The exhibit commemorates the legacy of Black History Month and was created by CSUN students for what they describe as “our beautiful, multi-culturally diverse CSUN community.”
The exhibit highlights those parts of American History that are often overlooked, such as: Activism in Education, Activism in Street/Urban Poetry, teachings of Pan Africanist Intellectuals, the History of the Evolution of Black Hair, Blacks in Film Production, and the many Modern day Musical Geniuses who have shaped the culture, language, and style that exists in America today.
The exhibitors humbly invite you to ride with them on a journey through American History from a Black perspective.
Curated by Catherine Adaku Anyanwu (Chief Curator), Justin Marks, Jodi M. Murray, Terrence Stewart, Joshua Thompson
Parking is $8.00. For more information about parking please see Visitor Information.
To arrange assistance for persons with disabilities, including interpreters for deaf and hard of hearing persons, please call (818) 677-2638 in advance of the event.