Texas Wesleyan Launches Black History Month
As Texas Wesleyan embraces the significance of Black History Month, Student Diversity and Inclusion Programs is set to host a dynamic kick-off on Feb. 1. The Black History Month Kick-off, taking place from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at the Andrews Ballrooms, promises an engaging fusion of entertainment, cultural celebration, and community unity. The event will feature: Live Jazz Ensemble: The TXWES Jazz Combo will play a set highlighting the diversity of Black musical traditions. Vocal Tribute to Resilience: Talented student soloist, Darrion Chilton, takes center stage to sing the Black National Anthem, honoring the strength and resilience of the Black community. Spoken Word Artistry: Experience the power of words through an original poem, as a student artist, London Shannon shares her perspective on the complexities and triumphs of the Black journey. Attendees will also be able to enjoy free soul food, swag, and a round of Black History Trivia complete with prizes. This event kicks off a month of empowering programs hosted by the Black Student Association that are aimed at educating and inspiring Texas Wesleyan's community about the rich history and contributions of the Black community.