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					                  UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2011: CIVIL WAR AND THE STRUGGLE FOR BLACK SELF-DETERMINATION
                                     * For calendar updates and information go to: http://blackstudies.missouri.edu/news-announcements/
                                        or contact Ms. Erica Bruington at (573) 882-6229 or via e-mail at bruingtone@missouri.edu.
  DATE      DAY           TIME                                   LOCATION                                                                    EVENT                                                 Sponsor
JANUARY
27-Jan     Thurs 5:30PM                    State Historical Society (East Side Ellis Library)   "Presumed Innocent: Regina Almstedt, James Scott, and the Mob"                                     State Historical Society
                                                                                                  Dr. Douglas Hunt, Department of English and Dr. Clyde Ruffin, Theatre Department
31-Jan     Mon    Not Open to Public       Columbia Public Schools                              Black History Month Reading Program                                                                BHM Committee & ABGPS
                                                                                                Association of Black Graduate & Professional Students (ABGPS)
FEBRUARY
                  All Month Art Exhibits
1-Feb      Tues   7:00AM-9:00PM            Townsend Hall, 2nd Floor                             West Boulevard Elementary School 5th Grade Paintings from Julius Lester's                          MU College of Education
                                                                                                   From Slave Ship to Freedom Road
                  8:00AM-5:00PM            Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center (GOBCC)           "Color of Life," Photographs by Lois Ingrum                                                        Ellis Library, BHM Committee
                  7:30AM-2:00AM            Colonnades Area of Ellis Library                     "The Harlem Renaissance in Art, Literature, and Film"                                              Art History and Archaeology
                                                                                                   by Art History & Archaeology Students (AH&A 2005)
                 Not Open to Public        Columbia Public Schools                              Black History Month Reading Program (ABGPS)                                                        BHM Committee & ABGPS
                 7:00PM Doors              Blue Note                                            Stanley Clarke & Hiromi                                                                            We Always Swing Jazz Series
3-Feb      Thurs RESCHEDULED DUE           RESCHEDULED DUE TO SNOW CLOSURES                     Brown Bag: "Revisiting the Pathway to Public Accommodations and Voting Rights"                     BHM Committee
                   TO WEATHER                 AND WEATHER CONDITIONS                               Dr. Charles Sampson, Truman School of Public Affairs
                 Not Open to Public        Columbia Public Schools                              Black History Month Reading Program (ABGPS)                                                        BHM Committee & ABGPS
                 RESCHEDULED DUE           RESCHEDULED DUE TO SNOW CLOSURES                     We Watch Film Series: Kevin Willmott, Filmmaker and Discussant                                     BHM Committee, English,
                 TO WEATHER                 AND WEATHER CONDITIONS                                "Confederate States of America"                                                                  Film Studies
4-Feb      Fri   Not Open to Public        Columbia Public Schools                              Black History Month Reading Program (ABGPS)                                                        BHM Committee & ABGPS
                 7:00PM-9:00PM             Museum of Art and Archaeology                        Film Screening: "Glory", Discussant Joseph Beilein, Department of History                          BHM Committee & ABGPS
5-Feb      Sat   7:00PM-9:30PM             Wrench Auditorium, Memorial Union                    Concert Series: Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue                                                 University Concert Series
7-Feb      Mon 6:30PM-8:00PM               Memorial Union, S304                                 Gladys Coggswell, Master Storyteller (M.Ed), "Stories from Missouri's Black History"               BHM Committee
                                                                                                    Storytelling and Book Signing
8-Feb      Tues   12:00PM-1:00PM           Walter Daniel Resource Center-Gentry Hall 325        Brown Bag: "The Sanitizing of Huckleberry Finn? "                                                  BHM Committee
                                                                                                    Dr. Thomas Quirk, Department of English
