Events which have already happened.
Study Abroad Fair located in the Red Barn from 10:30 am until 2:30 pm.
The University of Louisville will commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on Wednesday, August 28, 2013 beginning at 1 pm.
The 7th Kentucky Women’s Book Festival will feature a diverse group of Kentucky women writers who will share their experiences and works with those in attendance. Free sessions; RSVP for lunch: $16
Showing of GEN SILENT-critically acclaimed film on the lives of LGBT older adults in Boston.
Diop Society's approach of tackling issues facing African-Americans in the economic, social, political, and cultural sectors allow the organization to be well rounded and well equipped to handle any issue facing black students at this campus.
Professor Lee Shai Weissbach, UofL Department of History, will deliver the 2013 Naamani Memorial Lecture.
The Eclectic Dance Company from Alabama State University will perform "Metamorphosis: Fantasy or Reality" at the Thrust Theater to benefit the African American Theatre Program (AATP)
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.
The legacy of Mexican American farm worker and labor activist Cesar Chavez will be celebrated March 27-29 at the University of Louisville with a panel discussion, student marches and several documentary showings.
M. Sanjayan, Lead Scientist of The Nature Conservancy and the CBS News Science and Environment Contributor is the 2013 Phi Beta Kappa keynote speaker.
“Soul Food Junkies” is a documentary about the history of African American food traditions, soul food’s present health effects and food justice. A discussion with film director Byron Hurt and a reception will follow the screening.
Free Admission— the public is invited to attend The concert provides an excellent opportunity to experience a variety of music performed by an HBCU choir. The choir will perform traditional church music, anthems, masses and contemporary gospel songs. North Carolina Central University is a public historically black university in the University of North Carolina System located in Durham, NC.
Family Reunion: Bridging the Past with the Present. At University of Louisville & The Seelbach Hotel.
UofL’s Middle East and Islamic Studies Program Presents: The Securitization of Human Rights: Lawfare and the Assault on Rights NGOs
Speaker: Professor Neve Gordon, Professor of Politics and Government, Ben-Gurion University Prof. Gordon writes on issues relating to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and human rights. He is the author of Israel’s Occupation, coeditor of Torture: Human Rights, Medical Ethics, and the Case of Israel, editor of From the Margins of Globalization: Critical Perspectives on Human Rights, and a regular contributor to Al-Jazeera, In These Times, and the National Catholic Reporter. Co-Sponsored by: Department of Anthropology, Department of Political Science, Social Change Program, the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research, and A&S Dean’s Office
Guest presenter: Frederick Gooding