Thursday, February 7, 2013

Black History: No Mystery at NU

  • The N Word: There’s No N in Hip HopA Panel Discussion About Use of The N Word in Mass Media, it’s historical impact, and present day meaning Thurs., Feb. 7, 7 pm Gallagher Center multipurpose room
  • Karaoke Night: Classics In Black Music: Participants get to choose from over 1,000 Hits from legendary to current black musicians This event is in collaboration with the Campus Programming Board for Late Night Niagara Fri., Feb. 8, 10pm, Kiernen Center
  • The Historical & Political Implications of Interracial Relationships: Exploring a historical case study that exposes the politics of love Facilitated by Dr. Chris Lee, Weds., Feb. 13, 2:30 pm, Gallagher Center multipurpose room
  • Soul Food Dinner Plus Music & Moments in Black History By Saxophonist Vernon James: Traditional Soul Food favorites along with music and historical moments in Black America, Weds., Feb 20, 4:30 pm, Clet Dining Hall
  • MLK & Malcolm X: Two Sides of a Coin? A comparison and contrast of Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King’s Views on Non Violence. Students will share research and faculty & area historians have been invited Forum Thurs., Feb. 21, 7pm, Gallagher Center multipurpose room
Sponsored by The Office of Multicultural & International Student Affairs - (716) 286-8510 - David Blackburn

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