Black History Month
"Celebrating our strengths and overcoming adversity as a Black Community."
This month, we celebrate Black History Month by reaffirming our commitment to equity, access and inclusivity. This celebration is part of our school community's mission to ensure a sense of inclusion, belonging and dignity for our entire school community. Stevenson's Black Student Union (BSU) proudly brings you a series of celebration events throughout the month of February. Check out the events below!
Thursday, Feb. 2
Viewing of The Banker
3:45 - 5:30 p.m.
Stevenson High School | West Staff Dining Room
The Banker takes place in the 1960's as two entrepreneurs (Anthony Mackie and Samuel L. Jackson) hatch an ingenious business plan to fight for hosing integration and equal access to the American Dream. Nicholas Hoult and Nia Long co-star in this drama inspired by true events.
Snacks will be available!
Thursday, Feb. 9
Cooking in the Food Lab
3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Stevenson High School | Room 1406
Join the BSU to learn to cook a delicious dish from the Black community!
Thursday, Feb. 23
BSU and DivCo present Operation Black History Month
3:45 - 6 p.m.
Stevenson High School | Room 2104
This culminating activity will showcase the talents of Stevenson's black students! The event will include booth exhibits, food, games and prizes, and much more!
For more information on Diversity Council (DivCo), visit their club page.