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Public Programming for Black History Month provided by UAFS

 

Sharing from our friends at the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith

UAFS Black History Month Programming is available virtually. Zoom registration links are below for each event. This information is provided by Stephanie London, UAFS Director of Student Activities and Coordinator of Assessment for Student Affairs. 

Monday, February 1st

The Innocence Project
5PM

Learn about The Innocence Project and hear from exoneree, Rodney Roberts. Co-hosted by BSA, CAB, and the Criminal Justice Department.
Zoom Link: https://uafs-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwrcOqtrTMsG9yh666WPrm_PFWgWKOG-Abs 

Tuesday, February 9th
Diversity and Inclusion Open Forum
2PM

Join this open discussion about diversity and inclusion at UAFS in honor of Black History Month. Co-hosted by BSA and CAB.
Zoom Link: https://uafs-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwqcuChqDsoGNMtw3xG-bzPa5DEASR5A2n5 

Thursday, February 11th
Haitian American Museum of Chicago
3PM

Join the Haitian American Museum of Chicago for their presentation of “Haitian Vodou Spiritualities with Professor Karen Richman (University of Notre Dame)”
Zoom Link: https://uafs-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwrd--grT4tE9C1gfI55NCsfpRHBoJrfqKt

Thursday, February 18th
Negro League Baseball Museum
4PM

Learn more about the mission and history of the museum from Vice President, Dr. Raymond Doswell.
Zoom Link: https://uafs-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAlf-yorzwjH9L9cZMIWr1InWolCvmC-KF1