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Black History Month

Biola Celebrates Black History Month

Events and resources

Cost and Admission

This event is free to attend.

As part of our efforts to live out our shared biblical value of unity amidst diversity and to highlight and show appreciation for our brothers and sisters from diverse backgrounds, we will host Cultural Heritage Month celebrations throughout the year.

February 2024 marks an opportunity to celebrate Black History Month and reflect on the contributions, beauty and strength of members in the Black community. Join us in celebrating this month by attending a variety of events and exploring the learning resources on our Student Life Blog.

January 28 

Gospel Fest 

8-10 p.m., Chase Gym 

Join us for a night of gospel worship with special guest Cory Henry

February 14

Chapel with Rasool Berry 

9:30 a.m., Calvary Chapel

Rasool Berry is a teaching pastor at The Bridge Church in Brooklyn, NY and sought-after writer on the intersection of faith and culture

February 20 

Black History Month Event 

7-9 p.m., Tent in Lot F

Hosted by Black Student Association (BSA)

All Month

  • Learn more about the African American experience in the United States by browsing relevant library databases ( and searching the Library's multi-disciplinary collection ( Visit the Library display on the main floor to view a sample of relevant Library resources.

  • Watch for stories about students, faculty and staff on Biola’s Instagram.

  • Listen to Student Enrichment and Intercultural Development (SEID) “Black is BU-tiful” playlist on Spotify.

  • Read about influential figures and explore our list of movies, podcasts, books, articles and museums in this Student Life Blog article.