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African-Americans and the Disability Experience: From Colonial Times, Desegregation, Advocacy and Achievement

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Jan
27

web exhibit

Exhibit Kickoff

Monday, February 3

12-2pm, Sunnen Lounge

This five-panel banner stand, on loan from The Museum of disABILITY History, highlights the perspective of African-Americans in relation to their experience with disability.  This exhibit covers the first African slaves brought to colonial America, Brown vs. Board, civil rights, and medical accomplishments.  The Museum of disABILITY History, is dedicated to advancing the understanding, acceptance and independence of people with disabilities.

You can view the exhibit after the kickoff in the following locations:

February 4-7          East Academic Building, Centene Atrium

February 10-11     Loretto Hall, Ground Floor

February 12-14     University Center Commons

 

Sponsored by Multicultural Center and International Student Affairs, Academic Resource Center,  and Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies.

 

 

 

Teach Me How To Study

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Sep
17

Teach Me How To Study Website

Tuesday, October 1

UC Presentation Room

12pm

This workshop will use creative and interactive techniques to show you various studying strategies and resources.  Join the MCISA as the Academic Resource Center (ARC) offers tips to improve your study skills and help you prepare for mid-terms and finals.