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February is Black History Month

African Dancers
2/5/2006 —

BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS

Drumming workshop

February 2, 2006 from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.,  Ostermayer Room of the SCC

Maxine Maxwell

Echoes of the Past weaves in and out of history to explore the turning points in the lives of five African American women of remarkable strength and courage. This one-woman dramatic performance takes a look at what it has been like to be black and female over the past 150 years.

February 2, 2006 at 7:00 p.m., Ostermayer Room of the SCC

Jackie Jonas: Professional storyteller

February 7, at 4 p.m., Ostermayer Room of the SCC

Greg Kenney

Rosa Parks: Please Keep Your Seat. Actor Gregory Kenney performs his one-man tribute to Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient, Mrs. Rosa Parks.  Join Just'n Truth, a young man who was on the bus the day Mrs. Parks refused to give up her seat. Just'n will lead you up to that day including events that happened and the Civil Rights Movement that followed.

February 9, 2006 at 9:00 p.m., Residence Hall Lobby

The Healing Force

A celebration of African culture through storytelling and music.  This family of artists brings arts to the community through high-energy performances.  Founded in 1975 by the husband and wife team of Joseph and Gail Anderson, they are joined by their daughter Sonji, and son, Karim, making their work a family affair.

February 21, 2006 at noon, Dining Area of the SCC

Pittsburgh Dance Ensemble

One of Pittsburgh’s earliest modern dance companies, the Pittsburgh Dance Ensemble deftly combines Modern Dance, Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop and ethnic dance styles, presented by its bold young artists.

February 28, 2006 at 12:15 p.m. (workshop) and 7:00 p.m. (performance), SCC

Raymond B. Cody

A well-known print by Raymond B. Cody is on display in lobby of Kelly Library.
"From slave ships...to the fields...through the crisis of the turbulent 60's...into the progressive 90's.  We never weakened...we never slumbered...we only persevered...as we fought to survive......THE STRUGGLE."

Dr. James Stewart and his wife Dr. Caryl Sheffield, have most graciously loaned it to us from their private art collection.  It will be on display throughout April..

 

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