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Saturday Academy: More Radical than Remembered

by Evans,Cortney last modified Jan 10, 2011 01:20 PM

The Saturday Academy is a community-based enrichment program in African World history and culture 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.

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When Jan 15, 2011
from 11:00 am to 02:00 pm
Where DuValle Education Center Cafeteria
Contact Name
Contact Phone 852-2252
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 From 11:00 am to 12:30 pm, the African World/Black History seminar led by Dr. Blaine Hudson.  Black History (local and national) topics for this term include: Civil War, Reconstruction, Segregation, Civil Rights--and Beyond

                                            

January 15:   "More Radical than Remembered---
                        Dr. M. L. King on Economic Justice,
                          Pan-Africanism, Religion and Family
                          Planning"


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.
 
For additional information, please contact Bani Hines-Hudson, Program Consultant, at bhineshudson@yahoo.com or Marian Vasser, Program Coordinator, at 852-2252 or mrvass01@louisville.edu.  We look forward to seeing our old friends and to making new ones.
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