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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Observe a special display of books from the BHCC collection that illuminates the history and contribution of Massachusetts Abolitionists. Curated by College Librarian Svetlana Ordian. For more opportunities to learn about Boston-area African American History, see the newly expanded LibGuide: Educational Resources for Teaching and Learning, compiled by BCC Librarian Wesley Fiorentino available at https://libguides.bhcc.mass.edu/black_history
Second Floor Corridor, E-Building and Library and Learning Commons E300, Charlestown Campus Library and Learning Commons
Be inspired by a timely exhibit of published resources about African American artists and art makers, and discover how their art, writing and music helped to shape our diverse culture. Curated by College Librarian Svetlana Ordian.
Second Floor Corridor, E-Building and Library and Learning Commons E300, Charlestown Campus Library and Learning Commons
See these deeply human and richly textured paintings by local artist, activist and poet Janet Cormier that celebrate both personal identity and shared cultural experience. Monday–Thursday: 8 a.m.–10 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m.–8 p.m. Saturday, Sunday: 8 a.m.–4 p.m
Library and Learning Commons | Charlestown Campus Art Gallery
Mary L. Fifield Art Gallery Art Gallery

Transfer: Planning & Applying

10 - 11 a.m. E235 (E225) Transfer Services

Exploring Majors & Career Pathways

11 a.m. - 12 p.m. E235 (225) Career Services

Networking

12 - 1 p.m. E235 (225) Career Services

Room to Grow

Help prepare in-kind donations for babies and families in Greater Boston.
This workshop is designed for students with 31 – 60+ earned credits. The focus is advising for degree or certificate completion, planning for the transition out of BHCC, and other important things students in their final semesters at BHCC need to know.
1-2 p.m. E235 LifeMap
Explore Folkloric Haitian Dance with Choreographer Jean Appolon and Company. Learn about how the traditional dance movements and rhythms of Haiti impact contemporary artistic expression. Featuring an ensemble of dancers accompanied by live drummers. Audience participation is encouraged. With remarks by Associate Professor LaTasha Sarpy.
1 p.m. Gymnasium, G-Building Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Experience history with a live character portrayal and video presentation by Emmy Award winning Ron Jones that depicts how Dr. King's “Poor People's Campaign” was turning point in the fight against poverty, and how it forever changed the way we look a race and social issues. With remarks by Associate Dean Sharon Caulfield.
1 p.m. Chelsea Senior Center, 10 Riley Way, Downtown Chelsea Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Get acquainted with the College's latest resource Kanopy for streaming videos and films. Interactive demonstrations Thursdays through February.
E-Lobby, Second Floor, Charlestown Campus Library and Learning Commons
Artist Reception
1 p.m. A300 Lobby Art Gallery