The Fort Lauderdale campus celebrated Black History Month with a program where students, faculty, and staff were present. Director of Student Services Violet Nikolici Lowrey opened the event with an introduction of black history month followed by Dean Nneka Forsman and Dana DellaCamera beautifully singing Amazing Grace. Richard Thomas, a Health Services Administration student read a poem called America’s Greatest Farmer about George Washington Carver. Dr. Harry Pierre gave a talk about the Haitian art that he brought to display in the lobby for all to enjoy. Dr. Agaptus Chikwe dressed in traditional African attire and spoke about his African roots. The program concluded with black history month trivia. Additionally, the library had provided a bountiful display all month long.