African American History Month Events

Date: February 10-28
Event: Civil Rights Exhibit, "The Freedom Journey with a  Portrait Gallery of 10 Reproduction Paintings of Historic Personalities"
Time and Location: 10 a.m.-4 p.m., U.S. Pluralism Center, Bresee 101

Date: February 10 - 14
Event: African American Heritage Quiz - U.S., Caribbean, Africa, etc. (prizes)
Time and Location: Noon - 2 p.m., Outside Commons

Date: February 16
Event: HCAB Movie Night, "The Butler," co- sponsored by Campus Activities
Time and Location: 8-10 p.m., TBA

Date: February 17
Event: Dinner Discussion with Hartwick alumnus Justin Medina, '10, "A Transition from Hartwick College to Heritage Exploration: Puerto Rican and African American Mixing."

The second topic explores actor Morgan Freeman's opinion, "Why are We Relegated to One Month When Black History is American History?"

Time and Location: 5-7 p.m., Farrington Room, Dewar
Required Reservation: Seating is limited and an advanced registration is required by e-mailing Matthewsh@Hartwick.edu.

Date: February 23
Event: HCAB Movie Night, "Fruitvale Station," co-sponsored by Campus Activities
Time and Location: 8-10 p.m., TBA