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What is your Love Language? 

Both RA Pavithra and Favour of Benedict will be hosting a love language event in Benedict Main Lounge. Through this event, residents will become aware of their love language and use these different love languages. Knowing your love languages will allow you to use them in healthy relationships such as friendships, intimate relationships, and more. We will promote a positive aspect to relations ships and develop a better foundation in relationships overall.

2.4.21- 6:30 PM Black History Month Film Series 

Every week during the month of February the Tabler RAs will be showing a movie relating to Black History Month in each of the Tabler Buildings’ classroom lounges. Each presentation will be followed by an optional post-discussion in regards to the themes and issues prevalent in the film. Limited capacity available on a first come first serve basis. Masks required. There is also a remote Zoom option.

2.5.21,  2.12.21,  2.19.21,  2.26.21- https://stonybrook.zoom.us/j/7039930571

 

Black History Month Wednesday Movie Night In H Quad

Every Wednesday of Black History Month, me and RA Candace and RA Favour from Benedict will be hosting different movies surrounding the arc and pillars of black history. These movies and shows will encompass topics of animated black history and representation (Disney Soul), love (If Beale Street Could Talk), thriller representation through (Love Craft Country), and a black female director as our final movie (One Night in Miami). These varieties of movies bring light to the representation of black history in cinema through diverse genres.

6:30pm Benedict Lounge

 

Are We Allies?

A discussion between Asian and Black communities on campus aimed at identifying and breaking down stereotypes between the two groups.

2.26.21 -7:30 PM - https://stonybrook.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYsd--tqjsoH9YzoDl2m3e2V67Rk3U-ql-K

Black History Month Museum 

This event will depict black history in significant representation, topics, talks, games, and more. The museum will be teaching and talking about black history. Still, it will be promoting black businesses on campus, organizations, movements, and ways for us as a Stony Brook community to become more involved in the engagement and empowerment of black history. The museum will be in Benedict Main Lounge.

2.27.21 - 7 PM