                  7:00PM-9:00PM            Stotler Lounge III, Memorial Union                   We Speak Spoken Word Series: Reading by Dr. Anand Prahlad, Department of English                   BHM Committee
                                                                                                       and OPEN MIC CONTEST
9-Feb      Wed 6:30PM                      Armory Sports Center, 701 E. Ash Street              African American Film & Discussion: "The Underground Railroad "                                    Columbia Parks & Recreation
10-Feb     Thurs 12:00PM-1:00PM            Black Studies Conference Room, Gentry Hall 313A      Brown Bag: "Invisible and Voiceless: Disenfranchisement Today."                                    BHM Committee
                                                                                                  Associate Professor S. David Mitchell, School of Law
                  5:30PM                   State Historical Society (East Side Ellis Library)   African Mbira Musical Presentation, Dr. Anand Prahlad, Department of English                       State Historical Society
                  7:00PM-9:00PM            Ellis Auditorium                                     We Watch Film Series: "Hotel Rwanda "                                                              BHM Committee
                                                                                                     "Rwanda, The True Narrative: From ‘Civil War’ to Genocide"
                                                                                                     Dr. Rangira (Béa) Gallimore Department of Romance Languages & Literatures
12-Feb     Sat    7:00PM                   Monsanto Auditorium, Life Sciences Center            "Meet Ellis Marsalis: Patriarch of the First Family of Jazz"                                       College of Arts & Science
13-Feb     Sun    2:00PM-3:30PM            Museum of Art and Archaeology                        African American Art and Artists, Family Event, Grades 1-8                                         Museum of Art & Archaeology
13-Feb     Sun    7:00PM, Doors            Windsor Ballroom; Holiday Inn Select                 Ellis Marsalis Quartet                                                                             We Always Swing Jazz Series
                                           2200 I-70 Drive SW
15-Feb     Tues   12:00PM-1:00PM           323 Gentry Hall                                      Difficult Dialogue Brown Bag: "Civil War Era Symbols: Which Ones Are Still Civil?"              MU Difficult Dialogues Fellows
                                                                                                   Facilitators: Dr. Mark Milanick, School of Medicine and
                                                                                                   Dr. Elizabeth Hornbeck, Department of Art History & Archaeology
                  7:00PM                   Columbia Public Library Friends Room                 "Tom Bass: Missouri Horseman" Christal Bruner                                                   Columbia Public Library
                  7:00PM-9:00PM            Orr Street Studies, 106 Orr Street                   Hearing Voices Literary Readings: John Nieves, Department of English and                        Orr Street Studies
                                                                                                   Ann Gautier, DePaul University (in conjunction w/We Speak Spoken Word Series)
16-Feb     Wed 7:00-9:00PM                 TBA                                                  We Watch Film Series: "The Confederate States of America" Dr. Kevin Willmott, Filmmaker and discusant
                                                                                                                                                                                                BHM Committee
17-Feb     Thurs 12:00PM-1:00PM            323 Gentry Hall                                      Brown Bag: "Black Men in the Civil War," Joseph Beilein, Department of History                  BHM Committee
17-Feb     Thurs 7:00PM-9:00PM             Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center (GOBCC)           We Watch Film Series: “The Harder They Come”                                                    BHM Committee
                                                                                                   "Music as a Weapon: Jamaican Self Determination and Civil War"
                                                                                                   Dr. Sheri-Marie Harrison Department of English
18-Feb     Fri    7:00PM-9:30PM            Wrench Auditorium Memorial Union                     Film: For Colored Girls                                                                         MSA/GPC Films Committee
                 UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2011: CIVIL WAR AND THE STRUGGLE FOR BLACK SELF-DETERMINATION
                                    * For calendar updates and information go to: http://blackstudies.missouri.edu/news-announcements/
                                       or contact Ms. Erica Bruington at (573) 882-6229 or via e-mail at bruingtone@missouri.edu.
