Educational Events Planned on Mason Campus for Black History Month

Black History Month is well underway at George Mason University and has thus far featured educational lectures and thought-provoking group discussions.

The 230-plus seats inside the Johnson Center Cinema were all taken for Thursday’s film screening of the movie, “Dear White People,” and the subsequent discussion led by George Mason communication professor Mark Hopson and George Washington University professor Gayle Ward.

Film and Media Studies and Student Involvement organized the screening.

The event was so successful that an encore showing and discussion were held Friday at 3 p.m.

If you missed it, more movie screenings are on tap for Black History Month.

A screening of  “Hidden Colors 2” will be shown at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 9, in SUB I, Room 3B, sponsored by the Sigma Gamma Rho and Chi Upsilon Sigma sororities.

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