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Black Student Orientation

Friday, 9/9/11 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center

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AAADS Graduation and Award Luncheon

Friday, 4/29/11 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Bridgwaters Lounge, Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center

We will be honoring our Graduate and Undergraduate Students
at this time and, we would like for you and a guest to join us.

RSVP by Monday, April 18th
855-3875 -or- ytjackso@indiana.edu

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Spring Concert Series - IU Soul Revue and African American Choral Ensemble

Soul Revue Spring Concert

Saturday, 4/23/11 8:00pm
Buskirk-Chumley Theater
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African American Choral Ensemble

Saturday, 4/30/11 8:00pm
Ruth N. Halls Theater (1211 E 7th Street )
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Ashley Hunt "Notes on the Emptying of a City"

Monday, 4/18/11 4:30-6:30pm
Black Film Center/Archive - Wells Library 044

A performance by Ashley Hunt. Free admission.

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Carceral Studies Across the Disciplines: Scholarship at the Nexus of Art & Action

Monday, 4/18/11 8:00-3:30pm
College Arts & Humanities Institute (1211 E. Atwater Ave.)

A day-long workshop and afternoon performance dedicated to apping and supporting the emerging field of critical carceral studies. Ten scholars, activists, and artists from across the nation and across the disciplines will talk about anti-prison scholarship.

Participants have chosen fields defined by discipline or topic and assembled annotated bibliographies. Their prepared comments will engage these works, speaking to larger themes and intellectual conversations. Some will comment on the position of Stuart Hall et. al’s Policing the Crisis as a thread running through the conversations across the chosen texts. Some will address the question of disciplines and possibilities for inter- or anti-disciplinarity.

The three blocs of presentations begin with the organizers; invited participants are grouped to disrupt disciplinary formations. Questions and discussion will follow each bloc of presentations.

The conversation after lunch will engage the relationship of scholarship to activism and the hoped-for interventions of academic research.

This event has been organized by AAADS Assistant Professor Micol Seigel.

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African American Dance Company Spring Concert

Saturday, 4/9/11 8:00pm
Buskirk-Chumley Theater

General Admission - Adults ($20), Children & Students ($10)

For Tickets Call: Sunrise Box Office 812-323-3020

FLYER - click here to download a .pdf.

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Black Family Reunion

Saturday, 4/2/11 3:00-7:00pm
Grand Hall, Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center

The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center and the Black Graduate Student Association are proud to announce our 1st Annual Black Family Reunion. Activities will include: Geneology information and lecture, family portrait exhibit, Taste of the African Diaspora, storytelling, drumming lab, music, games, dance workshop, and a fashion show.

This is a free event for EVERYONE, but you must RSVP by Friday, March 25, 2011. Click here for the RSVP Form.

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IUB Diversity Day

Wednesday, 3/23/11 6-8pm
Grand Hall, Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center

Come "Dialogue-In"
Conversation: Diversity, Ethnicity, and Internationalism

Administrators, deans, faculty, students, and staff will participate in lively and robust dialogues, using roundtable discussions as vehicles for addressing some of the crucial questions that confront the campus today in the area of intercuturalism." Click here for the Flyer.

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Film Screening: "Black Is...Black Ain't: A personal Journey Through Black Identity" (1994)

Thursday, 3/10/11 at 5 p.m.
Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center, Bridgwaters Lounge
Special message from the AAADS chair

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Omega Psi Phi 6th Annual Talent Hunt Program

Sunday, 3/6/11 at 2pm
Monroe County Public Library Auditorium

The Brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Nu Alpha Alpha Chapter enthusiastically look forward to you attending our 6th Annual Talent Hunt Program on Sunday, 6 March 2011, 2 p.m., Monroe County Public Library Auditorium. Please share the attached application with interested high school students.

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A Brown Bag Talk by Nzingha Kendall

Wednesday, 2/23/11 at 12:00pm
Memorial Hall Room M39

"Envisioning Black Female Subjectivity: A close reading of Kathleen Collins's LOSING GROUND & Sara Gomez's DE CIERTA MANERA" Nzingha Kendall will provide an illuminating analysis of these important films - don't miss it!

