Black History Month 2021 Events

In celebration of Black History Month, numerous events are planned at Stetson and throughout DeLand, including:

  • 2nd Annual Black History Month Celebration: 1619 Fest Orlando in Historic Hannibal Square
    • Feb. 13-14
    • The celebration of 1619 is meant to remind everyone that “African descent people are here, and we account for ourselves!”
    • There will be a movie marathon and panel discussion.
  • Caribbean Student Association Valentine’s Day “Roses + Chocolate” Fundraiser
    • Taking orders Feb. 1-10, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., with distribution Feb. 12
    • Follow @stetson_csa on Instagram for more information.
  • Black Student Association Game Night
  • Black Student Association Movie Night with Hillel: Little White Lie
    • Feb. 12
    • Follow @stetsonuniversityhillel and @bsastetson1 on Instagram for more information.
  • Black Student Association Trap Karaoke
    • Feb. 19
    • Follow @stetsonuniversityhillel and @bsastetson1 on Instagram for more information.
  • Breaking Bad Poetry’s 2021 Women of the World Poetry Slam Festival
    • Feb. 20, 1-5 p.m.
    • Thin Man Watts Ampitheater,  322 S. Clara Ave., DeLand
    • Event sponsored by the African American Museum of the Arts DeLand, MainStreet Art & Culture Slam of DeLand and the Creative Happiness Institute
    • Winners of the poetry slam will be sent to compete in the competition in Dallas.
  • Black Student Association Hip Hop Style Zumba in the Hollis Center
    • Feb. 24, 5-6:30 p.m.
    • Follow @stetsonuniversityhillel and @bsastetson1 on Instagram for more information.
  • Black Student Association Black History Month the Harlem Renaissance on the Green
    • Feb. 26, 7-10 p.m.
    • Follow @stetsonuniversityhillel and @bsastetson1 on Instagram for more information
  • Black Girls Run Virtual Run and Bike Ride
    • March 20-21
    • Black Girls Run is a movement and foundation with the purpose of bringing black women together in health and wellness.

More information: Amanda Castoire, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, 386-822-7401, [email protected]