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Black History Month Calendar

Jan. 28 SE philosophy/religion assistant professor Justin Grace and philosophy associate professor Michael Vendsel will discuss Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” and natural rights 1-2 p.m. in the SE library (ESED 1200). For more information, call 817-515-3081.

Feb. 1-28 TR students can see and hear Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous speech on the Rotunda wall. For more information, contact student development associate Axel Leos at 817-515-1908.

Feb. 1-28 TR students can learn about significant moments in African-American history displayed on a timeline on TRTR Main Street. For more information, contact student development associate Axel Leos at 817-515-1908.

Feb. 3 TR students can join guest author Jan Jones for a discussion about Fort Worth’s first black millionaire, the subject of her upcoming publication. The presentation will take place 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the library. For more information, contact student development associate Axel Leos at 817-515-1908.

Feb. 3 African American Heritage: Black Indians’ Lost Culture will be presented 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the Larry Darlage Center Corner (NSTU 1615A) on NE Campus. Government professor Lisa Uhlir will discuss the Native American and African-American stories of cultural history and civil rights and show how their development is intertwined. The event is sponsored by student activities, the business and social sciences division and the African-American Heritage Committee. Contact student activities at 817-515-6688 for more information.

Feb. 3 SE government instructor Ruthann Geer will lead a discussion over the film Freedom Summer 2:30-4 p.m. in the SE library (ESED 1200). For more information, call 817-515-3081.

Feb. 4 An overview of The Latino Civil Rights Movement will be presented by University of Texas at Dallas arts and humanities associate professor Monica Rankin 1-2:30 p.m. in the SE library (ESED 1200). For more information, call 817-515-3081.

Feb. 6 SE history associate professor Greg Kosc will discuss The Roles of African-American Women in the Civil Rights Era 10:40 a.m.-noon in SE Campus’ library (ESED 1200). For more information, call 817-515-3081.

Feb. 10 Zena Jackson, SE vice president of academic affairs, is hosting an African-American Read In 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in the SE library (ESED 1200). Students should take a short passage or poem to read or go just to listen. For more information, call 817-515-3081.

Feb. 11 The Life and Times of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a one-man show, will be presented by TCC graduate Oris Phillips Jr. at 1 p.m. in the SE Campus library (ESED 1200). For more information, call 817-515-3081.

Feb. 12 Bradley Borougerdi, SE history assistant professor, discusses international influences on the U.S. Civil Rights Movement in The Ties that Bind: Transnationalizing the Civil Rights Movement 10-11:20 a.m. in the SE library (ESED 1200). For more information, call 817-515-3081.

Feb. 13 TR students can take a bus tour of historic Fort Worth sponsored by the TCC Black Historical and Geological Society. Two tours will leave from the Rotunda. The first tour is 9-11:30 a.m., and the second tour is 12:30-3 p.m. Lunch will be provided 11:30-12:30 for students on both tours. Students must RSVP before Feb. 11 at www.TCCD.student-hub.com. For more information, contact student development associate Axel Leos at 817-515-1908.

Feb. 17 SE government instructor Ruthann Geer will lead a discussion over the film Freedom Riders 10-11:30 a.m. in the SE library (ESED 1200). For more information, call 817-515-3081.

Feb. 17 TR students can attend Martin Delaney’s speech, Integrating the Police in the South, noon-1:30 p.m. in the Energy Auditorium. Delaney is chair of the history department at the University of Texas at Arlington. For more information, contact student development associate Axel Leos at 817-515-1908.

Feb. 19 University of Delaware history and Black American studies associate professor Tiffany Gill discusses how African-American beauticians in the Jim Crow era influenced change. Finding Politics in Unexpected Places: Beauty Shops, Beauticians and the Long Black Freedom Struggle will be 1-2:30 p.m. in the SE library (ESED 1200). For more information, call 817-515-3081.

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