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"Misrepresenting History: Two Marches on Washington"

by Evans,Cortney last modified Sep 14, 2010 03:21 PM

Dr. Tracy K'Meyer (UofL, History), Martina Kunneck, John Johnson (KY Commission on Human Rights)

When Oct 02, 2010
from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
Where DuValle Education Center Cafeteria
Contact Name Bani Hines-Hudson
Contact Phone 852-1397
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On October 2, the Saturday Academy returns for the 2010-2011 academic year--a year that will bring the 20th anniversary of the opening of the "first" Saturday Academy at DuValle in January 1991.
The African World/Black History seminar led by Dr. Blaine Hudson meets from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm; this year’s focus is "African American History."  After the seminar, community discussions on issues and culture follow from 12:45 pm -2:00 pm.

The Saturday Academy is a community-based enrichment program in African World history and culture for adolescents and adults--sponsored by the College of Arts & Sciences (University of Louisville) in collaboration with the Jefferson County Public Schools, with support from Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton, the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage, the Louisville Urban League and the University of Louisville Signature Partnership Initiative. 
The Saturday Academy is free and open to the public, and meets in the DuValle Education Center Cafeteria, 3610 Bohne Avenue, in the Park DuValle Community, north of Algonquin Parkway at 35th Street
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