   DATE    DAY         TIME                              LOCATION                                                                    EVENT                               Sponsor
19-Feb    Sat  7:00PM-9:30PM         Wrench Auditorium Memorial Union                 Film: For Colored Girls                                                            MSA/GPC Films Committee
21-Feb    Mon 7:00PM-8:30PM          Fisher Auditorium, Gannett Hall                  Legion of Black Collegians Gospel Choir                                            Legion of Black Collegians
22-Feb    Tues 2:00PM-6:00PM         Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center (GOBCC)       Swab Up and Be the Match: Bone Marrow Registry Drive                               BHM Committee
                                                                                         Mizzou Black Men's Initiative
                 4:00PM-5:30PM       232 Arts & Science Building                      "Identity Politics Part II—Black is Black Ain’t" Interactive Theatre Troupe        Chancellor's Diversity Initiative
                                                                                         Performance & Dialogue on Affirmative Action
                 7:00PM-9:00PM       Stotler Lounge III, Memorial Union               We Speak Spoken Word Series: Reading by Cornelius Eady, Department of English      BHM Committee
                                                                                            and OPEN MIC CONTEST
23-Feb    Wed    4:00PM-5:30PM       104 Arts & Science Building                      KEYNOTE BLACK HISTORY MONTH ADDRESS: "African American Women Who                   BHM Committee
                                                                                         'Feared Neither Shell Nor Shot ' in Civil War America, 1861-1865"
                                                                                           Dr. Wilma King, Department of History and Black Studies Program
                 7:00PM-9:00PM       Stotler Lounge, Memorial Union                   We Watch Film Series: “Faubourg Trem é: The Untold Story ” A Taste of Tremé:       BHM Committee
                                                                                         New Orleans Cuisine by JAZZ Restaurant and Music
                                                                                         NAACP Collegiate Chapter, Unit 4731
                                                                                        *RSVP by Feb 21 to Secily Devese sddvw9@mail.mizzou.edu
24-Feb    Thurs 12:00PM-1:00PM       323 Gentry Hall                                  Brown Bag: "Lincoln University's Roots in the Civil War"                           BHM Committee
                                                                                      Dr. Debra Greene, Professor of History, Lincoln University
                 3:30PM-5:30PM       Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center (GOBCC)       "Haiti from the Perspectives of Two Haitian-American Women Writer/                 Department of Romance
                                                                                          Artists." Poet and Painter, Marilene Phipps-Kettlewell ("In the Company        Languages and Literatures
                                                                                          of Heaven"); and Wesleyan University Anthropology Professor, Poet, and
                                                                                         Performance Artist Gina Ulysse ("I am a Storm")
                 7:00PM              Columbia Public Library                          "Summary Justice in Little Dixie," Discussion of the James Scott Case by           Columbia Public Library
                                                                                         Dr. Douglas Hunt, Professor Emeritus. Department of English
                For Times Call:      Rhynesberger Theatre                             "Fences" by August Wilson                                                          MU Theatre Department
                (573) 882-PLAY         showing Feb 24-26 and Mar 4-6
25-Feb    Thurs 12:00PM-1:00PM       325 Gentry Hall                                  We Read Luncheon/Discussion of The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander              BHM Committee
                3:00PM-6:00PM        Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center (GOBCC)       Reception: Lois Ingrum Color of Life Show                                          Ellis Library, BHM Committee
                7:30PM-9:00PM        Jesse Auditorium, Jesse Hall                     Speaker: Soledad O'Brien (Big XII Conference on Black Student Government)          Multiple
28-Feb    Mon 7:00PM-9:00PM          Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center (GOBCC)       Black Knowledge Bowl, Mizzou Black Men's Initiative                                BHM Committee
MARCH
2-Mar     Wed    7:00PM              Stotler Lounge, Memorial Union                   "Self-Determination: Development of Africa on Food Security and Water Scarcity."   BHM Committee
                                                                                          Panel Discussion, African Students Association
5-Mar     Sat    6:00PM-7:30PM       Conservation Hall (Natural Resources Building)   " BLACK WOMEN ROCK " MISSOURI: AWARDS EVENT                                        BHM Committee
                 6:00PM-7:30PM       Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center (GOBCC)       " BLACK WOMEN ROCK " MISSOURI: RECEPTION, For Info: www.3snapz.tumblr.com          BHM Committee
22-Mar    Tues   4:00PM              Jesse Wrench Auditorium, Memorial Union          Speaker: Dr. Margaret Humphreys, Author of Intensely Human:                        MU Department of History
                                                                                         The Health of the Black Soldier in the American Civil War                       Truman State Universtiy

				
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