Join the Department of Black Studies and Criss Library Archives & Special Collections in celebrating the end of the school year and the final event of the Department of Black Studies’ 50th anniversary. We will celebrate with music from the period that the department came into existence. Come out and enjoy the food, fun, and fellowship while listening to “The Music of the Revolution” (70s attire optional)!
"Music of the Revolution" will take place on April 29 from 12:30-3:00 P.M. in the UNO Pep Bowl. In the event of rain, the location will be moved to the Ballroom and Nebraska Room in the Milo Bail Student Center.
This is the finale to the year-long series of virtual events marking the 50th anniversary of the Department of Black Studies at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
About Charting Our Path
Charting Our Path: Celebrating 50 Years of Black Studies is a cooperative project of the Department of Black Studies and UNO Libraries. The project will honor the 50th anniversary of the Department of Black Studies in 2021-2022 through campus and community speakers, exhibits, and events as well as supporting expanding research, creative activity, and open access instructional resources. Support is provided by UNO’s Strategic Investment in Social Justice, Inequality, Race, and Class initiative. Charting Our Path is one of the ‘Telling Our Story’ proposals and was funded for 2021-2023. The project leads are Dr. Cynthia Robinson, Amy C. Schindler, and Claire Du Laney.
About the University of Nebraska at Omaha Libraries
UNO Libraries fulfill the UNO mission through dynamic services, highly qualified and adaptive personnel, unique and extensive collections, and accessible learning spaces and environments. With its two locations, Dr. C.C. and Mabel L. Criss Library on UNO’s Dodge Campus and in KANEKO-UNO Library located in Omaha’s Old Market, UNO Libraries provides UNO students, faculty and staff, and the Omaha community with the resources and materials needed to excel academically and professionally.
About the Department of Black Studies
The Department of Black Studies at the University of Nebraska at Omaha is proud to celebrate its 50th anniversary in the 2021-22 academic year. Since 1971, Black Studies' faculty and staff have focused our teaching, research, and service on the analysis, critique, and discussion of African continental and diasporic experiences, and the systems of oppression and resistance that characterize those experiences. Through our strategic goals of academic excellence, student centeredness, and community engagement, we continue the long, strong, focused determination of the discipline of Black Studies to counter the narrative of white supremacy and African inferiority. Make a gift to support the Department of Black Studies.