Black History Weekend Celebration

Black History Weekend Celebration
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Black History Weekend Celebration

Black History Weekend Celebration is an annual tradition where Walla Walla University experiences the rich and varied culture of African Americans. The weekend revolves around spoken word, music and a specially-prepared meal in which the WWU family, along with members of the NPUC conference, are invited to reflect and celebrate this special weekend.


Thursday, Jan. 31

Soul Food Fest and Open Mic
6 p.m. | Kellogg Hall


Friday, Feb. 1

BSCF Vespers
8 p.m. | University Church


Sabbath, Feb. 2

Worship services with Pastor Michael Kelly
9:30 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. | University Church

Guest musicians:
- Wayne Bucknor and Andrew Young (Oakwood University)
- Portland Adventist Academy Gospel Choir


International Potluck
1:30 p.m. | University Church Fellowship Hall


"Total Praise"–Festival of Choirs Concert
4 p.m. | University Church

2019 speakers

Pastor Michael Kelly, Mt. Rubidoux Church


Questions?

Dr. Pedrito Maynard-Reid, Assistant to the President for Diversity
pedrito@wallawalla.edu
(509) 527-2028

Last update on January 14, 2019