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The Center for Race and Inequality presents "The Awful Truth about Hazing"

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Featured speaker: Jeff Obafemi Carr. This event is a part of CRI’s 2013 “Race and Masculinities Lecture Series.” It is co-sponsored by the Department of Pan-African Studies, Office of the Vice Provost for Diversity and International Affairs, and the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research.

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  • Lecture
When Apr 02, 2013
from 05:30 pm to 07:00 pm
Where Chao Auditorium
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The Center on Race and Inequality

presents

“The Awful Truth about Hazing”

 

 

Date: Tuesday, April 2,2013

Time: 5:30 pm

Place: University of Louisville, Ekstrom Library’s Chao Auditorium

 

CRI returns with it’s most shocking presentation to date!

 

If you think Florida A&M is the only school dealing with hazing injuries and deaths, you’re wrong! Did you know the University of Louisville has doled out multiple organizational suspensions for hazing over the  last decade and a half and even had a student nearly die in 1997?

 

Do you ever wonder what really happens during Greek letter pledge processes that sometimes lead to injuries or even death? Filmmaker and Alpha Phi Alpha member Jeff Obafemi Carr gives you a peek inside the secretive and dangerous world of Greek hazing with his groundbreaking film, “He Ain’t Heavy.” Come out, view this film, and engage in dialogue with Jeff Carr afterwards. I guarantee the experience will knock you off your feet!

 

View the trailer for “He Ain’t Heavy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=om-pOplKKQ4

 

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For more information contact Ricky Jones at ricky.jones@louisville.edu or (502) 852-0027. You may also contact the Department of Pan-African Studies at (502) 852-5985.

 


 

THIS IS ANOTHER CRI PRODUCTION!

We not only give the people what they want, but what they NEED!

 

 

 

 

 

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