JANUARY 14, 2008
Our 1st meeting of the new year will be February 1, 2008 in the Rackham Assembly room on the 4th Floor at 12 NOON
Refreshments will be served!!
THE ABPAFS REVITALIZATION COMMITTEE
WILL PRESENT ITS REPORT
THE FEBRUARY 1, 2008 MEETING
Don't miss this meeting about the future of
The main effort of this year’s theme is to show that the multiculturalism of today had its origins in the struggles of African Americans to have their cultural contributions recognized by American society. In breaking through the monocultural vision of America, African Americans were at the foundation of multiculturalism in America. No one played a greater role in this effort than Carter G. Woodson. With the acceptance of black people and black culture, other cultures found a way of gaining acceptance. In celebration of Black History Month, and the 2008 Black History Month Theme, "Carter G. Woodson and the Origins of Multiculturalism,"
Monday, January 21 12 noon 4701 Haven Hall
An Insider’s Look into the Building of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial for justice in Washington D.C.
with Dr. James Chaffers (arch.d, aia, CAAS, school of Architecture) and Professor Jon Onye Lockard (artist, CAAS), members of the memorial assessment team
VICK MAY LEAVE JAIL SOONER THAN EXPECTED: Quarterback applies for drug rehab program that could spring him by end of this year
The deadline for Applications (attached) is January 18, 2008.
The recipient will receive full tuition waivers and stipends to cover room and board and books for ten semesters.
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