Join MSCLE as University and Community members reflect on what Dr. King may think about the events happening in the US today.
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Dr. Wang Xi discusses the leading black abolitionist Frederick Douglass and how his 1869 speech "Our Composite Nationality" defined the characteristics of the new American nation evolved from the Civil War.
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Stereotypes often impact how groups are viewed in society. Within this presentation, Jeremy C. McCool will debunk many of the stereotypes about Black Americans, where they stem from, and how they impact the community.
This Six O’Clock Series will be part of the events geared toward Black History Month.
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Have you ever found yourself applying for a great job or internship, and as you think about an interview, the panic slowly starts to set in...what do I wear? What do I say? How do I prepare? Or maybe you landed your dream position and you have no clue what your boss says is “business casual.” Don’t let this be you!
Join us for a workshop that will cover everything you need to know on how to dress for success and rock an interview.
Dr. Ryan-Sams will highlight the similar historical experiences of people of African descent in Latin America and the Caribbean. She will also point out the many ways that Afro-Latin Americans have contributed to the cultures of their countries and developed their own diverse racial and cultural identities.