Black History Month
The annual celebration of the achievements of Africans/African Americans and the recognition of their central role in American history marked by celebratory events and collaborative programming, designed to educate and create awareness.
Please see below for the 2021 Black History Month Calendar. For more information and details on events and activities, please visit LEO.
Annual graduation celebration that commemorates the personal and academic accomplishments of Black seniors. Learn more about LMU's Kente Graduation.
The Praxis Academy is a program designer to empower, enrich, engage and retain first and second-year African American male students at LMU through personal development, identity development, career development and storytelling. Learn more about the Praxis Academy.
Also known as the Black Freshman Welcome, this event marks the Black Community’s first event of the school year and an opportunity for Black faculty, staff and students to embrace the newest class of future leaders.
Black Family Dialogue
A monthly gathering of the Black Community during which pertinent societal issues are analyzed and critiqued via panels and small group discussions.
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Interfaith Celebration
An annual celebration of the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Click the image below to access the 2021 celebration video: