A celebration of the sixth anniversary of the FSU African American Studies Program, in conjunction with African American History Month in the first year of the new millennium, will be held Thursday, Feb. 22, at 6:30 p.m. in the PAC Pealer Recital Hall.
Events include a lecture, "Cultural Dissonance: Rasta, Reggae and Resistance," by Dr. Gersham Nelson from Eastern Michigan University and formerly of Frostburg State; a musical performance of spirituals and gospel songs by FSU's Unified Voices Under God's Dominion; and a panel discussion with present and former members of the African American Studies Program. A reception will conclude the ceremonies.
This event is organized by the African American Studies program and is co-sponsored by the Black Students Alliance. It is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact Dr. Jean-Marie Makang, coordinator of African American Studies at (301) 687-3089.
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