2021 Black Heritage Month Call for Programs

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Black Heritage Month serves as one of the richest traditions at the University of South Florida and we want to be sure to include you in celebration of this tradition. Throughout the month of February, Black Heritage Month promotes great camaraderie among the USF and Tampa Bay community by hosting several events and programs that highlight the importance and significance of Black culture.

The mission of Black Heritage Month is to educate the USF community on the importance of the history and significance of Black culture. Lectures, films, art exhibits and cultural presentations are just a few examples of the types of educational and social programs that will be presented during University of South Florida's Black Heritage Month. Student Organizations or university departments can be a part of this educational experience by submitting a proposal for an event/activity to take place during February. 

The Office of Multicultural Affairs is accepting program submission (virtual and in-person if meeting USF Phase requirements) that demonstrate the greatest potential to encourage, enhance, and enlighten others about the rich heritage and culture of the Black community. 



Primary Contact's First Name:

The primary contact should be the individual who can be contacted the day of the event.
Primary Contact's Last Name:

The primary contact should be the individual who can be contacted the day of the event.
Primary Contact Phone Number:
Primary Contact Email Address:
Student Organization/Department Name:
If applicable, please list any co-sponsors for event:
Event Title:
Event Date:

Enter in event's date or range of dates. Ex: (12/05/20-12/08/20)
Event Start Time:
Event End Time:
Virtual Event Platform:

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, at this time, all events are to be held virtually. We will revisit this policy as USF continues to monitor the situation with the virus and will comply with USF's requirements for events and gatherings. It is also recommended that Microsoft Teams is used in place of Zoom.

Please provide the meeting or platform link to your virtual program:
Reasonable Accommodations Point of Contact:

Each event is required to make reasonable accommodations for attendees if requested. Please provide the name, email, and phone number for the person who can be reached to manage these requests. This information should be included on all of your marketing materials.
Please provide a brief description of your event for Black Heritage Month 2021.

Please limit to 200 characters. Please include all necessary information including time and location, event details, cost (if applicable). Please word your response as you would like it printed in promotional materials.
Learning Outcomes:

If you have identified learning outcomes for your program, please provide them below