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41st Dr. Joseph H. McMillan National Conference on the Black Family in America

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  • Cultural Event
When Mar 06, 2014 12:00 AM to
Mar 08, 2014 12:00 AM
Contact Name Dr. Mordean Taylor-Archer or Dr. Ricky Jones
Contact Phone 502-852-5719 or 502-852-5985
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“PROJECT  PROGRESS:  50  Years  of  Progress  and  Struggle: Where Do We Go From Here?”  

Spring  2014  signature  events  wrap  up  with  the  historic  Black  Family  Conference.  The  conference  offers  its  usual  mix  of  outstanding  nationally  reknowned  and  local  academic  and  community  scholars  who  will  explore  various  aspects  of  how  far  we’ve  come,  where  we  are,  and  where  we’re  going.  

Visit  the  Black  Family  Conference’s  Homepage  at:  

http://louisville.edu/culturalcenter/black-family-conference/about

You  may  also  send  electronic  mail  inquiries  to:  bfc@louisville.edu  or  make  contact  by  phone  at:  502-­‐852-­‐6656  

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PROJECT  PROGRESS  is  a  University  of  Louisville  initiative  designed  to  deeply  explore  the  major  events,  contributors,  philosophies,  organizations,  legislation,  and  real  world  outcomes  of  the  last  five  years  of  the  heroic  period  of  American  Civil  Rights  Movement  (1963-­‐1968).  It  is  coordinated  by  the  Department  of  Pan-­‐African  Studies  and  Office  of  the  Vice  Provost  for  Diversity  and  International  

Affairs.  We  look  forward  to  seeing  you  at  PROJECT  PROGRESS:  1964  events.    

Please  direct  inquiries  to  the  offices  of  Dr.  Ricky  L.  Jones  (502)  852-­‐5985  or  Dr.  Mordean  Taylor-­‐Archer  (502)  852-­‐5719 

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