This month we’re taking it back to the inaugural year of the 19 stories. This 19 story was released to the Kalamazoo College community on June 19th, 2021.
This Month in Black History, May 2023 Asian & African American Solidarity authored by Dr. Fari Nzinga (editorial support from Dr. Regina Stevens-Truss) in 2022 Before I re-share this story, I would like to invite everyone to celebrate joy during Black Joy Week, May 30 – June 02, 2023. We are planning several events throughout the week […]
Join us for the final ARRK discussion of the academic year!
This month in Black history, learn about Domingos Álvares, an 18th century African healer of the early modern Atlantic World.
Join us on Tuesday, April 18th in the ARRK Meeting Space to discuss Chapter Six: The Brick Wall of Reckoning: Kalamazoo College Uncovers Its Racial and Colonial Past.
This month learn about the history of the 19: This month in Black History series and Dr. Stevens-Truss’ book suggestion, “A Black Women’s History of the United States.”
Join us on Tuesday, March 21st in the ARRK Meeting Space to discuss Chapter Five: There is No Innocence of Reckoning: Kalamazoo College Uncovers Its Racial and Colonial Past.
Learn about extraordinary performers of the late late 1800s and early 1900s, George Walker and Bert Williams in this month’s 19 story.
Join us on Tuesday, February 21st in the ARRK Meeting Space to discuss Chapter Four: Behind the Mask of Reckoning: Kalamazoo College Uncovers Its Racial and Colonial Past.
Happy MLK Day! Every January since 1986 we celebrate the legacy and death of this iconic figure in US History. We feel like we know EVERYTHING about this person. In fact, it was difficult for me to write 1000 words that could truly honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As I researched and thought about this story, you can imagine that I found tons of information…