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Thu, Oct 12

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Gainesville

A Racial Justice Town Hall

Welcoming Black Faculty to Higher Education - Hosted by UF's Samuel Proctor Oral History Program & The Cotton Club Museum. FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

A Racial Justice Town Hall
A Racial Justice Town Hall

Time & Location

Oct 12, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Gainesville, 837 SE 7th Ave, Gainesville, FL 32601, USA

About the event

Welcoming Black Faculty to Higher Education     

Light refreshments will be provided

Speakers

Dr. Sharon Austin, Professor of Political Science, UF

Dr. Raja Rahim, Professor of History, Applachian State

Dr. Yiorgo Topalidis, Adjunct Professor of Sociology and Criminology & Law, UF

Allison Mitchell, PhD candidate in History, UVA

Thank you to our cosponsors: UF's Bob Graham Center for Public Service, UF's Department of Political Science, UF's Department of History, UF's African American Studies Program, the Black Student Engagement Program at UF's Center for Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement

For More Information contact:  SPOPH at: Annahamilton@ufl.edu or Call (352) 392-7168

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  • Gospel Extravaganza,
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  • Opening Reception – Jazz Age, African Americans in the Performing Arts Exhibit,
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  • Reception – Virtual Reality Harlem Renaissance Exhibit,
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  • Jazz Age Coming Alive Movie Night,
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  • Words Matter- Stories Poetically Told, January 26, 2020
     

  • Reception - Roots and Light – Black Artists in Gainesville Exhibit,
    February 22, 2020

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