All posts tagged "Black History Month"

  • Seminar says education is the key to black healing

    By Paul Logsdon– A scholar says many African Americans suffer from misguided ideas of culture born of slavery, and the HSC Office of Diversity and Inclusion hosted a seminar Feb. 6 to discuss it. The “Post Traumatic...

    • Posted February 12, 2017
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  • Features
    Clifton Center celebrates African Americans in Kentucky history

    By Lara Kinne–  To recognize the contributions of black Kentuckians throughout history, the Clifton Center is hosting a series of unique events now through March 10. The series, “African Americans in Kentucky History,” culminates a narrative of...

    • Posted March 5, 2016
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  • 1969 Cardinal article sheds light on PAS predecessor

    This story was originally written by Doug Magee and printed in the September 19, 1969 issue of The Louisville Cardinal. It is printed here exactly as it was written in The Cardinal. Black Studies was a predecessor to the...

    • Posted February 17, 2015
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  • The Underground Railroad Comes to Life

    Mark Priest, U of L professor and artist, takes the walls of Schneider Hall to the heart, depicting the horrors and tribulations of slavery through the use of mediums such as acrylic paint on canvas, pen on...

    • Posted January 31, 2015
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  • Happy Black History Month events

    Journalist to discuss fractures in black America– A Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post columnist will share his observations about black America with a University of Louisville audience Feb. 7. Eugene Robinson will give the 2012 UofL Phi Beta...

    • Posted February 1, 2012
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