brown doc martens African Awareness Month
Feb 14: “The Cultural Legacy of Slavery: Examining, Challenging and Overturning Internalized Oppression,” with lecturer Elena Featherston. Noon; Library 25.
Feb 20: “Bridge the Gap,” rap session on contemporary issues. Noon; Campus Center.
Feb 21: “Reflections on Social and Political Activism Lessons from the ’60s.” Noon; Campus Center.
Feb 28: African American Crafts and Cultural Festival; soul food luncheon; guest speaker Dr. Julia Hare. Noon; Campus Center.
Feb 1: African American Theater Arts Troupe performs Tambourines to Glory by Langston Hughes. 5pm; College Eight Dining Hall; $2.75.
Feb 6: “Retracing Our Roots,” African American history program. 11am 2pm; College Eight Multipurpose Room.
Feb 6: “Multicultural Theater,” Stanley Williams,
artistic director of the Historic San Jose Lorraine Hansberry Theater talks with Don Williams. 4pm; Porter College Fireside Lounge.
Feb 7: Tambourines to Glory dress rehearsal performance. 7pm; Performing Arts Theater.
Feb 9: “Black History and Culture in America: Grace Under Fire,” a symposium panel discussion. The evening features dinner and music. 6:30 10:30pm; Cabrillo College Student Center; $8.
Feb 11: Gospel Extravaganza. 2 4pm; Louden Nelson Community Center. Call First Congregational Church at 408/429 3504 for details.
Feb 16 17: Tambourines to Glory. 8pm; Louden Nelson Center.
Feb 23: Spike Lee Film Festival; Porter College.
Feb 29: A Campus Tribute to Barbara Jordan, “Remembering a Great Lady.” Call 408/459 3207 for details.
Feb 12: Tuskegee Airmen: Men of Distinction; 11pm.
Feb 13: Rock Roll Crossroads/Eight Miles High, a documentary about the influence of the blues on British rock; 9pm.
Feb 17: California’s Gold: A Closer Look, a documentary about a unit of the black Buffalo Soldiers; 3:30pm.