January 19, 2011

Striving Towards a Multi-Ethnic Community

  • Type: Lectures / Dialogues
  • Sponsored By: Greek InterVarsity at UGA
  • When: January 19, 2011 1:30 am
  • Where: 147 Miller Learning Center
  • For more information: Paula Frances Gay, (832) 457-8784

DATE AND LOCATION CHANGE: A humorous approach to looking at what makes a multi-ethnic community, why striving to be multi-ethnic is important and how to create a comfortable environment for all people.

APERO: African American Literature in the Post-Racial Age

Valerie Babb, English Department is the speaker. Part of the APERO Brown Bag Lecture Series.

Education and Equality Through the Peabody Lens: “Something the Lord Made”

Peabody Award-winning, HBO film tells the story of Vivien Thomas, who became a legend in cardiac surgery during the Depression era in Nashville. Post-film discussion by Katie McCabe, who wrote a profile of Thomas in the Washingtonian that led to the making of the film.

Myers Hall Display Commemorating Charlayne Hunter-Gault

Viewing and discussion of the permanent display commemorating Charlayne Hunter-Gault, who lived in Myers Hall while she was a student at UGA.