Black History Month talk: FROM WHERE I STAND...


February 5 (Sunday)
Black History Month talk: From where I stand, I see...
1 p.m.

Join us for a presentation by Dr. Wendy Wilson-Fall exploring themes of identity and culture as part of our Black History Month celebration. We are thrilled to be a part of a national dialogue that honors the lives of African Americans. Through this shared experience we invite you to examine notions of urbanism, class, economics, culture, race, identity, and how it all helped shape American history. Free admission

Wendy Wilson-Fall is an associate professor of Africana studies at Lafayette College, where she recently assumed the directorship of the Africana studies program. Previously Dr. Wilson-Fall served as chair of Pan-African studies at Kent State University, Ohio, and as director of the West African Research Center (in Dakar), where she served  from 1999 to 2004. Wilson-Fall works on themes of identity, culture, local histories, and social space. Research and publishing include both African Diaspora and continent-based projects.

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Dr. Wendy Wilson-Fall