Black History Programming 2017

March 23rd & 24th

Hidden Figures

The Offices of Intercultural Engagement, Campus Activities and Programs, and Greensboro College, would like to invite you, to a free screening of the critically acclaimed, and Oscar nominated film Hidden Figures. 
The biopic film tells of the African American scientists behind John Glenn’s monumental orbit around the earth. The Free screenings are March 23rd (SOEB 118), and March 24th (SOEB 114). The film will start promptly at 7pm. UNCG ID required for entry.
For Accommodation needs please contact Meredith Atchison at m_atchis@uncg.edu.
Also, UNCG’s 2017 Commencement Speaker will be Hidden Figures author Margo Lee Shetterly
https://newsandfeatures.uncg.edu/hidden-figures-author-commencement-address/

April 12th

A Closeted History: LGBTQ+ in the Movement

Brother Outsider” is a documentary film on the life of Bayard Rustin, an activist and organizer of the 1963 March On Washington. He received very little recognition, largely due to his identity as an openly gay man. Directly following the film, there will be a panel discussion on the intersections of LGBTQ+ identities and civil rights activism. The film will be shown

 

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