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OLDER EVENTS:

"The Erotics of African-American Endurance" - Sept. 27, 2006

A Positive Place for Kids - October 14, 2009

Understanding How the Construction of Race and Racism Impacts the Black/African Mind - December 2, 2009

"Black Masculinity and Geographies of Incarceration" - Feb. 11, 2008

"Triangulation of the Diaspora: Afro-Caribbean Writers in America" - Feb. 13, 2008

"Lifting the Veil: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Identity and Responsibility in Global Societies" - March 22, 2008

"Lessons Learned from Comparing the Application of Constitutional and Federal Discrimination Laws to Higher Education Opportunities of African-Americans in the U.S. with Dalits in India" - March 19, 2008

"Disappearing Acts: White Criminality in the Age of Jim Crow" - April 9, 2008

"The Black Diaspora and Pan-Africanism: The Search for Binding African/African American Ties; Reparations and the Struggle for Black Freedom Worldwide" - Nov. 4, 2005

"Black Farmers and Civil Rights in the Aftermath of Katrina: An Emmett Till Continuum" - March 7, 2006

"Race, Media, and Representation in Public Spaces: Black Music and Humor" - Oct. 11, 2005

Conversation with Elias Blake Jr.

"The Contested National Narrative: W.E.B. DuBois and Others" - Nov. 15, 2005

"The Influence of America on Guyanese Culture" - March 29, 2006

Graduate Student Appreciation Celebration - April 27, 2006

"Race, Media, Culture, and Health: The Black Community in the Aftermath of Katrina" - Sept. 14, 2005

Appreciation Reception for Professor Audrey T. McCluskey - May 4, 2006

"Of Mind, Body, and Spirit: Mental Health and HIV/AIDS in Black Rural America" - Oct. 27, 2005

Omofolabo Ajayi-Soyinka, Florence Dolphyne, and Audrey Gadzepko - Nov. 11, 2005

"Africans on Display: A First-Person Account of the Zoo Scandal in Augsburg, Germany" - Oct. 13, 2005

"Slavery and African Ethnicities in the Americas: Restoring the Links" - Oct. 18, 2005

Undergraduate Reception - April 18, 2006

"Privilege and Race in the Greek System" - Feb. 27, 2007

"Great Experiences: City of Chicago Mayoral Fellow 2006" - Sept. 20, 2006

Black Knowledge Bowl - Feb. 22, 2007

"A Change Gon Come: The Plantation in Ernest J. Gaines's Bloodline" - Sept. 12, 2007

Graduate Student Spring Appreciation and Award Reception - April 20, 2007

"The American Civil Rights Movement's Effect on Europe" - Sept. 27, 2006

"Empowering People of Color in the Aftermath of Katrina — One Year Later" - Sept. 12, 2006

"Rituals and Spirituality to Bond Our Communities" - Sept. 19, 2006

"The Sociology of Doing Black Music in American Culture: A Talk about Artistry, Education, and Meaning in Making Music" - Feb. 26, 2007

"African American Artists: Exploitation and Protest" - March 21, 2007

"Identity, Memory, and Constructs of 'Home' in Rastafarianism" - March 29, 2007

"Assessing the Symbiotic Relationship Between Ghanaians and African Americans in the Diaspora" - Oct. 10, 2007

Undergraduate Graduation Recognition Luncheon - April 18, 2007

"Black Zombies: Conceptions of Death in Rap" - April 13, 2007

Brown Bag Series 2009-2010

Faculty Book Reception - October 8, 2007

"Black Religions, F.B.I. Surveillance, and the Rise of Black Ethnics in the Early Twentieth Century" - Nov. 14, 2007

"Zero Tolerance Goes South: U.S. Police in Latin America after the Cold War" - Dec. 5, 2007

2010 Herman C. Hudson Symposium