Celebration of Black & Womenʻs History Month Presentation - Event Details

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Celebration of Black & Womenʻs History Month Presentation

Location: Rose Tseng Terrace UCB Room 127

Visiting artist Ashley Cole will deliver a public talk about her current work:
"Repping Abstraction: Interpreting Freedom"

For Disability Services accommodation, please contact: Professor Michael Marshall, (808) 932-7237 (V);
(808) 932-7002 (TTY), or email mdmarsha@hawaii.edu.

For more information, contact: mdmarsha@hawaii (808) 932-7237

Tags: Black History Month BHM Women History

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