Black History Month programs at Southern Utah University will continue today when Leonor Boulin Johnson, associate professor of sociology at Arizona State University, discusses "Images of Black Families: Transposing, Importing and Deporting Values."

Johnson earned her master's and doctoral degrees from Purdue University and has been actively involved in a number of social issues ranging from stress among police officers to families. She is an associate editor of the "Journal of Family Relations" and is a consultant for a television documentary on black migration and black families being produced for PBS.In 1982, Johnson was named one of the "Outstanding Young Women of America" and in 1985-86 was a Ford Foundation Senior Postdoctoral Fellow.

The lecture will be in Thorley Recital Hall at 10 a.m. with a no-host luncheon with Johnson at noon in the Zion Conference Room of the Student Center.