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Two Paths toward the Formless Lord: Mystics’ Practice and Social Change in Hindi Sant Tradition
Write the Vision, Make It Plain: Narrative and Counter Narrative as a Prelude to the Black Student Movement
Medicinal Plants and Well-Being Practices in Early African America, Ywone Edwards-Ingram
The Avery Research Center commemorates MALCOLM X on the 50th anniversary of his assassination – February 21, 1965.
The Commemoration Program on Feb 21 is from
11am to 5pm, see details below:
–Film screenings begin at 11:00 – 3:00
(see flyer for details)
–3:00pm: A Conversation with Mzee
(esteemed & respected Elder) James E. Campbell and Imam Hakim Abdul-Ali.
–4:00pm: Exhibition Opening/Reception “Malcolm X: 50 Years and Counting, The Legacy Continues” featuring materials from the James E. Campbell Collection & from the private collection of Imam Hakim Abdul-Ali.
ALL ACTIVITIES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
For information call: 843.953.7609 or visit our website: http://avery.cofc.edu