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Black Power at Ole Miss - Virtual Reunion

Diversity and Community Engagement: Join the UM Black Power at Ole Miss Task Force as we welcome back the impacted students from the 1970 Fulton Chapel Protests and arrests.

Thu
25
Feb
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Feb. 25, 2021
Black Power at Ole Miss - Mixer with Black Power at Ole Miss Former Students and Current UM Students
Open to the public
Registration Required
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Join the University of Mississippi Black Power at Ole Miss Task Force as we welcome back the impacted students from the 1970 Fulton Chapel Protests and arrests for the Black Power at Ole Miss Virtual Reunion with current UM students, faculty and administrators on Thursday, February 25, 2021. The virtual reunion features a presentation by the Black Power at Ole Miss Task Force, Dialogues on Diversity Protests in Higher Education intergenerational student panel, and a mixer for the impacted students to connect with UM students. For more information about the Black Power at Ole Miss Task Force, please visit blackpower.olemiss.edu.
 

Black Power at Ole Miss Task Force Presentation | Thursday, Feb. 25 | 3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. CT
Led by Black Power at Ole Miss Task Force co-chairs Dr. Donald Cole, Dr. Katie McKee, and Dr. Shawnboda Mead, this is an opportunity to learn about the ongoing efforts and progress of the task force. UM students register hereUM faculty and staff register here.
 
Dialogues on Diversity: Reckoning with Inequities in Protests in Higher Education | Thursday, Feb. 25 | 5:00 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. CT 
A film screening of the student-produced documentary "Black Power at Ole Miss" followed by intergenerational panel discussion with student activists from the 1970s and more recent decades and years. UM students register hereUM faculty and staff register here.
 
Lasting Impact Mixer | Thursday, Feb. 25 | 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. CT
Mixer event for the impacted students from 1970 Fulton Chapel Protest and arrests and current UM students with a focus on the lasting impact of the 1970 protest. Led by Black Student Union President Nicholas Crasta and Associated Student Body President Joshua Mannery. Event open only to UM students, not faculty and staff. UM students register here.

For assistance related to a disability, contact Division of Diversity and Community Engagement: diversity@olemiss.edu |

Event posted by: diversity@olemiss.edu

Sponsored by: DCE & BP at Ole Miss Task Force