February 18, 2020
Black History Month Celebration
Explore the rich black history of Winston-Salem at this informative event in the Atrium of Wake Forest Biotech Place.
11:30 am – 12:15 pm: Local history and cultural fair
12:15 – 12:45 pm: Film screening of “I Am Not My Brother’s Keeper”
12:45 – 1 pm: Q&A session with panelists
Barbara Morris: Local historian
James Webster: Son-in-law of Carl Matthews—leader of the first Winston-Salem sit-in at S.H. Kress & Co. downtown in 1960.
Discover organizations in the region that preserve and celebrate our local history and culture—and learn how you can partner in their mission.
Featured organizations include:
Winston-Salem Black Chamber of Commerce
Triad Cultural Arts
International Civil Rights Center & Museum
Winston-Salem African American Archive
Old Salem Museums & Gardens
Annual Pre-Health Student Conference
The Student National Medical Association (SNMA) of Wake Forest School of Medicine, along with the Office of Student Inclusion and Diversity, are hosting the 12th Annual Pre-Health Student Conference on February 29th to expose pre-health college students to careers in the health field. Attendees will have the opportunity to network, interact with, and learn from current professionals in various healthcare fields and learn about the journey in the Doctor of Medicine (MD), Physician Assistant Program (PA), Academic Nursing (CRNA/DNP), and …
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