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Black History Month at the University of Memphis loaded with honorariums, events and discussion

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The First Eight African-American Students at the UofMFebruary is Black History Month and the University of Memphis has a schedule of events and ceremonies in 2010 that are sure to interest all students and citizens of the Memphis area in general.

Please click on or hover over each event in the list below to see additional information. Date/s or times are subject to change. All events are sponsored or sanctioned by the University of Memphis or it's associated organizations and committees.

Black History Month includes..

Tuesday February 2nd, Fred Jones Honorarium - The BSA honored Southern Heritage Classic founder Fred Jones.

Thursday February 4th,  The World is My Home: The Life of Paul Roberson

Tuesday February 9th, Business Expo

Wednesday February 10th, Presentation for New Chicago and Beyond autobiography of Dr. Odie H. Tolbert Jr.

Friday February 12th, Gospel Explosion Featuring “Twinkie Clark”

Tuesday February 16th, Play: God’s Trombone

Wednesday February 17th, Overcoming the Hidden History of Katrinas Fury and of Our Future

Thursday February 18th, An Evening Conversation with “Rev. Run”

Friday February 19th, Freedom Ball and Annual Hohenberg Lecture featuring Mikelle Smith Omari

Wednesday February 24th, Igniting Excitement

Friday February 26th, Closing Ceremony with speaker Judge George Brown

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