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20 Thursday / October 20, 2016

From Facade Facing to #BLM: Why Students Matter!

05:30 pm to 08:00 pm
IU School of Education Auditorium

This event will begin with a screening of the 1994 film “Facing the Facade”, a documentary on Black Student activism on IUB’s campus in the 90’s. The screening will be followed by a Q.A with Kimberly L. King-Jupiter Ph.D, a founding member of the IU Black Student Task Force. Dr. King will facilitate an interactive discussion on the potential for change that rests with the BLM movement.

Cost: free

For more information contact:

Scott Witzke
[email protected]

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