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These are events related to Black History Month 2014, with the theme "Becoming the beloved community: Celebrating our diverse heritage." Click event titles for more information.

In addition to the below events, the Titan Dining Room will be offering the following menus in honor of Black History Month:

  • Wednesday, Feb. 5: Caribbean dinner
  • Wednesday, Feb. 12: Soulfood lunch
  • Wednesday, Feb. 19: African dinner
  • Wednesday, Feb. 26: Creole lunch

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Interfaith Dinner

5:30 p.m., Student Center Fountain Lounge
An event celebrating the diverse faith traditions of UDM students.
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Friday, Feb. 14

Love Stories from the Underground Railroad

Noon, President's Dining Room, Student Center
A Black History Month event on "Becoming the beloved community: Celebrating our diverse heritage."
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Thursday, Feb. 20

Praise and worship: gospel music

12:45 p.m., Student Center Fountain Lounge
Celebration of gospel music by UDM students.
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Friday, Feb. 21

Slave story: "Jordan Anderson Writes a Letter"

10 a.m., Ford Life Sciences Building, room 113
The multimedia docudrama written by Professor of Performing Arts Arthur Beer, will be presented at UDM.
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Slave story: "Jordan Anderson Writes a Letter"

4 p.m., Ford Life Sciences Building, room 113
The multimedia docudrama written by Professor of Performing Arts Arthur Beer, will be presented at UDM.
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Slave story: "Jordan Anderson Writes a Letter"

7 p.m., Ford Life Sciences Building, room 113
The multimedia docudrama written by Professor of Performing Arts Arthur Beer, will be presented at UDM.
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Saturday, Feb. 22

Slave story: "Jordan Anderson Writes a Letter"

7 p.m., Ford Life Sciences Building, room 113
The multimedia docudrama written by Professor of Performing Arts Arthur Beer, will be presented at UDM.
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Monday, Feb. 24

Holy, Black & Gay: How Far Have We Come?

5:30 p.m., Ford Life Sciences Building, Room 113
Film Screening: "Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin" and Dialogue with Bishop Allyson Nelson Abrams, Rev. Roland Stringfellow, and UDM Director of African American Studies Terri Laws
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Tuesday, Feb. 25

Film: The Butler

7 p.m., Grounds Coffeehaus in the Student Center
Enjoy the film about White House butler Eugene Allen (played by Oscar-winner Forest Whitaker), who served eight U.S. presidents over the course of 30 years.
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Wednesday, Feb. 26

The Underground Railroad on Lake Erie

7:30 p.m., Student Center Fountain Lounge
Experts will discuss the history of the slave escape network, the Underground Railroad, along Lake Erie.
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Thursday, Feb. 27

Blues Night in the Coffeehaus featuring Luther "Badman" Keith

7 p.m., Student Center, Grounds Coffeehaus
As a part of "Becoming the Beloved Community: Celebrating Our Diverse Heritage", UDM alumnus Luther "Badman" Keith uses blues, funk and rock to craft songs that put a smile on your face.
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