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A Century of Books Reviewed by The Journal of African American History

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Join us on a digital journey through The Journal of African American History (JAAH) book reviews of major works by W.E.B. DuBois, Ira Berlin, Annette Gordon-Reed, and others.

Artistic Expressions through Black Culture - Arts Exhibition

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Check out our exhibit, RIC's Black Brilliance: An Arts Exhibition, on display for all of Black History Month and don't miss the celebration event on February 21st, featuring a showcase of live talent including song, dance, poetry, and more!

The Edmonds Family: Daily Life from 1894 to 2001

The exhibit, which will showcase the collected papers of the Edmonds family, documents the day-to-day lives of a family of color in Rhode Island from the late nineteenth to early twentieth century.

Of Healing Hands and Tenacious Heart

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  • room Fogarty Life Science

In commemoration of Black History Month, the Onanian School of Nursing is delighted to unveil a captivating display developed in collaboration with Dr. Sherri Cummings and the Rhode Island Black Heritage Society.

Macbeth by William Shakespeare

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February 21st–24th at 7:30 pm February 24th–25th at 1 pm

Spring 2024 Emerging Leaders - Week 1

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  • room Student Union 307

This 6-week program series runs on Fridays from February 23 to April 6.

Black Women and Dance Studio Ownership in New England

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  • room 25 Maple Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860

A dance school is a space and place where entrepreneurship, youth development, identity and legacy cultivate and thrive. This panel discussion will be hosted by April Brown (Langston Hughes Community Poetry Reading, RI).

We Shout: Collective Voices for Racial Justice across the Americas

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Come join RIC’s School of Social Work in celebrating black history & culture with an exhibition and companion event highlighting artists from across the Americas whose work promotes racial justice.

Breakfast at the President's Home

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  • room President's House

Rev. Celeste M. Warner is an executive life coach, spiritual director, professional speaker, trainer and writer.

RIC Wind Ensemble - February

Program to be announced