Telling a People’s Story Museum Exhibition
When: Now through 6/30
Where: Miami University Art Museum
Description: This museum exhibition is devoted to the art found within the pages of African-American children’s picture books. Through 95 books and 130 illustrations, the exhibition emphasizes the strength of the illustrations as visual narrative representations of the African-American experience.
Poison in the Ivy: Race relations and the reproduction of inequality on elite college campuses
When: 4/23 6-8pm
Where: Upham Hall, room 001
Description: Dr. W. Carson Byrd, an Assistant Professor of Pan African Studies and Sociology at the University of Louisville, will present a talk as part of the Penny Lecture Series.
The Long March Toward Civil Rights
When: 4/24, 2:50-3:50pm
Where: Art Museum
Description: Dr. Rodeny Coates will present an Art Museum Lecture on the history of and continued journey toward African American and Black people achieving civil rights.
When: 4/27 6-9pm
Where: 221 High Street (Hamilton Campus)
Description: Miami Hamilton’s LGBTQ and Ally Organization (MUH Pride) is hosting a dinner, dance and drag show, featuring Roxie D. Mocracy, Savannah Judd, Kisha Summers, Diana Thirst, and Amaya Sexton.
Family Style Shabbos Dinner
When: 4/27 7-8:30pm
Where: Chabad at Miami University
Description: This event is open to all people, regardless of background, prior knowledge, or affiliation. A candle-lighting ceremony and dinner will begin at 7pm.