Thanks to the efforts of Dr. Angelica Allen, Director of Wilkinson College’s Africana Studies minor, this month’s Sisters Circle commemorated Black History Month by centering on the perspectives and contributions made by Black women toward feminist movements. She partnered with Misty Levingston, Chapman’s Director of Black Excellence and Achievement in the Office of Diversity, Equity,
This month students and faculty gain access to The ProQuest Historical Newspapers-Black Newspapers Database which houses nationally distributed, regionally diverse, historical black newspapers and provides students and faculty with perspectives and information on 19th and 20th-century Black life not found in mainstream newspapers. This resource will spur innovative scholarship and creative activities across the curriculum.
In honor of Black History Month, we are spotlighting two artists whose work the Escalette Collection of Art acquired last year to feature in the Dean’s Suite. Both of these works stood out to us because of the meaningful way they memorialize Black lives and history. Patrick Martinez Since 2015, Patrick Martinez has been re-envisioning