Hear from alumni from the Department of Black Studies including Felicia Dailey, John Ewing, Kaia Phelps, and Mandla Stelly. This event is part of the celebration of 50 Years of Black Studies at UNO, made possible in part by Humanities Nebraska and the Nebraska Cultural Endowment.
For more information about Black Studies' 50th Anniversary events and programming, visit the Black Studies webpage.
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.
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About Humanities Nebraska
Created in 1973 as a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, Humanities Nebraska (HN) is an independent, non-profit organization governed by a volunteer board of public and academic members. Humanities Nebraska funds programs that explore Nebraska's heritage, build community awareness, and strengthen our ties to cultural traditions at home and abroad.
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