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Alabama A&M University - Black History Month Calendar of Events

02/01/2009

2009 THEME: "The Quest for Black Citizenship in the Americas" - (256) 372-5607
FEBRUARY 2009
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Books and Coffee Series
"A Mercy" by Toni Morrison (Alfred A.Knopf, 2008)
Reviewed by: Dr. Mattie Thomas
Sponsor: Department of English,Foreign Languages andTelecommunications
Contact: Edward Journey, (256)372-4086
LRC Multipurpose Room, 1 p.m.
4
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony:Windsor Manor
Sponsors: AAMU CommunityDevelopment Center and HousingFund of Central Alabama
Contact: Sandrea Tibbs at (256)288-2774
Site: 6306 Maywick Drive, 10 a.m.
"Soul Food"
(Topical Discussions, Movies, BibleDiscussions, Panel Presentations,Refreshments/Games)
Sponsor: Baptist Campus Ministries
Contact: Rev. Willie Alexander, (256)372-5065; 205 Buchanan Hall
5
Bag Lunch Series
"Banking 101"
Sponsors: Councill Federal CreditUnion, Alabama A&M University,Alabama Cooperative ExtensionSystem
Contact: Kevin H. Crenshaw, Esq.,(256) 372-4939
Dawson Building Auditorium, 11:30a.m.-1 p.m.
6
Black History Month FilmFestival
Sponsors: LRC Student Club,Friends of the Library
Contact: Judy Williams, (256) 372-4706; LRC Multipurpose Room; 10a.m. and 1 p.m.
8
Black History Month Broadcast
"The Promised Land: Different Takeson the Legacy of Martin Luther King"
Sponsors: NPR, PRI,Telecommunications Center/WJAB-FM 90.9, 1-2 p.m.
11
Workshop
"He Hurt Me: Date Rape and DatingViolence"
Sponsor: Office of Counseling andDevelopment
Facilitator: Mary Morris-Billings,LPC, Director; Learning ResourcesCenter Auditorium, 6 p.m.
"Soul Food"
(See Feb. 4 for Details)
12
Brown Bag Lunch Series
"Borrowing 101"
Sponsors: Councill Federal CreditUnion, Alabama A&M University,Alabama Cooperative ExtensionSystem
Contact: Kevin H. Crenshaw, Esq.,(256) 372-4939; Dawson BuildingAuditorium, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Film: "Banished"
In Connection With:
Reading Across the Campus andCommunity (RACC)
Featuring Kevin Boyle's The Arc ofJustice: A Saga of Civil Rights andMurder in the Jazz Age
Sponsors: Department ofBehavioral Sciences; Department ofEnglish, Foreign Languages andTelecommunications; Speakin' OutNews; and the Office of AlumniAffairs
Learning Resources CenterAuditorium, 12:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.
"Killing in Choctaw"
A One-Man Play
Featuring Carl Raye
Sponsor: Student Activities, (256)372-5615
Venue/Time: TBA
13
Black History Month Broadcast
"Lady Writes the Blues: The RoseMarie McCoy Story"
Sponsors: NPR, PRI,Telecommunications Center/WJAB-FM 90.9, 1-2 p.m.
14
Black History Month Broadcast
"My Song, My Story: Kool & TheGang"
Sponsors: NPR, PRI,Telecommunications Center/WJAB-FM 90.9, 10-11 a.m.
Motivational Speaker
Featuring MIKE HOWARD
Sponsor: Student Activities, (256)372-5615
Venue/Time: TBA
Spiritual Jubilee Fest!
Featuring the Huntsville SpiritualChorale
Directed by Brenda and Bill Davis
Guest Conductor: Dr. Roland M.Carter, Ruth S. Holmberg UCFoundation
Professor of Music, University ofTennessee at Chattanooga
Contact: Brenda Davis, (256) 852-6701; Fellowship PresbyterianChurch, 3406 Meridian Street,
Huntsville, Ala., 5 p.m.
17
Life-Saving Screenings
Sponsor: AAMU Agribition Center
Screenings: Carotid Artery,Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm,Peripheral Arterial Disease,Osteoporosis, Atrial Filbrillation
Pre-Registration:www.lifelinescreening.com, (888)653-6441
Contact: Larry DeJarnett, (256)683-8421; AAMU Agribition Center,4925 Moores Mill Road; 9 a.m.-3p.m.
18
Workshop
"Not Just a Case of the Blues:Depression & Suicide"
Sponsor: Office of Counseling andDevelopment
Facilitator: Mary Morris-Billings,LPC, Director
Learning Resources CenterAuditorium, 6 p.m.
"Soul Food"
(See Feb. 4 for Details)
Black History Month Broadcast
"Women of the Harlem Renaissance"
Sponsors: NPR, PRI,Telecommunications Center/WJAB-FM 90.9, 7-8 p.m.
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Black History Month Brown BagLunch Series
