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MU Black History Month 2014

Living Civil Rights: Challenges for the 21st Century

The University of Missouri offers programming for everyone through many departments, organizations and individuals as part of this national tribute to the unique African American experience. Some of the many MU activities include lectures, workshops, films, exhibits, and performances. Download a printable calendar here or visit Black Studies Department for more information.

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Life Music Series featuring Anhayla

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Join us for the first Life Music Series (LMS) event of the year on Friday, February 8th, 2013 from 7 – 9 pm in The Shack.  The event will feature special guest singer/songwriter Anhayla plus performances from your fellow Mizzou student artists.

LMS is a music series that features diverse musical artist from a number of musical genre’s including R&B, Neo Soul, Funk, Blues etc.   The event is free and open to the public.  LMS is co-sponsored by the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center, Missouri Student Unions, Legion of Black Collegians and the MU Black History Month Committee.

2013 Black History Month

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The commemoration of African Americans and their historical to present-day involvement and cultural contributions in our society are recognized in the United States annually during the month of February. 2013 marks the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation and the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, DC.

The University of Missouri offers programming for everyone through many departments, organizations and individuals as part of this national tribute to the unique African American experience. Some of the many MU activities include lectures, workshops, films, exhibits, and performances. Download a printable calendar here<image002.png> or view the complete list of Black History Month events here.

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