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Black History Month

Dean Thornton Dill
ARHU Dean Thornton Dill interviewed on intersections of race, gender and class for Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan.
English Professor Carretta discusses his biography of Wheatley, a slave who used her poetry to help gain her freedom.

Robert Steele
Robert Steele's journey from buying his first work of art as a student in Harlem to directing the Driskell Center.

Learn more about AADHum and the exciting work happening at the intersection of African American history, culture and digital humanities.
Exhibition examines notions of race, representation, and otherness through contemporary art and graphic design.
The WORLDWISE Art's and Humanities Dean’s Lecture Series will feature Chimamanda Adichie, 2008 MacArthur Foundation Fellowship recipient and award-winning Nigerian author, and it’s FREE!
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