Woods Hole Black History Month 2020

Four events to be held...

The Woods Hole DAC and Black History Month Committee are excited to share with you the Woods Hole Black History Month events for this year! As always, we are following the National Theme, and this year it is "African Americans and the Vote". We encourage you to register for the events on our website to be reminded of upcoming events and be informed of any weather related changes. We have planned:

Feb 7 at 7PM at Falmouth Academy:

Film screening of 'Selma' co-sponsored with Falmouth Academy. Doors open at 6:30 PM, refreshments provided, 8 Cousins Book table.

 

Feb 18 at noon in Speck Auditorium:

"Hoodwinked, Bamboozled, and Led Astray by Romanticizing the Dream"  a talk by Rev. W. (Will) H. Mebane, Jr.

 

Feb 24 at noon in Redfield Auditorium:

"The Cost of the Vote" a talk by Dr. Daniel Black

 

Feb 27 at 5:30 PM on the WHOI Quissett Campus in Clark 507 : 

Harambee! An ethnic feast celebrating everyone of every race! Music by DJ Lionel Hall of All Cape Sounds. An interactive drumming performance by Cape Cod African Dance and Drum. Reading of winning essays of the [pilot project] essay competition. Zion Union Heritage Museum mobile exhibit. Please note this is a new location this year and there are more activities! Guests are welcome to bring a potluck dessert to share! 

 

More details about all the events, including locations and lecture abstracts are on our website here and attached is the flyer (pdf and jpeg) for disseminating to your networks. 

Also, to add the events to your Google calendar easily, visit our Community Calendar page here.


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