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UNI contact:
Juana Hollingsworth, Black Student Union Co-President
- Feb. 12, Thursday: Tunnel of Oppression from 6 to 9 p.m., in the Lang Hall basement classrooms.
- Feb. 18, Wednesday: A Hip Hop, Sexism and Heterosexism workshop at 7 p.m., in Lang Hall Auditorium.
- Feb. 27, Friday: "Fashion Night In" at 7 p.m., in Gallagher Bluedorn.

The Annual Conference on African-American Children and Families, Feb. 19-20 (Thursday & Friday), 2015, Cedar Falls, IA.

Where: Schindler Education Center, University of Northern Iowa.

Who: The conference is designed for educators, administrators, childcare providers, law enforcement, social workers, health professionals, business leaders and anyone committed to improving the lives of children.
What: This year's theme is a Chorus of Voices: Connecting the Community Through Conversation. This theme calls for active participation and solution seeking from a wide variety of participants. Please join us for this momentous event and add your voice to the chorus.

To register or for more information, visit www.vpaf.uni.edu/aac

KBBG-FM 88.1 Media;
Community Support & Membership

KBBG's motto is "Communicate to Educate." It offers various community support, such as educational events and research, community service, local musicians and groups.

Center for Multicultural Education,
UNI Spring 2015 Events:

•Tim Wise, Feb. 2, 2015
•CME Book Club, Feb. 16, 2015
•Term and Conditions May Apply, Feb. 23, 2015
•Miss Representation, March 23, 2015
•CME Book Club, March 26, 2015
•CME Book Club, April 9, 2015
•Panopticon: The Documentary about Your Privacy, April 20, 2015

Heritage Months (Will be announced)

Hispanic Heritage Month
Native American Heritage Month
Black History Month
Women's History Month
Asian American Heritage Month

 

Films with Positive Images of Young African American Men to Screen at the Long Beach Indie International Film Festival (August 27-31, 2014). BlackNews.com, 8/25/2014 by Daniel E. Walker
Los Angeles, CA -– In the midst of the furor over the death of Michael Brown and the continuing legacy of the Trayvon Martin killing, the Long Beach Indie International Film Festival is featuring a suite of films highlighting positive images of young African American men. Taking place August 27-31, 2014 at the Cinemark at the Pike Theaters in Long Beach, California, the festival screens more than 90 diverse films from across the globe. More>>

African American Museum's revised design gets favorable reviews by NCPC, Washington Post, 9/3/2010 by Jacqueline Trescott
A revised design concept for the National Museum of African American History and Culture shifts the building to the southern boundary of its location across from the Washington Monument grounds, giving an unobstructed view of the landmark. More>>

Bernice King Breaks Silence, Asks SCLC to End Rift
8/3/2010 by Errin Haines, AP
After nearly 10 months of silence, the Rev. Bernice King urged the Southern Christian Leadership Conference on Tuesday to end the bitter infighting that has split the group she was elected to lead. More>>

Cedar Valley African-American Media Pioneers still at KWWL, KBBG, by Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, 2/12/2010
KBBG's President and CEO Lou Porter received The Radio One Pinnacle Award for Outstanding Urban Radio Broadcasting. Porter has been with the station since her late husband Jimmy Porter started it over 33 years ago. KWWL's Sports Director Rick Coleman has been at the station for his entire 23-year career as a journalist.More>>

Black Inventors and Their Creations, Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, 2/7, 14, 21, 28/2010
Each Sunday during the month of February, The Courier had an online feature showcasing great African-American Inventors.  More>>

New Installment in African-American Oral History Series Set to Begin Airing, Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, 2/1/2010
A series of videotaped oral history interviews of prominent African-Americans in Waterloo-Cedar Falls is about to take another step forward. More>>

Lou Porter
CEO, KBBG-FM 88.1, Waterloo, Iowa

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The Crisis Magazine

 

National Museum of African American

 

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