The Black Arts Movement: Then And Now

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SDPL Valencia Park/Malcolm X Branch Library & Performing Arts Center says
The Black Arts Movement: Then and Now
The Role of Art in Our Liberation from Oppression
Africana Studies 485

WHEN:
Thursday evenings, February 4-April 21, 2016
The class is not meeting: 3/31 and 4/14.

TIME:
6-8 PM

TOPICS:
Black Aesthetic Theory
Black Literature
Blaxploitation Films
Africana Fine Art
Art in African Culture
Black Theater
African American Cartoonists and Comic Book Artists
Music and the Last Poets and Gil Scott Heron
Black Music

INSTRUCTORS:
The Faculty of the Department of Africana Studies at San Diego State University
Dr. Antwanisha Alameen-Shavers
Dr. Adisa Alkebulan
Professor Ajani Brown
Professor Delores Fisher
Dr. Francis Nesbitt
Dr. Charles Toombs
And Community Presenters

COORDINATORS:
Dr. Charles Toombs and Mr. Jimmy Lovett Jr.

COLLEGE CREDIT:
Contact Dr. Toombs for information

CONTACT:
Dr. Charles Toombs, SDSU Africana Studies (619) 594-6532 or ctoombs@mail.sdsu.edu for enrollment as well as Jimmy Lovett Jr, Malcolm X Library, (619) 527-3409
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