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4 February 2013
18 January 2013
ASMC and African American Studies invites you to join us in our annual Black History Month celebration at Merritt College. See main event details, and month long calendar here and attached. All events are free and open to the public.
10 February 2012. 1 comment
On February 7, the African American Student Union at College of Alameda hosted a Women Empowerment Forum. The Forum brought together current and former College of Alameda students and faculty to share their stories of success. Thanks to College of Alameda professors Baker and Campbell for putting together the Black History month display in the Library.
6 February 2012. 0 comments
Black History Month is a celebrated time of the year when African Americans everywhere regroup and energize their shared destiny towards equality through progress and cultural reflection. The Black Panther Party was a major cultural icon and it was their creation of Ethnic Studies at Merritt College that was highlighted at the Feb 1st Rally. College and High School Students learned about the Panther’s educational Legacy in “MERRIT COLLEGE: HOME OF THE BLACK PANTHERS” a documentary produced by Peralta TV.
After the film, attendees heard music, inspirational messages and were able to hear from the keynote speaker and co-founder of the Black Panthers, Bobby Seale.
3 February 2012. 0 comments
1 February 2012. 0 comments