Lake County Campus of Woodland Community College Announces “What Black History Means to Me” Celebration: 2.23.23

Lake County Campus of Woodland Community College (LCC) invites you to join us in our celebration in honor of Black History Month, entitled “What Black History Means to Me.” The event will be held Thursday, February 23, 2023, from noon-1:30 pm, in rooms 209-211.

Author, motivational speaker, and substance abuse counselor Randall Cole will host and moderate the celebration. Jazz music will be provided by Lake County’s own Victor Hall. Aqeela Markowski, host of KPFZ’s “Women’s Voices” and District 2, Lake County Board Supervisor, Bruno Sabatier are featured speakers for the event. A panel of students will also share their thoughts on what Black History means to them. Lunch will be available for purchase at Aromas Café, 11:30-1:00.
Please join us in celebrating Black History Month. For more information contact Mary Wilson at 707-995-7913 or

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