Kish College announces Black History Month events

Kishwaukee College will celebrate Black History Month throughout February by hosting several events and discussions for students and the public. Black History Month is observed annually to recognize and honor the accomplishments that Black people have made in the United States and across the world. The events hosted by Kish are free and may be in-person or virtual.

Wednesday, Feb. 1 — Black Jeopardy Game — 12 pm-1 pm in the Student Lounge

Wednesday, Feb. 1 — Brown Bag Series: Origins of Resistance — 1-2 pm in C1121 or via Zoom

Wednesday, Feb. 8 — Brown Bag Series: Religion and Resistance — 1-2 pm in C1121 or via Zoom

Wednesday, Feb. 15 — Brown Bag Series: The Black Arts Movement — 12-1 pm in C1121 or via Zoom

Wednesday, Feb. 15 — Paint and Create — 1-3 pm C1133

Wednesday, Feb. 22 — Brown Bag Series: Contemporary Resistance-Black Lives Matter and Critical Race Theory — 12-1 pm in C1121 or via Zoom

Tuesday, Feb. 28 — Black Card Revoked Game — 12 pm-1 pm in C1131

Kishwaukee College is honored to celebrate Black History Month and aligns its programming based on the themes developed by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History. This year’s theme is Black resistance. The College is committed to a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging, focused on respect and fairness, in all aspects of the College experience.

To learn more or find virtual access to the events, visit