Black History Month 2015 "The Story of Us" Series
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Located in Conard Hall, Room 212
1760 University Drive
Mansfield, OH 44906
The Ohio State University at Mansfield, North Central State College, and the Diversity & Social Justice Council: NC State plan to honor Black History Month through presentations from noted university professors, workshops, and culminate with the 14th Annual Soul Food Dinner.
All events open to the public.
The first event of the "Story of Us" series is titled
"ARE RACE DIFFERENCES REAL OR ARE WE MORE ALIKE THAN WE THINK?"
Dr. Dawn Kitchen, Associate Professor of Anthropology at OSU Mansfield, will explore how the concept of "race" is a social construct and how that construct has been a powerful determinant
in American History and Politics.
Want to experience more of the series?
Check out the dates below in our Calendar of Events for more information about each one!
Tuesday, January 27 - "Are Race Differences Real or Are We More Alike Than We Think?"
Tuesday, February 3 - Conversations in Implicit Bias
Thursday, February 12 - "A Call to Action" : Campus Town Hall Meeting (Race Still Matters: Part 1)
Thursday, February 12 - "A Call to Action" : Community Town Hall Meeting (Race Still Matters: Part 2)
Thursday, February 26 - 14th Annual Soul Food Dinner Celebration
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