Black History Month
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Black History Month

 
The theme of Black History Month 2019 is "Black Migrations".  All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. 

 

Monday, February 4

Film - The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (2011)  with Dr. Latif Tarik
3:00 pm  |  Location: G. R. Little Theater
ECSU Students Only


Friday, February 8

Prof. Jeff Whelan, “The Interplay of Fine Art and Graphic Design During the Harlem Renaissance”

12:00pm  |  M. L. Burnim Fine Arts Center, Rm. 239

 

Monday, February 11

Film - Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai (2008) with Dr. Latif Tarik
3:00pm  |  Location: G. R. Little Theater
ECSU Students Only


Tuesday, February 12

Nathan Frederickson as Frederick Douglass Live

3:30pm  |  Ridley Student Center, Rm. 206

 

Wednesday, February 13

African American Studies and African American Poetry: A Database Spotlight
3:00pm  |  G. R. Little Library

Thursday, February 14

African American Studies and African American Poetry: A Database Spotlight
4:00pm  |  G. R. Little Library

 

Friday, February 15

Dr. Chris Palestrant, “The Blues Had a Baby,”
12:00pm  |  M. L. Burnim Fine Arts Center, Rm. 239

 

Friday, February 15

Harlem Renaissance Exhibit Opening and Reception: “An Evening at the Dark Tower”
6:00 - 9:00pm  |  Museum of the Albemarle

A Friends of the Museum of the Albemarle members-only event. To become a member and RSVP contact: 252-335-1453
Sponsored in part by Billie Reid State Farm Insurance

 

Saturday, February 16

Public opening of Harlem Renaissance Exhibit feat. HBCU Trivia
11:00am - 4:00pm  |  Museum of the Albemarle

Featuring ECSU archival materials and HBCU Trivia Game. ECSU students are invited to form teams of 3 or 4 to play.

 

Monday, February 18

Film - The Black Candle: A Kwanzaa Celebration (2008) with Dr. Latif Tarik
3:00pm  |  Location: G. R. Little Theater
ECSU Students Only

 

Thursday, February 21

Atumpan Edu-tianment, "The Griot Speaks"
3:30pm  |  Ridley Student Center, Stage Area

 

Friday, February 22

Prof. Douglass Jackson, “Music of the Civil Rights Period”
12:00pm  |  M. L. Burnim Fine Arts Center, Rm. 239

 

Monday, February 25

Film - Fela Kuti: Music is the Weapon (1982) with Dr. Latif Tarik
3:00pm  G. R. Little Theater
ECSU Students Only

 

Tuesday, February 26

A Conversation with the Long Sisters
11:00am  |   Gilchrist Complex, Rm. 303
Moderated by Dr. Glen Bowman

 

Thursday, February 28

University Honors Program presents Core Ensemble, "Ain't I a Woman!"
6:00pm  |  M. L. Burnim Fine Arts Center, Floyd L. Robinson Auditorium

 


 

Sponsored by the Divisions of Student Affairs and Academic Affairs.

Questions? Email: cvreed@ecsu.edu or mnstuckey@ecsu.edu