Black History Month is a celebration and acknowledgement of achievements by African Americans throughout our history.
The Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and the Office of Inclusion and Cultural Enhancement honors outstanding figures in our field, African American traditions, history and culture with joy and pride.
Because in-person gatherings and events are limited, we have compiled these resources for you to commemorate one of the richest cultures we share.
From its founding in 1846, the University at Buffalo never had a policy of exclusion on the basis of race, gender or religion. UB educated African-American doctors in an era when few such people were educated in predominately white institutions.