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Black History Month Documentary Series: Episode 5 of 6

Location: UCB 100

Black History Month Documentary Series
The African-Americans: Many Rivers to Cross
PBS Documentary Series with Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

6 episode series over 6 Wednesdays starting January 29th and running through March 4th

Episode 5: Rise! (1940-1968)
University Classroom Building (UCB) 100
Doors open at 6pm, screening starts at 6:15pm
Popcorn/Snacks provided, while supplies last

Hosted by the Black History Month Committee, the Office of Equal Opportunity, The History Department and the History Club.
Open to the public

Remaining Episode:
March 4--Episode 6: Itʻs Nation Time (1968-2013)

For disability accommodations, please contact eeoaa@hawaii.edu or
(808) 932-7642 at least seven (7) business days in advance. This is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution, the University of Hawai'i at Hilo is a campus of the University of Hawai'i System.

For more information, contact: eeoaa@hawaii.edu Jennifer Stotter

Tags: Black History Month BHM BHM2020 Black History American History Diversity History

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