Monthly Archives: October 2012

Essay Contest through the National Council for Black Studies

from: College Student Essay Contest DEADLINE:  December 14, 2012  (must be received by this date)   Students,  Submit your essay today to compete in the NCBS Annual Student Essay Competition!  Winners will be recognized at the March Conference Student … Continue reading

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Advocacy in Action, “A Red, White & Blue Affair” on Friday October 26, 7pm

Each year, the ROAR Scholars Program holds an, “Advocacy in Action Forum,” event that brings students, faculty, staff together to discuss advocacy issues in our modern society.  Our final event is our advocacy forum “A Red, White, and Blue Affair”, … Continue reading

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Distinguished Romance Novelist to visit with AAST minors & students of ENGL 364

On Friday, October 19, the African American Studies program will be pleased to welcome on campus a distinguished romance novelist, AlTonya Washington.  She will be visiting with Dr. Conseula Francis’ English 364 class which is focused on Black Women Writers.  … Continue reading

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StoryCorps is coming to Charleston

StoryCorps, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to recording, preserving, and sharing the stories of people from all backgrounds and beliefs, is coming to South Carolina to collect stories from the Palmetto State. About StoryCorps: StoryCorps’ mission is to provide people … Continue reading

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College of Charleston Theatre Presents Tale of Sisterhood, Survival and Independence

The Department of Theatre and Dance in the College of Charleston School of the Arts will present “Flyin’ West” by Pearl Cleage. Set in 1898 Kansas, the story follows a family of African American women who will do whatever it … Continue reading

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