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The Sojourner's Truth - Africana Studies Brown Bag Lecture Series
The lecture series is a forum for UT professors and grad students and external guests researching and engaging all aspects of transforming black experiences to discuss their works. The brown-bag forum increases, elevates, and focuses the intellectual dialogue on campus regarding all aspects of the Africana world. Talks are scheduled the first and third week of each month between September and November and between February and April.
The Role of Community/Minority Media in the 21st Century
Debra Middleton: Secretary, University of Toledo Department of Mathematics & Statistics
African American Genealogy: An Amazing Journey Through Time!
Charlene Gilbert, Professor and Chair, University of Toledo Women’s & Gender Studies
Through the Glass Darkly: 3 Short Experimental Films
Richard Weisfelder, Emeritus Professor, University of Toledo Political Science & Public Administration
Giselle Thompson, Graduate Student, University of Toledo Sociology & Anthropology
IMF-induced Fiscal Austerity and Education in Jamaica