering Research Series: Black Voices Panel
A panel of Black identifying professionals in the Bellingham community coming to share their knowledge and power.
This year’s theme of “Back to B.L.A.C.K. A Legacy of Art," honors the creativity and beauty that members of the Black Community have contributed to our world. We explore how we can show up as our authentic selves, embody art, and encourage allies to create spaces where Blackness is not only centered but uplifted. Allies, we invite you into community, to learn what it means to be anti-racist and what your role and responsibility is in creating safer spaces for Black communities to thrive. We hope that you take the time to explore, reflect, understand, and celebrate the Black experience in the array of offerings during this month-long celebration.
AA/EO. Accessibility Statement: This event is intended for all participants, including those with visible or non-apparent disabilities. For disability accommodation(s) (such as ASL interpretation, etc.) please contact the ADEI Unit, firstname.lastname@example.org. Advance notice is appreciated and sometimes necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs.
Image description: Decorative cursive white script on a solid black background that reads: "Back To BLACK, A Legacy of Art." The word Black is fully capitalized and comprised of blue, black, red, and yellow interlocking geometric shapes. There is a stylized gold crown above the 'a' in BLACK.