Events which have already happened.
"Africa in April". This year's theme is "Contemporary African Visual Art", and will consist of a week's worth of events held on both the campus and in the community.
Featuring David Wexler, who coined the term, which refers to the study of the effects of law and the legal system on the behavior, emotions, and mental health of people.
Historian and author Walter Hixson will lecture about "Culture, Continuity and U.S. Foreign Policy."
"Into the Fire" - a two-person play about veterans with disabilities.
The CONECT Peer Mentoring Program invites you to celebrate the accomplishments of African American students, faculty and staff at the African American Recognition Reception.
"Reclaiming the Past" 10th Anniversary is an awareness and commemorative event to celebrate the efforts that African Student Union has undergone to unite the Diaspora on and off UofL's campus and the campus community as a whole.
The Saturday Academy Sistah Summit is a Black woman-led outreach project of the UofL College of Arts & Sciences to educate and uplift women across lines of difference through sessions on self, sisterhood, sexuality, and spirituality.
Members of the University and Greater Metropolitan Louisville communities are invited to join Dr. John McLeod, Dr. Nisha Gupta, Dr. Savagya Bhatnager, and Dr. Kunwar Bhatnagar in a dynamic discussion with divergent perspectives in a safe, inclusive, and diverse environment.
With Joe Gutmann, Central students, and law faculty members.
The Social Change Program, the Anne Braden Institute for social Justice Research, and the Muhammad Ali Institute present Dr. Drue Barker.
“Freedom on the Border: An Oral History of the Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky.
Dakan (1997) a film from Guinea, Africa; directed by Mohamed Camara
Student National Medical Association (SNMA) Presents: PRESSING forward while REACHING back. “…to inspire, and motivate the minority medical community to foster mentoring relationships and help solve the African American Physician shortage.”
The Social Change Program, the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice research, and the Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace & Justice Present Dr. Tommy Parker.
Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research and the Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the southern Civil Rights Sit-Ins.
A joint project by: The Louisville Central Community Centers, Inc., Collaborative Projects (Art 590), and The Photographic Archives
University of Louisville's NAACP 2nd Annual Freedom Ball Theme: Celebrating the future of Multicultural Unity. The speaker will be Charlie Strong
Hear the authentic voices of young, Black professionals at U of L in their successes, challenges and general experiences at a predominantly White institution (PWI). Lunch is free.
With Supreme Court of Kentucky Chief Justice John Minton, Judge Toni Stringer, and Judge Denise Clayton.