2021 MLK Vision Day and Black History Month Events
Theme: “A Time to Break Silence”
Black History Month Events
Wednesday, February 17
Join us for our Third Annual African American Read-In! Read-Ins are a great way of sharing literature with one another. In addition to sharing literature, participants might also choose to sing, play an instrument, or display original artwork. The works will be shared, within 3-5 minute’s time, by attendees, for attendees. ALL campus community members are invited! You can learn more about the National African American Read-In here.
Thursday, February 18
Friday, February 26
MLK Vision Day and Black History Month Events are sponsored by Nicor and BMO Harris Bank, the City of Naperville’s Special Events & Cultural Amenities Fund, and a grant from the Illinois Department of Human Services in partnership with The Chicago Community Trust.
MLK Vision Day 2021 Virtual Luncheon Live Stream
A Time for Change – Courageous Transformation
Speaker: Kijuana Johnson '94 Boulrece, therapist and community educational advocate
The luncheon is sponsored by BMO Harris Bank, Nicor Corporation, and the City of Naperville’s Special Events & Cultural Amenities Fund.