“Africa to America,” a musical tribute in honor of Black History Month, will be performed by students from the Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School; the Community School of the Arts; the Community Unity Music Education Project; the multicultural chorus Voices and Ghanaian xylophonist Bernard Woma.
For a Q&A with coordinator Baruch Whitehead, see page 14
“Taste of Soul”
4 to 8 p.m. Feb. 27 in the Terrace Dining Hall
A dinner sponsored by the African Latino Society. Everyone is invited to eat soul food from the main line in the Terrace Dining Hall.
“Many Billions Gone”
7 p.m. Feb.27 in Emerson Suites
The Office of Multicultural Affairs guest speaker Robert Westley, professor of law at Tulane University Law School and author of “Many Billions Gone: Is It Time to Reconsider the Case for Black Reparations?,” will speak about the relationship between reparations, Hurricane Katrina and the Critical Race Theory.
Feb. 28, Time and Location TBA
Presentation by sports columnist and ESPN analyst Stephen A. Smith and Leonard Moore, director of the African American Studies Program at Louisiana State University