Celebrating Black History Month

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Concord Law School EJD student, Joshua Henze, shares about his mother-in-law, Dr. Edith Mitchell, as an inspiring African American in celebration of Black History Month.

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Chloe Robinson, Assistant Academic Department Chair, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences said, "I'd like to share a TED Talk featuring my brilliant cousin, Allyson Hobbs. She is a history professor at Stanford University. As a black woman professor, her work and her strive for excellence really motivates me."

Learn more about Ida B. Wells, Civil Rights Activist, Investigative Journalist, and Unsung Heroine of the Suffrage Movement presented by Jane McElligot, JD, Faculty, Legal Studies, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Purdue Global Faculty and Staff are invited to visit the Diversity and Inclusivity Site

for more information and events in celebration of Black History Month.