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Black History Month

2021 Theme: “Voting Rights & Voter Suppression in the Black Community”

Common Read: All members of the HCC community are invited to read the book One Person, No Vote by Carol Anderson as part of a campus community read. Copies of the book are available for free as an ebook through the HCC Library. Gaylord Saulsberry will be leading a community discussion on the history of voting rights and Carol Anderson's book on Tuesday, Feb. 23 from 1 - 2:30 p.m.

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Fundraiser: Support the cause! Every year the Black History Month Committee commits to developing a fundraiser to support the Black Student Alliance (BSA) Award, given to an upstanding member of the BSA each academic year. This year we have created a t-shirt fundraiser with a unique HCC design as a way for our community to join together and support this great cause.

In a collaboration with the HCC Foundation, we have opened a shop on Bonfire where members can purchase a t-shirt, sweatshirt, or hoodie in support of the award. These items are not limited to the HCC community – please share with your friends and family members!

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