All posts tagged "Pan african studies"

  • Brief: Pan-African Studies Department reports vandalism in Strickler, Davidson Halls

    By Shelby Brown — Over the weekend or early Monday morning someone allegedly broke into a second-floor office in Strickler Hall according to an email from the Arts & Sciences department. The Pan-African Studies department sent a...

    • Posted March 19, 2018
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  • Pan-African department hosts “Take a Knee” discussion

    By Shelby Brown– Since Colin Kaepernick protested the National Anthem by taking a knee, similar protests and debate have sparked across the nation. U of L’s department of Pan-African studies discussed that debate in its “#TakeAKnee: Exploring the Intersection Between...

    • Posted November 9, 2017
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  • Ricky Jones
    Police union dispute Ricky Jones’ appointment to police oversight panel

    By Kyeland Jackson — Fraternal Order of Police President David Mutchler opposed considering U of L professor Ricky Jones to a police oversight panel, convincing an appointments committee table Jones’ appointment. First reported by the Courier Journal, Mutchler...

    • Posted April 21, 2017
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    Faculty joins fight against governor’s cuts

    By Kyeland Jackson & Olivia Krauth — Pan-African Studies Chair Ricky Jones said he will be joining the legal suit against Governor Matt Bevin. The suit is part of Attorney General Andy Beshear’s promise to pursue legal action against...

    • Posted April 13, 2016
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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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  • Debate team looking forward to another successful year

    The University of Louisville debate team were finalists in their first national tournament of the season this past weekend. Courtney Brown and Thomas Gordon, both new to the team, ended the tournament in second place. Gordon also...

    • Posted September 28, 2015
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  • Project Progress unveiled at rollout event

    By: Olivia Krauth U of L officials launched Project Progress, a project focused on the impact of the height of the civil rights movement, during a rollout event at the University Club on October 14. Sponsored by...

    • Posted October 16, 2013
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  • Open to the public: Students hash out use of the n-word at University of Louisville

    By Rae Hodge– At the center of the story was the slur heard round the ‘Ville. A white, university-employed student, with a less-than-private Facebook account, referred to hip hop as “n*****bop” in a status update about artist...

    • Posted April 2, 2013
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  • Pan-African Studies at UofL: Providing the most intriguing classes on campus

    By Anna Meany– Wednesday marked the first annual Pan-African Studies Day, which took place in the lobby of Strickler Hall, offering food, poetry reading, and information about the UofL Pan-African Studies department and information about study abroad...

    • Posted November 27, 2012
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