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An Evening with Angela Rye

2019 Black History Month Keynote Lecture

Event Details

Date
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Time
6:30 p.m.
Location
Varsity Hall , Union South
Description
Angela Rye, Esq. is a political commentator, champion for civil rights, and a budding entrepreneur. She offers regular on-air commentary for media outlets including CNN, BET, MSNBC, and NPR. Our theme, Striking B(l)ack: An Unmatched Legacy, parallels the initial fight of the 1969 Black Student Strike with today’s campus climate of exclusion and erasure of Black Students. Rye will be lecturing on the responsibility of next generation activism.



FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Cost
Free

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