Texarkana College Celebrates Black History Month in February
“Honoring the Past, Vocalizing the Future,” is Texarkana College’s mantra for Black History Month 2020. Events are scheduled throughout the month to promote community and student engagement and bring greater awareness to the achievements of African Americans throughout history and those who are shaping the future.
The National month-long observance is celebrated February 1 – February 29, 2020. Texarkana College is proud to sponsor the following events:
On Sunday, Feb. 9, at 4PM at the Truman Arnold Student Center, you're invited to Soul Fest - a Texarkana Regional Chorale Presentation featuring Texarkana Regional Chorale members and students from Texarkana College, Liberty Eylau Varsity Choir, Texas High Tiger Tones, and Veritas Academy Choir.
Thursday, Feb. 20, 12:30PM Texarkana PanHellenic Council Black Fraternities and Sororities Forum (The Divine Nine) will meet in the TC's Levi Hall Conference Room. Learn more about becoming a member of a national Greek organization. Free soul food lunch provided.
Tuesday, Feb. 25, Black History Celebration featuring a Talent Showcase, and Traditional African American Fashion Show. Performances by TC students, faculty, and staff. Fashion Show models from the community modeling traditional African fashions. Don't miss the special food truck on campus that day by Shell Shocked Catering and Events a local vendor. This celebration event will be held in the Truman Arnold Center from 11AM-1PM.