The 5th Annual Black Cultural Dinner featuring Rev. Wanda Johnson

The Black Student Union’s theme for commemorating this year’s Black History Month is about making conversation about racial profiling. (Photo Courtesy of Courtesy of The BLACK STUDENT UNION)

The Black Student Union’s theme for commemorating this year’s Black History Month is about making conversation about racial profiling. (Photo Courtesy of Courtesy of The BLACK STUDENT UNION)

From the unjust deaths of Oscar Grant III in 2009 to Trayvon Martin in 2012, the reality of racial profiling still lives on today. To open up the conversation about racial profiling, the Black Student Union will be hosting Rev. Wanda Johnson, Grant’s mother, at the 5th Annual Black Cultural Dinner tonight, Feb. 20, in McLaren Hall from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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