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Black History Month Series: African American Economy, Feb. 1

Black History Month Series: African American Economy, Feb. 1

Black History Month at Ohio University features a weekly discussions series, Rooted in Truth That Society Cannot Dilute, hosted by the NAACP. For Zoom information, contact Betty Miller at bm134316@ohio.edu. Feb. 1—African American Economy Discussion topic: This discussion is a review into the specific policies and practices that were placed […]

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January 2, 2021 at 4:15 pmEvents

Black History Month Series | African American Political Thought, Feb. 8

Black History Month Series | African American Political Thought, Feb. 8

Black History Month at Ohio University features a weekly discussions series, Rooted in Truth That Society Cannot Dilute, hosted by the NAACP. For Zoom information, contact Betty Miller at bm134316@ohio.edu. Feb. 8—African American Political Thought Discussion topic: The discussion is about the present and past states of Black political identities, […]

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January 2, 2021 at 2:30 pmEvents

Black History Month Series | African American Social Movements, Feb. 15

Black History Month Series | African American Social Movements, Feb. 15

Black History Month at Ohio University features a weekly discussions series, Rooted in Truth That Society Cannot Dilute, hosted by the NAACP. For Zoom information, contact Betty Miller at bm134316@ohio.edu. Feb. 15—African American Social Movements Discussion topic: The discussion includes a debate of the importance of abolition, Civil Rights, and […]

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January 2, 2021 at 12:45 pmEvents

Black History Month Series | Intersectionality & The Black Diaspora, Feb. 22

Black History Month Series | Intersectionality & The Black Diaspora, Feb. 22

  Black History Month at Ohio University features a weekly discussions series, Rooted in Truth That Society Cannot Dilute, hosted by the NAACP. For Zoom information, contact Betty Miller at bm134316@ohio.edu. Feb. 22—Intersectionality & The Black Diaspora Discussion topic: The discussion is about the historical context of intersecting identities in […]

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January 2, 2021 at 11:00 amEvents

Black History Month Series: Rooted in Truth That Society Cannot Dilute, Jan. 25

Black History Month Series: Rooted in Truth That Society Cannot Dilute, Jan. 25

Black History Month at Ohio University features a weekly discussions series, Rooted in Truth That Society Cannot Dilute, hosted by the NAACP. For Zoom information, contact Betty Miller at bm134316@ohio.edu. Jan. 25—African Americans in the Arts Discussion topic: The discussion focuses on the influence of music throughout American culture, the […]

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January 1, 2021 at 6:00 pmEvents

First Annual Ted Rose Lecture Series Kicks off in Spring

Dr. Derrick E. White

The African American Studies Department presents the First Annual Ted Rose Lecture Series, featuring two lectures in Spring 2021, one focusing on college sports and social justice, the other on addressing woke neoliberalism. These lectures are free and open to the public, and interested faculty are encouraged to add them […]

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December 2, 2020 at 10:20 amNews

Scholarship Honors Childs, Who Inspired Students to ‘Be the Change They Wish to See’

Photo courtesy of University Communications and Marketing/Stephen Reiss Dr. Francine Childs, HON ’97, EMERT ’05, addresses the crowd at an Aug. 28, 2013, event held at Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium commemorating the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.

Ohio Today magazine writes about Dr. Francine Childs, HON ’97, EMERT ’05, who inspired generations of students at Ohio University to stand up for their beliefs and bring positive change to their communities. Drs. David Descutner and DeLysa Burnier have established the Rev. Dr. Francine C. Childs Social Justice Scholarship […]

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October 5, 2020 at 2:50 pmNews