The celebration — moved indoors at the last minute because of inclement weather — culminates a month of events.
Black History Month
“We can be the country of our greatest ideals, but we have to tell the truth first,” Nikole Hannah-Jones says at debut of Charlotta Bass Media Trailblazer Speaker Series.
The USC Thornton School of Music shares music performed, written and/or produced by some of the school’s Black faculty and alumni.
Art students Jayna Dias and Angel Itua present a lifetime of experiences as Black women and Black artists living within the Black diaspora in the exhibition The Black Experience.
Hybrid event at Tommy’s Place draws more than 200 people to watch livestreamed program and dine on Ethiopian food.
This year’s theme is “Reclamation Through Resistance, Rebirth Through Reconciliation.”
Now a player for the Arizona Cardinals, the USC Annenberg alum is leaving his mark in fields such as real estate to philanthropy.
The USC School of Dramatic Arts project incorporates uplifting words of Black artists and activists throughout history. Watch the videos.
USC research underscores the fact that prejudice in America’s communities, politics and economic systems is a serious detriment to Black Americans’ health.
The Films Reflecting Ourselves: FRO Fest, showcasing the work of Black creatives, makes a triumphant comeback.