'The Beloved Community': ESU celebrates Black History Month
Free activities open to the public planned through February


Phillip Roundtree, a social worker, will showcase how stigmatizing it can be to be an African American male with a mental illness. He will speak at ESU on Feb. 21.

EAST STROUDSBURG — East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania is celebrating Black History Month with a series of events throughout February.
This year’s theme, “The Beloved Community,” carries over from the 21st annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Breakfast held at ESU in January. The idea of “The Beloved Community” was adopted by Dr. King as a vehicle for promoting his culturally transformative vision of unity, equality, justice and love. ESU’s historical legacy, culture, and increasing diversity has guided the theme into the events taking place this month.
For more information contact Ly’Esha Fleming at lfleming@esu.edu.