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Iconic movies that commemorate Black History Month

Iconic movies that commemorate Black History Month

JADA HIGH February 16, 2023 Black History Month was created to represent and celebrate the contributions of African Americans to the United States and the rest of the world. In today’s society, we...

The Black Student Association commemorates Black culture, stories and history.

Black History Month: Celebration highlights Black Americans, honors culture

AIKA HASETSU February 24, 2022 The Black History Month Celebration was held at Nebraskan Student Union Ponderosa Room from 6-10 p.m. Feb. 15. The celebration was hosted by the Black Student Association and...

LGBTQ pride flags

Think Tank discussion introduces new inclusion initiatives

MALLORY BRUNING February 10, 2022 UNK staff and students discussed initiatives to increase diversity on campus at the Transformation Think Tank on Tuesday. The event took place in Copeland Hall and over ...

Photo by Wikimedia The Malcolm X House Site is located in Omaha.

Black History Month Spotlight – Malcolm X: Nebraska’s civil rights leader

LAUREN MAY February 10, 2021
The Civil Rights Movement of the 1960’s is rooted in the American South, however one of its most influential leaders – Malcolm X – began his life in North Omaha.
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