BLACK HISTORY MONTH AT ODU CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Old Dominion University celebrates Black History Month with a host of lectures, performances, remembrances and concerts. All events are free, except where noted by $, and open to the public.
Wednesday, Feb. 28
Old Dominion University presents "Harlem Renaissance," performed by Old Dominion students and sponsored by the NAACP, Old Dominion University, Webb Center. 683-5490. Time to be announced.
Old Dominion University Libraries are featuring an exhibit, "From Slavery to Freedom: Africans in America," in the main lobby of Perry Library. The exhibit includes photos and textual materials illustrating key moments in the struggle of African Americans from slavery to freedom from slave conditions in early America to the present.
This article was posted on: February 6, 2007
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