February 17, 2011

50 Years Later: Calling Forth Ancestors’ Courage, Determination to Continue Quest for Racial Justice

Frances Kendall, author of Understanding White Privilege, spoke on courage. View YouTube video of her lecture here.

Story Telling for Social Justice: Connecting Narrative and the Arts in Antiracist Teaching

Lecture by Lee Anne Bell of Barnard College on hearing all sides of the story. View YouTube video of her lecture here.

Supernatural Courage: Love, Passion, Sacrifice

  • Type: Performances
  • Sponsored By: UGA Black Theatrical Ensemble
  • When: February 17, 2011 10:00 pm
  • Where: Tate Reception Hall
  • For more information: Bridgette Burton,

The Black Theatrical Ensemble (BTE) is celebrating courage in the only way they know how...THROUGH THE ARTS! They put on performances because they love it! They write and direct plays because they have the passion for it! And they sacrifice time, energy, and their spirits to spreading the arts to the University and Athens community. Join BTE as they celebrate the arts with performances by BTE, students in University Theatre, Pamoja Dance Company, LGBT Resource Center and the Beta Zeta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. This event is dedicated to Lynwoodt B. Jenkins. This program is a Blue Card event.