"Basic Estate Planning"
Sponsors: Councill Federal CreditUnion, Alabama A&M University,Alabama Cooperative ExtensionSystem
Contact: Kevin H. Crenshaw, Esq.,(256) 372-4939; Dawson BuildingAuditorium; 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Documentary
"Atty. Solomon Seay"
Sponsor: AAMU AmericanAssociation of University Women(AAUW)
Contact: Regina Colston, (256) 372-5386
Clyde Foster Multipurpose Room
School of Business, 6-8:30 p.m.
Annual Benjamin BannekerBanquet
Sponsor: Department of CommunityPlanning and Urban Studies
Contact: (256) 372-5426
Knight Reception Center, 6 p.m.
20
SYMPOSIUM
Sponsor: Department of CommunityPlanning and Urban Studies
Contact: (256) 372-5426
240 Dawson Bldg.; 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
21
ScoutReach Activity Day 2009
Sponsors: Greater Alabama CouncilBoy Scouts of America and
Alabama A&M University
Contacts: Kevin C. Kitchens, (256)508-9091; or Jerome Saintjones,(256) 372-5607
T. M. Elmore Building, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
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Books and Coffee Series
"The Race Beat: The Press, the CivilRights Struggle and the Awakeningof a Nation" by Gene Roberts andHank Klibanoff (Vintage Books,2007)
Reviewed by: Cheryl Carpenter
Sponsor: Department of English,Foreign Languages andTelecommunications
Contact: Edward Journey, (256)372-4086
LRC Multipurpose Room, 1 p.m.
25
Black History Month TechnicalAssistance Workshop
Sponsors: U.S. Department ofDefense, AAMU
Learning Resources CenterAuditorium, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
HBCU Welcome and AwardsCeremony
Sponsors: U.S. Department ofDefense, AAMU
Knight Center, 7-9 p.m.
"Soul Food"
(See Feb. 4 for Details)
25-26
U.S. Department of Defense
African American HeritageOutreach & ObservanceProgram
"A Strategy for Excellence: Takingthe Pentagon to the People"
2009 Reaching Out to Youth
Sponsors: U.S. Department ofDefense, Alabama A&M University
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DoD/HBCU LeadershipSymposium
Sponsors: U.S. Department ofDefense, AAMU
Clyde Foster Multipurpose Room
School of Business, 8-11 a.m.
Student Exposition (Middle Schooland High School)
Sponsors: U.S. Department ofDefense, AAMU; Auditorium, Schoolof Engineering and Technology;
9-11:30 a.m.
College Student Career Symposium
Sponsors: U.S. Department ofDefense, AAMU; Dawson BuildingAuditorium; 9-11:30 a.m.
African American ObservanceLuncheon
Sponsors: U.S. Department ofDefense, AAMU
Knight Center, 12-1:30 p.m.
Book Discussion
In Connection With:
Reading Across the Campus andCommunity (RACC)
Featuring Kevin Boyle's The Arc ofJustice: A Saga of Civil Rights andMurder in the Jazz Age
(Chapters Three and Four)
Sponsors: Department ofBehavioral Sciences; Department ofEnglish, Foreign Languages andTelecommunications; Speakin' OutNews; and the Office of AlumniAffairs
Presenter: Dr. Edward Bond
Learning Resources CenterAuditorium, 12:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Annual Meeting
Councill Federal Credit Union
(One of the Oldest Historically BlackFinancial Institutions in NorthAlabama)
Ernest L. Knight Center/VIP Room5:30 p.m.
26-27
"Inner City Blues"
The Official Black History Month Play
Written By: Justin Adu and LouiseaTutwiler
Sponsor: Student GovernmentAssociation
Bibb Graves Auditorium, 7 p.m.
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Black History Month Broadcast
"Memories of Movement: A BlackHistory Month Special"
Sponsors: NPR, PRI,Telecommunications Center/WJAB-FM 90.9, 1-2 p.m.
AAMU Board of Trustees Meeting
Clyde Foster Multipurpose Room
School of Business, 10 a.m.
Rosetta James FoundationScholarship Applications Due
Drop-off Point for Forms and Essays:
303 Patton Hall - Public Relations
To Be Announced:
Black Women's HealthImperative
For More Information/Updates:
Contact the
Office of Information and Public Relations
Alabama A&M University
(256) 372-5607 or visit
www.aamu.edu


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