African American HERITAGE WEEK

African American Heritage Week 

Don’t miss our COVID-friendly event, as we celebrate African American Culture with an interesting array of presentations. 

Monday 2/22 3:00 p.m.-Do it for the Culture -We will learn about the traditions, historical facts, and contributions of African American Culture that have influenced America today.

Tuesday 2/23 4:00 p.m. Don't Touch My Hair -We will discuss the significance of a black woman’s hair, learn why it is symbolic of the black struggle, and what it means to our black woman today.

Wednesday 2/24 11:00 a.m. - T-shirt giveaway (during FLOW) must sign-up

Thursday 2/25 12:00 p.m. Soul Food 101 -Food is always part of culture. Please join us as we get a quick soul food demonstration from Mr. John Griffin. He will be sharing some of his special recipes.

Saturday 2/27 4:00 p.m. - African American Education Conference- Join us as we celebrate African American history and culture with an evening of relevant discussions, an empowering keynote speaker, and engaging workshops. This year’s theme invites participates to engage in dialogue and activities that honor 400+ years of African American perseverance.

This zoom conference is free to all junior high, high school and college students. Families are encouraged to attend.

Sign up for African American Heritage Week 

African American Education Conference

Posted: February 16, 2021 cvv news

African American Education Conference

Join us as we celebrate African American history and culture with an evening of keynote speakers, workshops, food and a wonderful educational experience. This conference is free to all junior high, high school, and college students. Parents are encouraged to attend.

February 27, 2021 Virtual Zoom Conference Check in: 3:45 p.m. Conference: 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Click here to sign-up for African American Education Conference

Free Admission

Email MJC Campus Life if you have any further questions at: [email protected] 

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The Central Valley Voice is a valley newspaper that gives African-Americans, Hispanics and other minorities an additional viewpoint on issues and events, in addition to presenting a positive image of the community we value. We serve several functions, but reporting the news of minorities (African-Americans and Hispanics) is the general overall function. Some of which include the following: Recognition to Community Workers and Leaders. Serve as a Unifying Force for the African-American and Hispanic Community.