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2012 BHM: Performance Methodology: Endangered Black Girls

Featuring Ruth Nicole Brown, this workshop includes research methods and rigor in conducting critical ethnographies. Targeted towards graduate students and faculty in educational and social science disciplines. Sponsored by the College of Education Qualitative Research Consortium and Black History Month Committee. For more information contact the MU Black Studies Program at www.blackstudies.missouri.edu or 573.882.6229

2012 BHM: Brown Bag Dialogue

Join the Black History Month Committee and Academic Retention Services for a Brown Bag Dialogue – A Woman’s Worth: Conversations in Financial Empowerment. For more information contact the MU Black Studies Program at www.blackstudies.missouri.edu or 573.882.6229

2012 BHM: Family Poetry Night and Think Tank Session

Join ABGPS in this evening of reading and dialogue about the psycho social growth of middle school youth in the Columbia area. For more information contact the MU Black Studies Program at www.blackstudies.missouri.edu or 573.882.6229

2012 BHM: One Read Luncheon

A community reading and discussion of the book Beauty Shop Politics: African American Women’s Activism i the Beauty Industry. For more information contact the MU Black Studies Program at www.blackstudies.missouri.edu or 573.882.6229