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Posts Tagged ‘Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center’
 

 
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APSU to screen documentaries on Civil Rights in America

Austin Peay State University’s Felix G. Woodward Library and APSU’s Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center will host four documentaries on the history of civil rights in America. The films, which will screen at 7...
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APSU Hispanic Cultural Center to screen “Documented”

In observance of Immigrant Heritage Month, the APSU Hispanic Cultural Center and Hispanic Organization for Progress and Education (H.O.P.E.) will host a watch party of “Documented,” a film by Pulitzer Prize-winning journali...
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Historian to speak on Tennessee anti-lynching movement

“Although their numbers were comparatively small, these women changed and saved lives even as they pushed the boundaries of what was considered ‘ladylike’ behavior. Hinton, associate professor of history at Tennessee Tech...
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School closings force reschedule of 8th Annual Black History Bowl

Peterson also said the event helps develop a deeper cultural awareness among students in the community, as well as allowing them to cultivate collaborative skills and teamwork strategies.
by Turner McCullough, Jr.
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Dr. Susan Curtis, Professor/Director - American Studies, Purdue University

“Dancing to a Black Man’s Tune” author speaks at APSU

She seeks ways to understand cultural collaboration and conflict across racial boundaries and to expose the power of culture to delimit opportunities, expression, acceptance, and citizenship.
by Turner McCullough, Jr.
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USCT Living History Association annual conference converges on Clarksville

United States Colored Troop re-enactors along with local Civil War re-enactors will gather at the APSU McCord parking lot (College Street) at 5:30 p.m. to form a procession to the Morgan University Center for the banquet.
by Turner McCullough, Jr.
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“Charity starts at home” food/hygiene drive at AACC

The center is conducting the drive in collaboration with the APSU Food Pantry. Each 10 non-perishable food/hygiene items earns one ticket in the drawing.
by Turner McCullough, Jr.
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