"The Past is Always Present, Reflections on Toni Morrison's Sula" - a panel discussion presented by The School of Liberal Arts and Education.
Executive Director Sylvia D'Alessandro will give a lecture on
the oldest community established by free slaves in North
America, located on the South Shore of Staten Island.
Familiar to us all as Chicken George in Alex Haley's "Roots," Ben Vereen will discuss his views on Black face minstrelsy, as the highlight of Black History Month.
CUNY's Elliot Dawes and Councilmember Charles Barron discuss the factors that led to the creation of the Black Male Initiative at CUNY.
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On February 27, Frank Scheffer will give a hands-on
presentation about his working methodology using chance
Douglas Cohen, faculty coordinator;
Whitney George, program coordinator;
Conservatory of Music composers present their new acoustic
and electroacoustic works. Part of the month-long Composers
Now Festival; Tania León, artistic director.
This traveling exhibition from the Staten Island Museum highlights Staten Island's African American community by looking at representative entreprenures.
Denim & Chrome by noted New York City photographer Darius Vick is an exhibit of 20 black & white photographs illustrating black bikers in America. The exhibit is part of CWE's celebration of Black History Month.