Celebrate Black History Month Virtually with Rio Salado College


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Monday, February 8, 2021
Collage of Black American icons. Text: Rio Salado College Black History Month virtual events.
Photo of Tia McNair

Celebrate Black History Month Virtually with Rio Salado College

Rio Salado College invites you to take part in two engaging virtual events in celebration of Black History Month. Save the date for these events:

Flavors of Soul -  A Culinary Celebration - Tue., Feb 23, 12-12:30 p.m.
Join our Café at Rio team for a live cooking demo of a soul food favorite, Jollof Rice and Vegan Lentil Jambalaya! 

Living in Legacy— Hope is on the Horizon - Wed., Feb 24, 12-1 p.m.
Take part in an engaging discussion celebrating the legacy and significance of the African American experience with diversity and equity author, lecturer and Association of American Colleges & Universities Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Student Success Dr. Tia McNair

Registration is required for each event. You will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting that will be unique to you.

We also encourage you to take time to learn more about the rich history, culture and legacy of Black Americans by exploring our Black History Library Guide and watching our third annual MLK Celebration on YouTube.

For event details or special accommodations, please contact Kevyn Miller at kevyn.miller@riosalado.edu or (480) 517-8076.


These events are presented by Rio Salado’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Committee to help foster a culture that values and honors everyone's unique qualities with respect and dignity.