Events which have already happened.
An After Hours Social Event for U of L Students!
The Social Change Program, the Anne Braden Institute for social Justice Research, and the Muhammad Ali Institute present D.A. Masolo.
The College of Arts and Sciences will host Jane Elliott, an internationally known teacher, lecturer, diversity trainer, and renowned author of the controversial exercise, “Blue Eyes, Brown Eyes” on the UofL campus.
The Center for the Study of Crime and Justice in Black Communities (CSCJBC) presents the 2010 Martin Luther king Justice Lecture
"Let's Talk" monthly lecture series hosted by the Black Faculty Staff Association (BFSA) and the Cultural Center.
U of L’s Martin L. King, Jr. Commemoration Service will be held at 1pm on Monday, January 18th at the Playhouse located on the corners of Cardinal at 2nd and 3rd Streets in its Freedom Park. The African American Theatre Program of the University of Louisville’s Theatre Arts Department in conjunction with the Office of Business Affairs will sponsor the event.
37th ANNUAL NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE BLACK FAMILY IN AMERICA. This year's topic: Saving the Black Family.
Celebrate the Festival of Lights in Bollywood style.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton annual luncheon honoring the achievements of women.
Talk with communities about the interactions between local activism and international advocacy for sexual rights and the rights of the LBTTTGI community.
November's topic: "Understanding Perceptions of Diversity and recognizing American Indian Heritage."
Micheal Honey: "From Civil Rights to Economic Justice: The Freedom's Movement's Unfinished Business"
Series of discussion dialogues to address issues often viewed to be difficult or controversial
The Brandeis School of Law hosts this diversity forum on racial profiling
Panel discussion featuring Journey of Hope, an organization led by murder victim family members joined by death row family members, family members of the executed, the exonerated, and others with stories to tell.
Public discussion featuring a new book on Barack Obama by Louisville Presbyterian Seminary professor and author Johnny Bernard Hill
The Day of the Dead (El Día de los Muertos or All Souls' Day) is a holiday that focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died.
Part of the Fall 2009 Film Series presented by the Women & Global Issues Committee of the UofL Commission on the Status of Women
The Association of Black Students (ABS) will host its annual Black State of the Union.
LALS Heritage Lecture on intra-Caribbean migration by Lancelot Cowie