Inside Iowa State
Jan. 23, 1998
Black History observance opens in February
by Tracy Griffin, News Service intern
Organizers are extending ISU's "Black History Month" observance into a semester-long event.
The observance opens at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3, in the Carver Hall lobby with a celebration of the issuance of a George Washington Carver stamp by the U.S. Postal Service.
The artist Ladjamaya will perform a collage of poetry, prose, drama and song at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 11, in the Memorial Union Great Hall.
Valerie Grim and Dorothy Schwieder, ISU history professors, and Mary Kay Blakley, University of Missouri journalism professor, will hold a panel discussion on "150 Years After Seneca Falls: Bridging Race, Class and Gender" at noon Wednesday, March 4, in the Memorial Union Gallery.
Adrien Wing, a law professor at the University of Iowa and author of Critical Race Feminism, will speak at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, in the Memorial Union South Ballroom. Her speech is titled "Critical Race Feminism: An International Perspective."
Patricia Hill-Collins, author of Black Feminist Thought, will speak at 8 p.m. Monday, March 30, in the Memorial Union Sun Room. She will talk about "Unnatural Hierarchies: Race, Class and American National Identity."
Anita Hill, author of Speaking Truth to Power, will speak on the same topic at 8 p.m. Monday, April 6, in the Memorial Union Sun Room. Hill testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the Supreme Court nomination of Clarence Thomas. She co-edited Race, Gender, and Power in America: The Legacy of the Hill-Thomas Hearings and currently is working on a book about sexual harassment
For more information about Black History events, call 294- 9934.
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