Tag: Black History Month


Quartey speaks on Africa, Year of Return in presentation

There are a lot of misconceptions about Africa. Approximately 30 people gathered in an A Building conference room to hear Kojo Quartey, president of MCCC, dispel those misconceptions in a presentation Feb. 12. Quartey opened the event by thanking the crowd for attending and presented some of the misconceptions about […]


Kojo addresses civil rights with community

Amid the events available on campus during the week of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, MCCC President Kojo Quartey gave a speech regarding civil rights and the progress society has made since the civil rights movement. Held on Jan. 21, the speech was originally meant to be performed by Manuel […]


MCCC planning jam-packed Black History Month

Black History Month will not go uncelebrated at MCCC.             Plenty of events are planned for the upcoming weeks, all celebrating African-American history and culture.             Most events take place at 12 p.m. in the A-Building Dining Room unless otherwise noted.             Kicking off […]