SLUH Celebrates Black History Month
The SLUH community began Black History Month on February 1 with a series of special prayers and an all-school event focused on cultivating interracial friendship and dialogue.
Following are resources that celebrate the contributions of African Americans while exploring the struggle for racial justice.
- SLUH Values Black Lives: A Voices of SLUH video series from summer 2020 featuring students, alums, parents, and others
- SLUH Library Anti-Racism Resource Guide: A wide-ranging selection of books, podcasts, articles, films, and more, curated by Ms. Madeline Powers
- 200 Years of Courage: SLUH all-school assembly celebrating Black History Month at SLUH in our bicentennial year 2018
- The History of Black Athletes at SLUH: SLUH 2019 all-school assembly celebrating Black History Month
- Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love - A Pastoral Letter against Racism: Approved in 2018 by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
- Race and Ignatian Spirituality Video Series: Featuring Chris Pramuk, associate professor of theology and the University Chair of Ignatian Thought and Imagination at Regis University in Denver