Black History Month at LMU

February 1-28, 2021

This February, join us in honoring Black History Month. Together, we will reflect on the past, connect as a community, and celebrate and promote Black excellence, on and off the bluff. 

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Truth and Reconciliation: The Sin of Jesuit Slaveholding

Thursday, February 4, 4-5:30 p.m. PST
Part of the LMU Anti-Racism Project Virtual Forum Series


  • Tim Kesicki, S.J., President of the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States
  • Cheryllyn Branche, President of the GU272 Descendants Association 
  • Danielle Harrison, Co-Director of the Slavery, History, Memory and Reconciliation Project


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Buy Black Marketplace

To support Black small businesses, LMU's Office of Black Student Services and The Learning Community launched the Buy Black Virtual Marketplace, a directory of Black-owned businesses, many owned by LMU students and alumni. 

Buy Black Marketplace Directory
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Celebrate Black History with LMU Athletics

Throughout February, we will celebrate and honor our Black student-athletes past and present and their contributions on and off the field. Follow along on @lmulions as together we will understand our past so we can shape our future.

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