W.E.B Du Bois Lecture: African Immigrant Communities in the U.S

The Department of Africana Studies hosted its 39th annual W. E. B. Du Bois Distinguished…

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A Night of Acceptance and Dancing

For decades, prom has been considered by American teenagers to be a high school rite…

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Power in poetry

Social justice is rooted in the effort to create fair and equal opportunities for people…

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Purple Hibiscus spreads to UMBC
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Purple Hibiscus spreads to UMBC

This past month, students may have noticed a book popping up all over campus. Chimamanda…

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Lalo Alcaraz Delivers Laughs and Truth

Political cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz visited UMBC on Tuesday, Sept. 26. His comic strip, “La Cucaracha”…

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The digital gallery of Brandon Morse
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The digital gallery of Brandon Morse

The Department of Visual Arts hosted an artist talk by Washington D.C. based artist, Brandon…

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