November marks the commencement of Caribbean Heritage Celebration (CHC). America and the Caribbean nations share a common history of oppression and liberation. As we celebrate Caribbean heritage, it is important to recognize the plethora of contributions they have made to better the American society. They represented this country as athletes, political officials, educators, military servicemen and servicewomen, community leaders, and innovative students. On May 31, 2016, the United States opened up travel to Cuba, aiming to foster a community of inclusion with the people of Cuba, there, and on U.S. soil. For more information, please be aware of upcoming events of celebration and education from our Caribbean Students Union!
Caribbean Heritage Month Keynote Speaker
Tuesday, November 4th, from 7-8 p.m
4th Floor Programming Room
Saturday, Nov 9th, from 7-9 p.m.
Come join CSU in their campus wide celebration of Caribbean Culture! Experience rich food, wonderful performances, and a good time!