The Black Arts Movement: Then And Now

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The Black Arts Movement emphasizes on the role of art in our liberation from oppression. These free classes are presented by the Faculty from San Diego State University department of Africana Studies. Topics include: Black Aesthetic theory, Black Literature, Blaxploitation Films, Africana Fine Arts, Art in African Culture/theater, African American Cartoonists, Black Music etc. To enroll Contact Dr. Charles Toombs (SDSU) at 619-594-6532 or ctoombs@mail.sdsu.edu or Jimmy Lovett 619-527-340-3405.
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By: SDPL Valencia Park/Malcolm X Branch Library & Performing Arts Center

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